Sometimes market forces create strange anomalies. We all know the story about how Nissan built only 197 kenmeri Skyline GT-Rs before the racing program got canceled, but there are other instances that resulted in cars just as rare.
For example, while Dodge offered the Colt Wagon (aka Mitsubishi Sigma) in 1978-1980, according to owner Josh Mead, they all came on a single shipment across the Pacific and were spread throughout three model years. That makes the RWD wagon incredibly rare today, especially in faux wood Estate trim.
Which JNC had really low production numbers?
What say you, dear reader? As always, the most entertaining comment by next Monday will receive a prize. Scroll down to see the winner of last week’s QotW, “What vehicle do you cheat on your JNC with?”
Whether it’s Steve and his eligible-in-2041 Scion FR-S, Johnny and his Kawasaki Ninja, Dave with his Holden SS Sandman, or Stuart and his ’64 Mini, it appears JNCers have a diverse range of sidepieces. The one that made us laugh the most, however, was jivecom‘s:
I cheat on my JNC with a van. Specifically, two vans. On my feet.
Omedetou, your comment has earned you a set of decals from the JNC Shop!