Hypothetically, I want to buy several things and they're all broken except for one of them which is too expensive.
Are any of the following sentences that describe this scenario, grammatically sound?
The one-I-want-that's-not-broken's price is too high.
The one I want that's not broken's price is too high.
The one's-I-want-that's-not-broken price is too high.
The one's I want that's not broken price is too high.
The bottom two sound absolutely terrible, and regarding the top two, I can't help feeling that it's wrong to attach an apostrophe 's' to the end of an adjective.
I'm not looking for better ways to phrase this.