There’s a lot to be said for getting away from it all, and with today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Tundra you ought to be able to get away and back again no matter where away is. Let’s see if that rugged nature aligns with its urbane price tag. With Ford going all-in on trucks crossovers and SUVs here in the U.S., it’s interesting to note that about half their current lineup of those models—the Transit, Transit Connect, and Ecosport—were originally designed with other markets in mind. Ford’s former full-size van, the long-running Econoline, went away with the Transit’s introduction in 2013, while the Transit Connect filled a void left by the elimination of the original Ranger pickup and, years earlier, the Aerostar minivan. Advertisement We looked at a very sweet seeming 1997 Aerostar XLT AWD on Friday and boy did it bring back the memories. It seems that a lot of you grew up with an Aerostar in the family, and while some had less than … [Read more...] about At $26,000, Is This 2010 Toyota Tundra Camper Totally Over The Top?
If you enjoy the great outdoors but are terrified of being eaten by bears while experiencing that enjoyment then today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Toyota custom camper could be I like my coffee black, my steaks rare, and all my questionably-2008 SsangYong Actyon possessed none of those attributes. Hell, it couldn’t even be used to pop out for that tasty cup of joe. At $2,500, Advertisement Let’s take a moment and Well, just maybe you can. Allow me to present this 1987 Toyota Pickup 4X4 that has been converted into a makeshift camper. That transformation is facilitated by way of an aluminum box perched atop a custom The box does afford space for accessories to be affixed to the roof and on the back so you can take along your canoes and all those Advertisement I mentioned at the outset Ursidaesnackaphobia, which Advertisement And s There’s a lot to like about this custom camper despite the lack of a safe space in which to pop a squat. The bed … [Read more...] about At $5,200, Is This 1987 Toyota 4X4 Custom Camper an Apocalypse Wow?
Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Blazer Xtreme proves one thing I’ll bet you didn’t know, which is that Chevy was still building two-door Blazers well into this century. Let’s see if this special edition is priced to make it sell today. Climate change! Shrinking national parks! Public restrooms! Hippies! It seems that every day another impediment is lobbed at our ability to head out and enjoy the great outdoors. As such, we all better get out there while we still can. Advertisement We most likely won’t be doing so in yesterday’s 1987 Toyota Pickup custom camper. No, too many of you took issue with the camper portion of that automotive equation, fearing the idea of sleeping in something that looked a little too much like the Hansel & Gretel witch’s Viking oven. At $5,200, that aesthetic killed its chances at financial redemption, causing it to fall in a 67 percent Crack Pipe loss. Hey, I want you to do something for me—go outside … [Read more...] about At $4,500, Could This 2003 Chevy Blazer Xtreme Be an Xtremely Good Deal?
The ad for today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe SsangYong says it was imported without a drivetrain with the intention of turning it into an electric car. That’s a crazy plan, but not half as crazy as the Ssangyong itself. Let’s see how crazy it’s price might be as well. Toyota’s RAV4 is the company’s best selling product in the U.S., having Advertisement The same apparently can’t be said for its old school antecedents. Just last Friday we looked at a first generation RAV4; That wasn’t enough though How crazy are you? I mean, you’re here reading this so2008 SsangYong Actyon into the States with the plan to convert it to electric power. Advertisement I mean, why wouldn’t you just pickup a decent Honda Ridgeline and try and AC/DC it? At least the Honda would Now, you might have some other, perhaps more pressing questions. Those are probably along the lines of ‘what the hell is a SsangYong Actyon?’ and, … [Read more...] about At $2,500, Could This 2008 SsangYong Actyon Roller Turn You Into a Lover of Korean Shortbeds?
Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Bentley is named for the nearly four-mile straight that defines the back half of the Circuit de la Sarth, and honors the marque’s numerous accomplishments at the venerable track. Could this road-going namesake’s price make its purchase an equally glorious achievement? Many of you viewed potential buyers for yesterday’s 1990 Chrysler LeBaron GT in the same light you might equate to admirers of dwarf amputee porn, wondering: who the hell likes that? A small and suspect audience the car may have, but it was the $4,500 asking price that really raised your hackles. It also raised a 68 percent Crack Pipe loss meaning nothing about that old school drop top panned out. Advertisement The LeBaron, of course, has become a bit of a joke. In light of today’s standards, its position as even a near-luxury car seems laughable. The same can’t be said however for pretty much any Bentley car from pretty much any era. … [Read more...] about At $7,500, Would You Get This Non-Op 1989 Bentley Mulsanne S Operating Once More?