This is something of a problem.

First up: WRX STi.

I’ve wanted one since about as long as I can remember. A local example caught my eye recently. Caveat emptor was the prevailing wisdom of the day:

Advertisement

Next up is the Ural.

Sponsored

I’m solidly entrenched in the “two wheels good” as a mountain biker (ok, ambitious but rubbish reformed roadie). My back is nearly shot- my next (fat) bike will probably be my last stop before a recumbent (*hurk*). I’ll need to get my two/three wheel fix somehow. I think this is the answer. Again, we’ve discussed this before:

It just looks like so much fun. It’s kid haulage-compatible and stable enough as to not further fuck with my back. That’s a win-win.

Next is the curious MGB. It’s just so...

British racing green. Perfect.

I was, however, confronted recently with the reality of ownership:

Last but certainly not least, is the Sunbeam Alpine.

Image: the author

It’s not something that I’ve ever really been attached to, but this has been for sale near my office for two years. I drool over it twice a day, every day. The more I see it, the more I grow to like it. It’s getting to the point that I’m afraid one day it’s not going to be there.

What to do?