Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Spider proves that at one time Fiat didn’t need Mazda to help it make super sexy sports cars. The seller of this one however, is going to need to prove all that sexy is still worth a sack of cash.
“If you’ve ever lusted after the yachting lifestyle but perhaps suffered from uncontrollable motion sickness or just a fear of the Kraken and hence want to stay on land, then this is your opportunity.”
Perhaps the most decadent embodiment of conspicuous consumption is the yacht. Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Eurovan has been converted by a yacht maker, but will its price prove that only 1-percenters need apply.
Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe C4 makes for that most daunting of decisions, a nearly out of warranty modern day Alfa. Let’s see if its price might make it worth rolling the dice.
Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Storm is pretty unique in that it represents not just one but two dead brands here in the U.S.—Geo and Isuzu. Let’s see if this little RV tagalong’s price is at all worth waking the dead.
Man, my wife is gonna be PISSED when she comes home to find this in the
driveway yard. At least I waited til after Valentine’s Day.
Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Chevy B-series takes a school bus and turns it into a cool bus. It’s still priced to sell because its brakes are dragging, but could that price itself be in need of a break?
Yes, the OHC six was available on Tempests from 1966 through 1969. Kinda overshadowed by the GTO but still an interesting item.
I looked at this and thought, ‘Meh, it’s a 1968 Corvette blended with an Opel of the same year.” Then I looked at the date. Whoa! Did Chevy designers steal this concept??? No surprising, since it happened a lot, but still.....
I am sure sex with a porn star is also all kinds of want. That does not make it a good idea.
Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Solstice has done just 25 miles over the course of its nine years of life. That makes it practically new, but does it also make its price practically a steal?
Indeed it was launched I think last year (?) I have seen a few but AFAIK these are rebadged Fiats made in Brasil not México. Even though here we have a very strong compact/subcompact market I don’t think it has been really successful. I was excited for the name (childhood car and I loved the color), but it shows too…
This has been rumored for a couple years, when was it confirmed?
The seller of today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe ACR says it’s been “enthusiast owned.” That’s sometimes code for “hung out and wrung out,” but will it also make this low mileage SRT4’s price a code that no one will want to crack?
If today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Honda were to break down, would that then make it a deadbeat? We may never know the answer as it’s said to run just fine. It’s price? Well, we’ll just see if that lives up to expectations.
With a six cylinder engine and a five-speed stick, today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Mercedes R129 is a rare bird indeed. We’ll have to decide if this lower-spec’d roadster’s price make you want to flip it the bird as well.
It once took three whole companies to bring the engine in today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Corvette to life. Let’s see if this red rocket’s price tag will mean there’s still some of that life left in it.
Old school Subaru nerd here. Take all the stupid faux rally crap off and you’ve got a super clean, low mileage GL-10 coupe, which are incredibly hard to find anymore. The EA81 engine is an unstoppable workhorse that’ll do 40+ mpg. I would love to get my hands on this thing.
Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Subaru talks the rally car talk, but doesn’t really seem to walk the rally car walk. Would that failing have you walking away from talking up its price?
Don’t get fooled again!