Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Nissan is JDM which of course makes it RHD. That’s about the only hardship you’d face in this rolling living room, as its also 4WD, and comes with a clean California title. Perhaps its price will prove a nasty sort of parlor game?
Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Spider proves that at one time Fiat didn’t need Mazda to help it make super sexy sports cars. The seller of this one however, is going to need to prove all that sexy is still worth a sack of cash.
Perhaps the most decadent embodiment of conspicuous consumption is the yacht. Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Eurovan has been converted by a yacht maker, but will its price prove that only 1-percenters need apply.
Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe C4 makes for that most daunting of decisions, a nearly out of warranty modern day Alfa. Let’s see if its price might make it worth rolling the dice.
Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Storm is pretty unique in that it represents not just one but two dead brands here in the U.S.—Geo and Isuzu. Let’s see if this little RV tagalong’s price is at all worth waking the dead.
Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Chevy B-series takes a school bus and turns it into a cool bus. It’s still priced to sell because its brakes are dragging, but could that price itself be in need of a break?
Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Solstice has done just 25 miles over the course of its nine years of life. That makes it practically new, but does it also make its price practically a steal?
The seller of today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe ACR says it’s been “enthusiast owned.” That’s sometimes code for “hung out and wrung out,” but will it also make this low mileage SRT4’s price a code that no one will want to crack?
If today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Honda were to break down, would that then make it a deadbeat? We may never know the answer as it’s said to run just fine. It’s price? Well, we’ll just see if that lives up to expectations.
It once took three whole companies to bring the engine in today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Corvette to life. Let’s see if this red rocket’s price tag will mean there’s still some of that life left in it.
Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Subaru talks the rally car talk, but doesn’t really seem to walk the rally car walk. Would that failing have you walking away from talking up its price?
Doubling down is a risky move in blackjack, but one that could result in twice the payout. That same strategy might be applied to today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe brace of Saabs. We’ll have to see if their combo price stacks the deck against them.
The ad for today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe S13 claims that the car has never-ever strayed from its Southern California home. Let’s see if this local yokel is priced to now see the world.
Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe 325Xi has over 281,000 miles on the clock. That’s farther than a trip to the moon, and this Bimmer doesn’t have Mission Control backing it up. Maybe the price will make it worth lighting this candle.
Honda named their del Sol for the Spanish phrase meaning ‘of the Sun.’ Let’s see if the price on today’s Nice Price of Crack Pipe VTEC edition is a complementarily bright idea.
When is a Tesla not a Tesla? Well, when it’s today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe RAV4. Let’s see if the price for this Tesla-powered Toyota makes it an electric dream.
Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Renault shares its name with one of the most famous—and infamous—video game series around: Grand Theft Auto. Let’s see if this hot coupe’s price makes it look like a steal as well.
Cadillac dominated this past weekend’s 24 hours of Daytona, and now, with today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Allanté, it could dominate your driveway too. That is, if its price doesn’t automatically give it a DNF.
Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Corvette is for those of you who love all things Chevy, and lament the passing of that marque’s El Camino. Will you feel the same love for this custom’s price? Let’s find out.
Built by Mitsubishi and sold by Chrysler’s now defunct Eagle brand, today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Summit wagon is an example of what was once called a “captive import.” Let’s see if this cute mini-MPV’s price makes it captivating today.