It’s very likely that the price for today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe VW Jetta GLI is about what the car cost new. It’s been renewed and looks to be... well, better than new. Could that all add up to that almost as-new price? I’ve been hearing a lot of late about fantasy sports lately, which naturally I took as a shortening of the term “fantasy sports cars.” Well, it turns out that’s not the case and now I’m not allowed on FanDuel any more. Advertisement That’s okay though because I can still get my fantasy sport fix with cars like yesterday’s 1998 Mitsubishi Montero SPORT. That rugged wagon even offered the tantalizing opportunity to shift your very own gears which, in the automotive world, was once the height of sportiness. Being sporty and being in remarkably good shape went a long way in proving the Montero worthy of its $4,995 asking—so much so in fact that it won an impressive 83 percent Nice Price win. Being … [Read more...] about At $16,500, Could This Be The Ultimate 1992 VW Jetta GLI 16V?
For a while VW named a lot of their cars after winds—Passat, Bora, Scirocco, etc. Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe custom classic Jetta is in fact named for the Jet Stream, but will its price have you thinking the seller is just blowing up your skirt? I must say, I was quite surprised at the response to Friday’s 1999 Ford Mustang GT pretending to be an Aston Martin Vanquish. It wasn’t the 67% Crack Pipe loss that surprised me, after all I figured that was a predestined outcome. No, I was more impressed with the numbers of folks who wanted to take a swing at the car. Good work, friends. Advertisement You know, I’ve been doing these NPOCP posts for neigh-on seven years now and I’m sure along the way you all must have asked yourselves just what the hell kind of cars does Graverobber himself buy? Well, I’ll tell ya’ they are all over the board. The countries with the greatest contingents in my driveway are Great Britain, Japan, and … [Read more...] about For $5,500, Is This 1984 Volkswagen Jetta GLI 16V A Gentle Breeze?
Honda makes a mid-sized pick-up that being the somewhat awkward Pilot-based Rimjob Ridgeline, but they lack a mini-truck. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe custom Civic fills that tiny truck product gap, but is its price too much to pick it up? The Honda Civic has become so pervasive a model globally that it has become almost part of the background scenery no matter where you go. Contrastingly, yesterday's major mini, the 1968 Riley Elf, would stick out like the Queen Mum at a Waffle House. Almost as out of place was the Elf's price tag, which proved Nice to fewer than 22% of you, who were obviously stalwart Anglophiles. Advertisement Funny thing, I used to think Anglophiles were pervs who wanted to do the nasty with English kids - and for that reason H.R. Pufnstuf creeped the bejeesus out of me. Turns out, I was wrong about the whole Anglophile thing, but that doesn't mean that psychedelic puppet dragons aren't still freaky, as is the idea of Jimmie having a magic flute. Nearly as … [Read more...] about For $3,500, try and blend in