Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Aero Cabin is one of 500 Soarer faux-vertibles Toyota built for home market folks who wanted to soar a little more. Let’s see if this intrepid import’s price should let a new owner see the Aero of their ways.
While Joe Isuzu used to prevaricate in order to sell Isuzus that was only because he didn’t have cars like today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe 117-XG to hawk. This one is as rare as it is pretty, but will it’s price still prove a deal, and that’s no lie?
Today’s bullshit 25 Year Rule stems from a huge glut of German cars getting brought into America as grey imports with notoriously questionable modifications to meet US safety standards.
Here in the U.S., when you’re under 25 it’s tough to rent a car. It’s even tougher to import a foreign car here that’s under 25. Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe BMW is over 25 and that’s why it’s here. Let’s see if its price makes it worth keeping around.
Let's check off all the wonderful attributes today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe Benz possesses- a longroof roof; five speed stick; a sweet straight-six; three-row seating; and a rep for having been built for the gods. Oh, and it's sort of brown too. How much do you think all that might just be worth?
Coming across today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe BMW for sale in the U.S. is like finding Sasquatch, the Loch Ness Monster, and a contrite Kanye West all playing tiddlywinks together in your bathroom. Unicornish as it may be, is its price also a rare sight?
Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe contender is a one-off Toyota called an Opendeck that's like an Avalanche for Lilliputians. It's super rare, but you'll need to decide whether or not its price is totally the poop deck.
We all like mini-pickups, right? Well, today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe Honda is a mini-pickup that you and a couple of friends could literally pick up. We'll see if its price makes it a truck that you might also actually want to, you know, pick up.
The ad for today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe Citroën is almost as weird as the car. The car itself not just weird but damn rare here in the U.S. which might make its price, well, not so weird.
There’s the Stock Market, the super market, and of course the Friday night singles-only meat market. And then there’s the Grey Market. That last one was where today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe classic turbo’d 7-series went through the checkout stand, but will you find its current price needs to be marked down?
Shakespeare famously wrote uneasy lies the head that wears the crown. You could wear today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Crown - or at the very least get in and drive it. That is of course, if its price doesn’t make you uneasy.
A palindrome is a word or phrase that reads the same both forwards and backwards - for example never odd or even. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe E21 is novel in the U.S. as its a 323i which is both even and odd as well as palindromic. The question is, which way will you go on its price?
Diplomatic immunity means never having to say you're sorry. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe Euro-spec Mercedes 300D looks like something a foreign attaché might drive, but will its price tax your diplomacy?
High-end off-roaders prove that even the monied enjoy roughing it - as far as the lodge that is, where hopefully a hot toddy is waiting. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe Mercedes 280GE comes from a line of just such 4x4s for the filthy rich, but does its current price mean it cleans up nicely?
The Turing Test is a natural language test to determine how human-like an artificial intelligence may be. Similarly, today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe BMW E30 Touring will test your ability to determine whether its price is too high or not.
Seeing the BMW 735i parked down on the street this morning we were reminded of one of our past rides, a European-spec E23 BMW 732i. Since it was a gray-market import, the papers had been fudged a bit, but we're pretty sure it was a 1983 model. I bought it a few years ago while visiting San Francisco, which seemed like…