Today being Labor Day here in the States, it seems fitting to have a Nice Price or Crack Pipe candidate that needs some work. This RX7 might be just the ticket. That is, as long as we don’t belabor the price. Last Friday we looked at a 2002 Volkswagen Jetta TDI wagon that appeared to be very well presented, appreciably stock, and seemed long loved and well cared for. It was also kitted in a manner that I think makes it the most desirable of the MK IVs, and which could see the car appreciating in the near future. Few of you appreciated the in the present $6,500 asking price however, and the car fell in a massive 73-percent Crack Pipe loss. So much for my investment advice. Labor Day is the nominal end of the summer season here in the U.S.. It’s also apparently the delimiter of when it’s acceptable to wear white shoes and belt, however owning neither I can’t attest to the ramifications of violating that rule. What I do know is that a lot of people get the day off today, and typically spend it drinking cold beer and eating hot barbecue. Intermixed with that, some of us take advantage of the time off and nice weather to work on our cars. I know that’s my agenda. Cars are machines, and machines are made up of many parts, and those many parts tend to wear out from use. Some parts are sturdier than others, but given… [Read full story]
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