I’ve had to shelve the want for a kei car, since I realised how often I actually use my bigger e36 for practical reasons. So whatever replaces the e36 (I’m fairly sure it’s eaten it’s timing chain guides now) has to be somewhat practical. Comically my DD is too small to be practical so my second car has to be able to take that role.

This has me looking at the Toyota Celica. Theyre reliable, dirt cheap, easy to find and have a decent sized boot. I’m hoping to test drive one soon to see if it suits. I know the logical thing is to just sell the Twingo and get one practical but quick car, but I can’t bring myself to sell the damn thing.