Not all Ford pickups start with "F," even though some of them were Falcon-based. Today, Nice Price or Crack Pipe picks up on the economics of buying a 1962 Ford Econoline pickup.
It must have been hot yesterday because there was a lot of haterade spilled over the 1995 3000GT VR4 Spyder. Despite some good stats and a clean appearance, it flunked the job interview to the tune of a 71% crack pipe vote. That Mitsu seemed to have it all- four-wheel drive, a folding hard top, twin turbo'd V6, and a sassy attitude. You know what it didn't have? A solid front axle, that's what. That was obviously what drove such a disproportionately large number of you to go all crack pipe on its sorry ass. If it only had a solid I-beam between its front wheels, it would have projected the sense of security and stability that an independent front suspension can not. And that's why today's candidate will, I am sure, fare differently than the Mitsu.