Salivating over the description of the work done to today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe E46 is like reading Penthouse Forum—it’s almost to good to be true. Let’s see if this M wagon’s price also has you frothing.
Are you adopted? If so, have you ever attempted to reconnect with your birth family? That’s the MO of today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Saturn Astra, as it rocks Vauxhall badging and stripes. Could that mean it’s worth its adopted price?
It’s never made clear in Pixar’s Cars universe just what model Lightning McQueen might be, so it’s quite possible today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Geo is an accurate copy. This one also sells ice cream, so we’ll need to see if its price gives you a brain freeze.
Long before BMW had the five-door Gran Coupe they sold another compact hatchback, the 318. Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe edition is a gussied up M-sport. Let’s see if, for its price, you’d have its back.
Japan used to crank out six-cylinder sports coupes like they were going out of style. They eventually did seem to fall out of fashion, but today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Supra seems a fine example of what once was. Let’s see if its price proves equally snazzy.
Today, on a very special episode of Nice Price or Crack Pipe we give you the opportunity to binge purchase America’s fishbowl, the AMC Pacer. We’ll just have to decide if this collection is really worth picking up the Pace(r).
The low price on today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe 348TS is offset by some frontend damage and a resultant salvage title. Let’s find out if those opposites can still attract.
Take a look at today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Lotus and realize that’s a 12 years old car! Twelve is a great age for Scotch and Elises alike, but will this one’s price prove timeless as well?
The seller of today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Volvo was kind enough to forward to me his ad. He was even more kind to offer his Volvo wagon in our favorite color, poo brown! Let’s see if his pricing acumen makes him a triple threat.
Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Alfa has an interesting history as it represents one of the “Tipo 4” cars based on a platform shared with Fiat, Lancia and, even more strangely, SAAB. Let’s see if this Tipo is worth tipping open your wallet.
The Lexus IS has long been an anomaly—a mainstream Lexus that would rather wake you up than lull you to sleep. Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe SportCross is the even more fun wagon, but will its price prove it to be what IS?
The seller of today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe E28 says it’s a 528, but he leaves off the “e” part of the name. There’s a fifty-horsepower difference between the “e” and the “i” which could affect your opinion as to whether this one’s worth writing an IOU.
A RWD Honda may seem antithetical to the marque’s ethos, but when they did do such a car—as represented by today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe S2000—they did the format right. Let’s see if this one’s price is a bit of alright too.
Porsche’s new Panamera is a brutally handsome car. As today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe ’11 attests however, the first generation was far less of an aesthetic success. Of course, this one may prove far cheaper than the pretty one.
The first year C3 Corvette is a unique beast. Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe ‘68 convertible is even more so, owing to its base model status. Let’s find out if its price appeals to your base instincts.
If you’ve always dreamed of “going on a commando mission” then you just might want to check out today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Jeep. We’ll check out its price and see if the objective is really worth it.
Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe 323ci is claimed to be the car upon which tuner F2/Autolife developed their E36 suspension package. That might make its low stance acceptable, but what about its price?
The typical answer for all questions automotive is Miata, but what if you seek something with a little more provenance in the response? In that case, today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe 944 might just do, that is, if its price proves above question.
Jeremy Clarkson once sagely opined that Alfa Romeo ownership was the mark of the true auto enthusiast. Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe GTV6 could just be that opportunity. That is, as long as its price isn’t truly too high.