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?
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 Nice Price or Crack Pipe Land Rover was built in Spain, where the rain falls mainly on the plain. It’s here in the U.S. now, and we’ll have to decide if its price and kit might have you making it rain.
Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Aspen (no, not the SUV) is claimed to be only one of 145 to have been its peculiar mix of luxury fitment and economy aspirations. While obviously not popular when new, let’s see if its price makes it in vogue now.
Grey market cars like today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Citroën CX are always a roll of the dice. Parts and service are often sketchy, but that can be overcome by exclusivity and uniqueness. That is, if the price is right.
Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe custom VW Pickup is claimed to come with an extra, SCCA-prepped mill. Let’s see if that, and its price. really gets your motor running.
Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Legend is claimed to come with receipts for over forty grand in maintenance over the course of its life. Let’s see if its current price might make for a receipt also worth keeping.
Audi owns Lamborghini, which has made it possible that you could potentially own today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe R8, a car closely related to Lamborghini’s Gallardo. We’ll just have to see if it’s priced to keep it all in the family too.
Have you ever seen a Ford GT40 Roadster Golf Cart? Until today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe club hauler, neither had I. Let’s see if this cool little cart’s price could be considered par for the course.
Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Hornet X Sportabout brings some serious seventies sexiness to the table. Let’s see if its asking price gets you all hot and bothered as well.
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.
While called the Passat elsewhere, VW’s first-generation derivation of the Audi 80 was called the Dasher here in the States. Let’s see if today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe three-door is priced to have buyers dashing for their checkbooks.
Forget your Suburbans, Expeditions, Navigators and ‘Slades, today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe International is all you’ll ever need. In fact, it’s Travelall you’ll ever need. Of course, we’ll have to decide if its price is all that.
Marty McFly had to go back in time to get a truck like today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Toyota, but all you have to do is write a check. Let’s see if its price also checks out.
Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Scrambler is a small bike that had a small part in a small movie, and which now comes with a pretty big price. Let’s see if that Hollywood connection makes you give that a thumb up or a thumb down.
While today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe 300GD is offered up in Detroit, it’s really a Canadian and importing it might be a total pain in the boot. We’ll just have to see if its price makes it worth that pain.
Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe XR4Ti couldn’t be any nicer, and seems barely broken in. That condition is reflected in its asking price, which you’ll have to decide if it’s worth breaking out the wallet.
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.