How About $3,000 For A Double Take 1988 Chevy S10

Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe Chevy S10 is going your way, no matter which way that is. Of course that's only if this double header's price hits a home run.

At eighty grand yesterday's 1981 Alvis Scorpion F101 proved that you actually can put a price on childhood dreams of wanton mayhem and driving over things. Fully 68% of you brought out your inner child, who of course voted Nice Price and then asked for a ride and to shoot the gun. To those of you who said that you could find one cheaper, well, we'll just see you on the battlefield.

Do you confuse easily? Ever forget where you put your car keys only to discover an hour later that they were in your hand all a long? Ever have trouble telling shit from Shinola? If you answered in the affirmative to any of those questions, then you should probably be thankful that breathing is an autonomic function. You should also likely stay away from today's discombobulating custom 1988 Chevy S10, as you might not know whether you are coming or going.

How About $3,000 For A Double Take 1988 Chevy S10

Now, probably the worst way to sell a car in the classifieds is to post pictures of the vehicle on a tow. That however, is just how this Chevy is presented, albeit it's on one of those two-wheel dollies you can rent.

That seems in this case simply to be a mechanism that allows one dude (or dudette) to transport two vehicles at the same time as the ad says the truck 'runs good.' The ad goes further in noting that this is a must-see vehicle and now that we've seen it, we can all check that experience off our bucket list.

The ad doesn't say much more than that, other than that the paint is new but the body is fair - huh? Why would you do that? Also, it says the interior needs to be updated - and keep in mind that there are two of them.

How About $3,000 For A Double Take 1988 Chevy S10

That's right, in addition to the forward-facing extended cab - just like grandma used to make - there's a turn about is fair play standard cab providing hindsight. The bench seat in that cab does face forward (er, backward?) although it looks like having it do so eliminates any semblance of leg room. Still, you've always wanted suicide doors.

No drivetrain details are mentioned in the ad, however from the photos it does appear to be a stick, so autophobes can rest easy. You'll also note in the pics that the back cab still has its mirrors, although they seem to get tucked in for driving. There are also a pair of lights placed in the rear-facing grille to provide brake light function. The headlights and turn signals back there seem to be absent. The ad says that the title is clear, however there are no plates on it so it's questionable as to whether it's currently registered for the road.

This would make for a fun cruise around vehicle and as toed in the ad, it would be in high demand for parade, children's birthday parties, and as a metaphor for the ending of the movie Requiem for a Dream. It's also $3,000, and you should now try and figure out which way to go in relation to this truck and that price.

What do you think, is this crazy two-headed Chevy worth $3,000 so you too can go both ways? Or, is that too much?

You decide!

Central New Jersey Craigslist, or go here if the ad disappears.

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