Nice Price Or Crack Pipe: 1973 Ford Ranchero Camper For $12,500?

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Nice Price Or No DiceIs this used car a good deal? You decide!

Here's Nice Price Or Crack Pipe once again, the day after the Opel GT Batmobile made NPOCP history! You see, for the first time we've got the majority of voters opting for the Nice Price side of the poll; admittedly, the voting is 173 to 172 at the time of this writing, but that's still a win for the BatmOpel! Today we've got another machine that might present something of a dilemma; the original 351 Cleveland/4-speed combo makes it cool, as do the factory hubcaps and the fact that it's always been a camper… but a Buy It Now of $12,500? What do you think?

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Raphael Orlove

If I'm going to live in a camper, I'm going to do it right and get a brown Sierra Classic from the 80s. What grille could look better when your drunk-out-of-his-mind punk friend steals your camper house/truck and drives the whole thing through the wall while you're inside listening to the finest hardcore band you area code has to offer? As the last brick topples off of that massive hood, all the thrumming feedback has stopped and you can gladly think to yourself, "I'm glad I sprung for the Sierra Classic".