Paleontologists presently believe that the Neanderthals and more modern humans at one time bumped uglies. Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe old-school Celica has likewise been given a bun in the oven from a more modern Honda, but is it a value so simple that even a caveman can understand it?
Ventura Highway in the sunshine, where the days are longer and the nights are stronger than moonshine. . . Sorry, I was just having an America moment. Contrary to the proselytization of that mainstay of inoffensive seventies folk-leaning AOR radio and elevator music, yesterday’s 1972 Pontiac Ventura wasn't going to cause the free wind to be blowing through anybody’s hair anytime soon. Not for its nearly twenty six grand asking price at least, as presaged by its 72% Crack Pipe loss. Alligator lizards in the air indeed.