Nice Price Or Crack Pipe Is this used car a good deal? You decide! The ad for today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe 4Runner warns that the “gas” gauge isn’t accurate. That’s okay since the truck has been converted to run on diesel. Let’s see if this unique oil burner’s price is more accurate than that gauge. Of all the countless model names that the Ford Motor Company could resurrect, it’s unlikely that Probe would be among them. I could see another round of Thunderbird down the road. Maybe a twenty-something Torino too. The Probe name however? Along with Pinto, that’s about as likely to get a do-over as is Microsoft’s Bob. That means that, should your life’s goal be to own a car called Probe, your only option is the existing cars like yesterday’s 1997 GT. Fortunately for all you Probe fetishists, that car’s tidy condition paired well with its $2,600 price, earning the car a 78 percent Nice Price win and hence our NPOCP seal of approval. What however, if your wants and desires were a little less mainstream? What if in fact what really floats your boat is something that doesn’t exist in the real world. Would you then go to great lengths to create it yourself? That seems to have been the idea behind this 2001 Toyota 4Runner SR5, as it is not as it was when it was born. No, this U.S. model 4Runner has been given a JDM edition 1KZ turbo diesel engine, because… [Read full story]
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