Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe custom Z4 is notable because it’s in my neck of the woods, and I’ve even actually seen it on the road. Let’s see if it’s priced to move a little closer to your hood.
Every time I see a second gen 7 I remember how cool the interior of those is and I miss mine. The drop top doesn’t really do it for me, and the facelifted ’89+ (S5) design is leagues better, so I’d give this one a miss... but you can have a lot of fun with these even if they’re non-turbo.
Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe RX7 has a three-position top! That’s a pretty nest trick. You’ll have to see if its price puts you in the position to consider buying it.
Bah you bet me by a minute! LOL
There it is: The saddest car I have ever seen.
I don’t want to imply that we are living in an era of quitters, but having come across this given up upon PT Cruiser in the U-Pull-It yard, I wonder—is gumption a goner?
I read this stuff while eating breakfast. I Iron Puked a little into my mouth at this sad reminder. Thanks. Fun fact: The Puke and the 301 share bore and stroke, in fact, the first iteration of both shared piston part numbers.
I didn’t know General Motors Institute worked on this engine! That’s pretty cool! GMI is now Kettering University, where I made my sacrifices to the engineering gods.
What’s missing from the present day are expressive auto decals like the ‘screaming chicken’ worn by today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Trans Am. Would you pay the price to be so expressive? Or, are you chicken?
The claim made for today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe ZO6 is that it puts out over five hundred ponies at the wheels. That’s by way of a Lingenfelter supercharger and a lot of other work, but is it enough to lift twenty-five grand from your wallet?
Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Infiniti represents such an unmemorable car that it even played the punchline to a joke in the movie Three Kings. Let’s see if that anonymity demands a less princely price tag.
Mating an old Ranchero body to a 4X4 Ranger chassis seems so obvious, you have to wonder why aren’t there more examples like today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe contender running around. Will its price make this a match made in Ford heaven?
If you’re OCD, do not look at the door cards. Don’t. Just don’t.
The seller of today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe ‘undercover corvette’ starts off the ad announcing that he’s dropped its price by more than five grand. He says that’s firm, and unlike the car, he’s not faking.
You notice you don’t see too many nuns driving Dodge Hellcats? Why might that be? Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Hellcat might be your chance to be un-nunly. That is, if its price and lien aren’t cause for alarm.
The party may be winding down for the Fiesta ST in the U.S., but you wouldn’t know it with used editions like today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe ’14 still shindigging it. We’ll have to see if paying this one’s price would make its buyer a raving lunatic.
Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Supra is said to be a two-owner car. Will its desirable specs make you want to be number three? Or, will its price scare you off?
The seller of today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Avant claims it to be 100% reliable. That’s one hell of an endorsement, but will this old Audi’s price make that advocacy 100% beside the point?
In America, we like things big—big deals, big wheels, Big Macs, and big digs just to name a few. Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Mercury is a pretty big car, but will its price prove to be a big disappointment?
Next to paying Kanye to say nice things about you, a Yacht is the ultimate expression of wretched excess. Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Caprice is a land yacht, but for the masses. Will its price however, have you saying some not so nice things about it?