I will probably be in the minority on this one but its kitschy and like the old adage goes “find another one.” Grandpa Munster approves. Nice Price.
It’s a literal death trap
It’s been said that it’s not the cough that carries you off, but the coffin they carry you off in. You might get carried off with today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe custom Vee-Dub, but will its price still bury its chances?
The seller of today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Seville calls it a “no hit car” indicating an accident-free existence. It’s got low miles and high class, but will its price prove a hit with you?
Moonraker is Moore’s fourth Bond, not his second. (And it’s his best IMO, because they let Ken Adam completely off the chain.)
CP, but I would most assuredly NOT want a Chrysler Sebring.
Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe C4 ‘Vette is described as having ONE MILE on a set of rebuilt heads. It has a LOT more than that in total, and a kind of sketchy history, but will its price make it all worthwhile?
Trucks are too fancy these days. In contrast, our Nice Price or Crack Pipe Ford F-250 is as simple as a pimple. Will that fact, and its Cummins diesel, make buyers come around?
You can get a cable and code in a “Hold Charge” feature found in European cars, so you can activate the REx at any point, instead of waiting for it to reach a low charge state. That same cable also lets you code in the 2.4 gallon fuel tank (it’s software limited to 2 gallons for compliance)
Buy it. Livery it. Hoon it.
I know what you’re thinking—two Subies in the same week—what a bold and confident statement that assuredly makes. Well, while today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Justy may share parentage with Tuesday’s SVX, its price and presentation are something else.
whip van wrinkle material
I call that interior “Dessicated Shar Pei Butthole.”
I think the velour looks better than the original interior.
What’s really terrifying about that...is what’s the condition behind the velour? What do you suppose happened in there...?
Does the 6 disc changer in the back have Whitesnake, Night Ranger, Poison, Def Leopard and Bon Jovi in it?
So it can appear bigger when threatened, like a puffer fish?
The interior on today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Trans Am seemingly took its cue from the texture of an elephant’s hide, or somebody named “rumpled sackskin.” We’ll have to judge if its price makes it something you’d let inside at all.