The seller of today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Corvair says it was once owned by the former wife of heavyweight boxing champion, Buster Douglas. We’ll have to see if its price makes it a total knock out.
I can change bulbs on my Tacoma with no tools and about ten seconds of work, so naturally the bulbs are almost 20 years old.
I think that the lifespan of the headlight filaments is inversely related to how challenging they are to remove.
IIRC, there’s a Tuareg generation that requires bumper and fenders to come off to access the headlight bulbs.
I hear you.
My cadillac lost its DRLs about 75k, and you have to take the whole bumper off to replace them.
My Porsche on the other hand is well over 100k and has a little pull tab to swap them out in minutes- literally.
If you look back on the cars we lost when GM killed Pontiac—including examples like today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe G6—do you ever wonder if perhaps they offed the wrong brand?
“ a car based on the mechanicals from company’s 2CV but devoid of most of that car’s inherent safety and convenience features. This is the car for people who feel the VW Thing is too overly burdened by obeisance to government regulation and the “science” of automotive safety.”
Interesting take.... The Citroen Mehari... For the man that looks at the 2CV and says “Well that’s too safe........”
Can you think of any car more elemental than a Citroën Deux Chevaux? Well, today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Méhari is a 2CV stripped of all pretensions, and you’ll now have to decide if its price should have someone paying that stripper.
Buddy had an ‘80's Z28 with a switch like this, but located on the bottom of the dash, rather than the side of the console. Turned on the radiator fan. Someone stole it one summer. They didn’t make it wherever they were headed. Car was found on the side of the interstate..
A kill switch maybe?
This is a funny looking Jeep.
My TR-7 actually has removable pads in that area;my thought was,why not just deisgn the dash so it isn’t so intrusive? Oh,those British..!
Yep. Thanks. Hope it was not used to toggle the brake lights, because that’s something that a lady usually won’t do... unless she’s Bonnie’s granddaughter, that is.
“Lady-driven” is code that you need to replace the hinges on the driver’s side sun visor. You know us wimmins are always putting on mascara while driving.
Maybe it means that it smells fresh inside since girls don’t fart.
Just like mama bear in the Goldilocks tale, today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe RX7 is just right—old enough to be a classic, but not too old to be a pain in the ass to drive. Let’s see if its price is fair to middling too.
Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Samurai represents an enigma. Derided and devalued for its on-road hijinks when new, these cars are now coveted for their prowess off-road. Let’s see how covetable this 12A-powered convertible is.
It’s not uncommon for a car to derive its name from its impressive engine engine displacement. That’s just what today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Mercedes 6.9 represents. Let’s see if this restored executive sedan’s price is a number that also impresses.