Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Malibu comes with a crate motor and wood panelling. Let’s see if this Canadian wagon also has what it takes to make it an addition to your family tree.
Volvo’s venerable 240 series didn’t make a farewell tour before leaving the stage, but as shown by today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe limited production Classic, it did bow out with style. Let’s see what that style might be worth now.
A rare in the U.S. diesel engine and a really nice presentation are the highlights of today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Mercedes. Let’s see if you agree with the seller’s assumption that those factors will elevate its price.
The seller of today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe XR4Ti describes it being “as new.” Considering that the cars didn’t do so well when new, maybe that’s damning it with faint praise, and maybe that makes its price damnable too.
Many consider a lack of “room service” the height of roughing it. If you are less discriminating, you might find today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe camper more your cup of cowboy coffee. Let’s see if it’s worth paying for fewer amenities.
Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Alfa is named for the Stelvio Pass in northern Italy. And just like that wending mountain road, this crossover’s price has dropped precipitously. Let’s see if that’s a good thing or not.
Cadillac is likely going to eventually give up on building sedans and coupes for SUVs and crossovers. Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Hennessy-modded CTS-V shows what we lose in that bargain. Maybe its price will be bargain enough to ease the pain.
While the nineteen seventies was an era of decline for muscle cars, it also gave rise to a short-lived age of fun trucks, led by Dodge and models like today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Warlock. Let’s see if there’s any magic left in this machine.
Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Cobra is claimed in its ad to be supercharged, but there’s no evidence of it being blown in the provided pics. Could that potential mistake make its price an even bigger one?
The symbol of the Italian tuning house Abarth is a Scorpion, an arachnid that carries its menace in its tail. In total disregard to that tradition, today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Abarth puts its power up front wheels. Let’s see if that, and its various mods make its price feel like the real sting.
Modifying your car so you can do more work is a noble goal, and as exemplified by today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Audi, it can make it one of a kind. Will the price however, make it the kind that’s too expensive?
There are certain cars that go under the radar until there are so few left that people begin to take notice. Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe VW Cabrio might just fall in the category. That is, if you don’t categorically reject its price.
Once supposedly owned by prolific Hollywood producer, Ray Stark, today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Roadmaster limo is, like a blockbuster film, over the top. Let’s see if its price make it a new owner’s coming attraction.
The original MSRP on today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe BMW i3 was over fifty-five thousand dollars. Like all limited range electric cars, the i3’s depreciation is extreme. Let’s see if this one’s current price might make that downward spiral a fun ride at least.
The seller of today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe MX5 says in his ad that the car needs little to be perfect. With a Ford 5.0 under its hood it’s already a good way there. Let’s decide if its price pushes it over the top.
Not everyone will appreciate the customization that has gone into today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Volvo. Then again, not everyone can be as awesome as it is. Let’s see if its price reflects its stature.
The seller of today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Jag says he’s dumped ten-grand into its maintenance and repair with no corners cut in the work. Let’s see if this supercharged cat’s price cuts it any slack.
Larry Shinoda worked on two of the most iconic cars in American automotive history—the Chevy Corvette, and Ford Mustang. Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Mustang Cobra is from the year of Shinoda’s passing. Will its price however, get a pass?
We live in interesting times and that calls for a car that can get you out of trouble when the shit goes down—a car like today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe armored Jeep. Let’s see if its bullet resistance makes its price a hit it can also withstand.
The true definition of “sport utility” is really a hot rod wagon, and when it comes to wagons it just doesn’t get any hot roddier than today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Bimmer. Let’s see if its price gets you all hot and bothered.