Chrysler's minivans caught the competition off guard, even usually unflappable Toyota. The Japanese countered with a JDM forward-control offering, and as today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe contender attests, while it may have been slow, its freak flag sure flies.
With Ferrari, we all know that the most expensive cars are usually those with the cheapest prices out of the gate. Yesterday's '97 550 Maranello looked at first glance like a screamin' deal, but a dark cloud hung over the car in the shape of an insurance and bank account-busting salvage title. The explained reason of a minor accident didn't jive for most of you, and who knows if that accident meant a fender-bender or an ebola monkey shitting in the glove box, both of which could have deleterious effects on the car's future drivability and collectibility.