Wankel-powered, convertible, four by four, those are descriptors that don't traditionally go together, but like apple pie and cheddar cheese their disparate attractions combined are probably awesome. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe Suzuki Samurai is just such a combination, but will its price spoil the recipe?
Nights in White Satin was a dirge by the pirate shirt-wearing psychedelia band the Moody Blues. It was notable for having been ignored on its initial release in 1968, but then gaining top-ten status upon re-release in 1972. Contrastingly, yesterday's knight in black satin, the custom 1972 Chevy Blazer, didn't top anyone's chart, its 56% Crack Pipe loss garnered as much for its grody underbelly as for its fifteen grand price.