While technically today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe candidate is a “Dune Buggy” it’s in no way consigned exclusively to just pounding sand, it’s fully streetable too. Let’s find out if this Subaru-powered beast’s price consigns it to staying unsold no matter what.
First off, today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Mera is NOT a kit car, as these could be ordered from a Pontiac dealer as a turnkey. This one is described as being the first Mera, the prototype for the 247 that would follow. The question is, will its price turn that number one into number two?
The seller of today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe SSC says that it’s always been garage kept. I think it’s been kept in the garage a little too much as it has but 661 miles on the clock. Could that possibly make it worth the price of a new GT?
If it walks like a duck, talks like a duck, and, most importantly floats like a duck, then it’s probably today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe crazy floatin’ ‘Lambo.’ Let’s see if this sort of sea-worthy Countach’s price is equally ship shape.
This running twin-turbo V8 rat rod is, truly, what is good and wonderful in this world.
I know it’s April Fool’s day, but I promise you this is no joke. Like everything related to Dartz, the reality is far stranger than anything I can make up, anyway. Remember, these are the people who’s idea of luxury involves whale foreskins. But once, long before making the worlds most unrestrained and opulent SUVs,…
Today is April Fools Day, a day when things are often not what they seem. Our Nice Price or Crack Pipe AMC looks old and tired, but assuredly isn’t. We’ll have to see whether or not this ratted wagon comes with a price that’s the ultimate joke.
If you’re going to build a V8-powered streeter/racer like today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Celica, it makes sense to keep the donated engine in the family, right? Let’s see if this 1UZ-FE-powered toy’s price makes sense too.
It was Burger King that used to say you could have it your way, when in fact it’s today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Merc that really fits that bill. That is, as long as it doesn’t come with too big a bill of sale. UPDATE: There’s reason to believe this one may be a scam.
We’re back in Canada for today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Supra which packs a little something from the General under its hood. We’ll have to see if that, and its price make this Supra just super.
VW will probably never ‘come clean’ in its resolution of Dieselgate, but as today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Jetta proves, there’s still plenty of cool Vee Dub oil burners out there, if that’s your bag. Maybe this one’s price will also make you want to bag it up and take it home.
Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Dodge Dakota sports an eight-litre V10 from a Viper under its hood, and a six-speed Tremec to boot. That makes this a pickup with pick up, and a hauler that can haul ass, but will its price inevitably haul it down?
Built by a disabled veteran as therapy, and fashioned after a Keystone Cops paddy wagon, today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe custom Ford is a woody in every sense of the word. It also comes with its own trailer, but will its price have you saying knot on your life?
If you’re looking to mix up both your image and your car, today is like Purim and Arbor Day all rolled up in one, because you can buy this remarkable six-wheeled, three-axled 2013 Smart ForTwo on eBay for just under 20 grand. Your new life begins now.
There’s no better place for a crate motor than in a boxy car and today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Volvo is just about the boxiest. Let’s see if its price makes it a square deal too.
The seller of today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Jag says it’s owned by an ‘eccentric 81-year old family friend.’ I guess that’s a good way to describe someone who’d have a Jagamino. Let’s see if it is eccentrically priced too.
The seller of today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Pantera says that it would be a good candidate for a rolling restoration. We’ll just have to see if its price is something you could roll with.
The seller of today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe E46 says that it’s currently “enthusiast owned.” It certainly pushes a lot of the buttons any car nut might want, but let’s see if it also pushes a price tag about which we can get enthused.
Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe 190E rocks a three-point-oh, and was once featured on Bring a Trailer. You won’t have to bring a trailer full of money for it now, but you’ll still have to decide if it brings it at all.
The dealer offering today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Saab says they’re ‘where we make a little and you save a lot.’ We’ll have to see what you make of this awesome custom, and whether its price should have someone driving it off their lot.