2U2R, deep down I have to agree. Was very sad the day I had to sell my 993 to pay for building a garage at the new house . Trouble is it doesn't really take a bike, and the missus will hate it
Fastest/most fun car able to take a bike
Sell the missus then
My mate once turned up for a night ride in his Ferrari - the frame was wrapped in a blanket and strapped into the passenger seat and the wheels were in the funny shallow thing where the engine would be in a proper car. We chucked the bike in a van for the homeward journey and he gave me a lift. It was okay I guess, a little slow given that it was simply a massive but normally aspirated engine and overtaking did feel a little pedestrian, but it seemed like quite a nice car in a red sort of way.
It wasn't that practical though.
I think the bottom line is that you want a car with 'thing' and that means different things to different people. For me it's a tweaked and tuned Mk2 Golf GTi or my Corrado VR6, but for you it might be something else entirely. A lot of people on here seem to get their rocks off on fast estate cars, but honestly, have you ever seen a half-attractive estate?
I'd probably get a 911 in your position, but then I've never driven one, so I might hate it anyway
This works for me although boot space is limited. The black one in front has more space and to be honest is more fun
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