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.
No, it’s not safe to drive on the roads—not in this condition. And it would take a lot to get it there. But what if you lived in a world without such strict rules? If so, that 2017 Honda Civic Type R, destroyed this summer by a jackass driver who wasn’t paying attention, could be your next salvage race car.
For many cars being branded with a salvage title can mean the kiss of death to its potential to sell. You’ll need to determine if that’s the case with this Nice Price or Crack Pipe Viper, or if its low, low price means that today death is only offering a peck on the cheek.
Few cars have established themselves as epochal and overshadowing of both predecessor and inheritor as has BMW's E30 3-Series. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe 325i looks amazing, but will its price and salvage title make it less than epic?
In the Six-Million Dollar Man, Lee Majors' character Steve Austin was rebuilt with amazing capabilities following the crash of his experimental aircraft. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe Lotus Elise isn't that expensive, but seeing its also been rebuilt, would buying it at any price be a mistake of bionic proportions?
Wicked, the Broadway musical is a re-imagining of Baum's The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe Wicked Porsche Twin Turbo has also been re-imagined, but is its price as fat as its ass?