Vega is the brightest star in the constellation Lyra and is the second brightest in the northern celestial hemisphere. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe Cosworth Vega may not have shined as brightly as intended, but it was still the star of the marque. Right now it's up to you to determine whether this one's price is down to Earth, or astronomical.
You couldn't get more salt of the earth than yesterday's respectably clean red, white and sky blue 1966 Ford F-100, and for the 71% of you giving it a Nice Price win, its cost didn't stop it from being American dreamy. That truck's Twin I beam independent front suspension was considered a major innovation at the time, and one that was so successful - despite its downsides - that Ford kept it under their two-wheel drive pickups for more than a decade. That kind of ingenuity was also at the time evidenced at Ford's cross-town rival, but the Blue Oval's competitors were frequently not quite so successful.