In the insect world, some scarabs are known as dung beetles. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe 280Z claims a Scarab V8 conversion, but with a price of six grand, is its seller full of. . . well, you know?
The comments on yesterday's 1971 Cougar XR-7 fell into two camps- those who felt the old gal still had it going on, but might have been too expensive, and those who can still taste the bile in their mouths today from having been so egregiously offended by it. In the end, that Cougar went down in a lopsided 73% Crack Pipe loss, a result that does not bode well for battles fought in favor of a continued existence for its parent, Mercury.