Historically, Italian Coupes played the roll of Cinderella to their portly sedan stepsisters, and that's exactly the case with today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe Fiat 130 Coupé. But instead of a glass slipper, this car requires a fat wallet.
When America found itself drawn into WWII, the nation's men and women lined up to enlist, in order to fight for their country. Two decades later, the Vietnam conflict turned such an angry shade of imbroglio that some celebrated their draft eligibility by packing up and moving to Canada. Coincidentally, that was where we found yesterday's maybe it is, maybe it isn't SHO Taurus wagon. Much like a Canuck Clark Kent, that Taurus held its true identity close to its chest, and the question of whether or not it was an SHO-sporting super sedan kept its Nice Price win to a modest 80%. Still, that's pretty super.