In horses, Pinto is not a breed, but a description of coloration. In cars, the Pinto is colored by a history of corporate malfeasance and an era of performance malaise. Still, Nice Price or Crack Pipe keeps an open mind.
How about the Bauer family, with its ten Pintos in 1980? Hard to believe, but Pintos were once as common a sight as the Taurus is now. With 38 very optimistic highway MPG, these multi-Pinto families could thumb their nose at that damn Ayatollah and his gas-price-jacking hijinks!