Nice Price Or Crack Pipe: Dodge Colt Turbo Bumper Car For $4500?

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

Ready to cast some Nice Price Or Crack Pipe judgment this morning? 60% of you thought that the $12,500 1973 Ford Ranchero camper was way overpriced, in spite of that 351C/4-speed setup. Today we're going for something a little more affordable, in honor of the onrushing Financiapocalypse. Sometimes you see a car project and you have to wonder what the builder could have been thinking? It's obvious that a lot of thought and quality workmanship went into this '84 Colt Turbo- which even has the extra-hip Twin Stick dual-range transmission- but, well, why? Anyway, the important issue here is price; what do you say?

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Where exactly is the twin stick? I've only seen one twin stick car in my life (a couple of months ago) and both shifters were indeed next to each other.