Back in the '80s, all the car mags hailed Honda's CRX as the sports car reborn. Of course some think a sports car needs a topless edition to be all that, and today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe car represents the aftermarket's attempt to make the CRX so. Will that prove to make it something you might be in the market for?
Well, well, well. So it seems that while the answer is always Miata, yesterday's Lexus 1UZ-FE-powered 1991 MX5 was an answer to a question nobody asked. Most of the derision was focused on the slusher between the seats, but its price did damage too as one of the conventions of Miata ownership is that it's supposed to be relatively cheap. As a staggering 93% of you pointed out, this one was not.