We're back for more harsh price judgment on possible cases of car-seller wishful thinking. Is a seller's asking price grounded in reality or indicative of overindulgence in those mean ol' Hubba Rocks? Yesterday, 61% of you thought that $97,000 was just way too much louie for this '57 Chevy 210. Was that because the '57 Chevy is just too common? How about something unique and handcrafted, guaranteed to make pedestrians walk into trees as you drive by? Say, the unholy union of a 1973 VW Beetle and a 1985 Subaru GL, with both engines still intact and functional and priced at $20,000? Working two gearshifts might be tricky, especially if the car also has two clutch pedals, but it goes without saying that this car must be driven using both engines simultaneously. Thanks to DodgePolara500 for the tip!