Featured in Car Bibles
Subaru Outback: The Car Bible (2005-2009)
The third-generation Outback's design has aged well. These are still cool adventuremobiles.
Ford F-150 Raptor: The Car Bible (First Gen)
There's nothing quite like a V-8-powered, factory-made Baja adventure vehicle.
Nissan 240SX: The Car Bible (S13; 1989-1994)
The quintessential inexpensive drift car is not so cheap anymore, but it's still a great platform for drivers.
Land Rover Discovery Series 1: The Car Bible (D1; 1994-1998)
Set between a Defender and a classic Range Rover, the OG Disco is a lot of truck.
Fiat 500 Abarth: The Car Bible
A low-cost ticket to Italian performance with an exhaust note you won't forget.
Chevrolet Corvette: The Car Bible (C5; 1997-2004)
The C5 might look a little dated, but it's a lot of car for the money.
Toyota 4Runner: The Car Bible (Third Gen, 1996-2002)
An archetypal modern-classic SUV that's hard to kill and easy to upgrade.
Chevrolet Cobalt SS: The Car Bible (2005-2010)
An American sports compact that can scoot for short money.
Subaru Impreza WRX: The Car Bible (GD,GG; 2002-2007)
One of most-modifiable cars of our time.
986 Porsche Boxster: The Car Bible (1997-2004)
The early Boxster is an inexpensive, brilliant enthusiast's choice, but demands some special attention in some areas.