Knock-offs and China go together like fists and fury, and while lacking in originality, the country's craftsmen are wickedly talented in the art of the cheap copy. A perfect example, today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe FUQI 4X4 is sort of, kind of, almost like an old Toyota FJ. Will its price however, have you saying knock it off?
O Alfa Romeo, Alfa Romeo, wherefore art thou, Alfa Romeo? Once the rust takes over, it's possible you won't find your Alfa where you parked it - not due to theft but because of a stiff breeze. That wasn't yet the case with yesterday's 1975 Alfetta Berlina, its rust being being seen as not insurmountable. Its price was apparently also no biggy, as evidenced by the car's 60% Nice Price win. That goes a long way in overcoming Italy's bad rap for producing cars with tissue paper quality. Something else that might help is following up that Alfa with a candidate from a country whose products suffer from an even worse reputation.