Baseball may be the great American pastime, but as exemplified by today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe TT, The Ephesian philosopher Heraclitus is quoted as saying that “the only constant in life is change.” He was also known as the “weeping philosopher” due to his inability to change his long-lingering depression. Advertisement Much has changed since Heraclitus’ days, Case in point, yesterday we looked at a 1977 Mustang II coupé, a representative of the model’s first major overhaul, and one that is to this day considered less than successful and a bit of the red-headed stepchild of the Mustang line. Nice as it was, not even an amazingly orange and plaid interior could muster much enthusiasm for the car’s $18,700 price. That proved to be yet another ignominy for the Mustang II as it fell in a massive 90 percent Crack Pipe loss. The Los Angeles Auto Show opens this week, and Ford has taken that opportunity to debut a new all-electric … [Read more...] about At $6,900, Can You Wait To Get You Mitts On This Baseball Glove Interior 2004 Audi TT Quattro?
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For a doll, Barbie sure has a lot of cool clothes and shit, kinda' making you wonder how she could have afforded it all. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe custom Audi TT looks like it might have pulled right out of Barbie's Dream Garage, but will its price force her back on the street? Ford's experiment in the domestication of its furrin' cars failed pretty miserably back in the eighties, but that doesn't mean they can't be house-trained today. However, even adding a V8 to yesterday's 1989 Merkur Scorpio couldn't make it an orphan anyone would want to adopt, ending with 56% of you voting Crack Pipe. That adds yet another to the 37 possible pronunciations of its brand name - loser. Advertisement Barbie's ancestry is kind of sketchy, as you never seem to see her parents or maw-maw and paw-paw, even around the holidays. Strange that. There's no question of lineage with today's bubble gum and mini skirts-evoking 2001 Audi TT Quattro, it being based on the A4 Golf and looking much like … [Read more...] about For $10,500, show us your TTs
There's a chasm that lies between the major auto makers and kit car builders, call it the taint between the big boys and the homeboys. That's because it's pretty obvious that one t'aint t'other. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe Jag SS evoking ‘Duke' closes that gap a bit, but is its price tainted? Okay, let's do a little test - look at the fingernails on one of your hands, I'll wait. Now, if the manner in which you did that was by curling your fingers in towards your palm, as though half-way to making a fist, then you're probably among the 90% who voted yesterday's gurrrrl power 2001 Audi TT to be Crack Pipe. If however, you splayed your fingers at arm's length and canted your head to admire them, well, you're likely with the remaining 10% who thought it Nice Price and then realized it was time for a mani-pedi. Advertisement So I'm sitting here writing this while listening to Led Zeppelin and thinking about how well their music has held up over the years. Page and company's … [Read more...] about For $18,995, duke it out
Scorpio is the eighth sign of the Zodiac and is also considered to be one of the water signs. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe Merkur Scorpio rocks a V8, but does its price mean the seller is all wet? Froggy may have gone a courtin' miss mousey - uh huh - and wanted to slip her some tongue, But had he done so in yesterday's frog-like Qvale Mangusta she may have turned him down as fast as did the 68% of you who deemed it to be Crack Pipe. Not even its fancy-pants top could overcome the Olive Garden-ness of that odd-ball Italian. Advertisement One of the more memorable Simpsons characters, Hank Scorpio was an evil genius with ADHD, who also had a penchant for flamethrowers. Contrastingly, with the Merkur Scorpio, Ford was happy just to dominate the U.S. sales charts for hatchback executive saloons.That of course, at the time of its release was a category made up of. . . well, the Merkur Scorpio. Unfortunately, Americans like big hatchbacks about as much as they like burning bags of … [Read more...] about For $2,800, what’s your sign?
Over the course of its service to the RAF the Supermarine Spitfire carried both Merlin, and later, Griffon engines by Rolls Royce. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe Triumph Spitfire carries an engine from a less illustrious marque, but will its price tag carry the day? Whoa, fully 80% of you couldn't manage to see the Aero of your ways and shot down yesterday's Shooting Brake Accord in a Crack Pipe loss. With its current price, it'll likely be a long while before that Honda is AeroDecking the halls of a new owner. Advertisement Fighter planes have the coolest names. And being a fan of all things awesome-named, I've owned a few cars named for WWII single seaters. Two of those have been Mustangs, and another pair have been Spitfires. One of those Brits looked a lot like today's 1966 Triumph on the outside, but under its hood, things sure were different. Designed - like most Triumphs of the era - by the Italian stylist Giovanni Michelotti, the Spitfire's base was the humble Herald. A … [Read more...] about For $6,900, Expectorate Conflagration