I love this car.
I love the way it handles, I love the way it accelerates, and I love the way it feels zooming down the highway at 80 mph with the wind rushing by.
I bought a used 2004 with 39,800 miles on it and in amazingly good condition for about $18,000 hoping to have both a fun car to drive and an investment that would maintain or lose very little value over time.
I nailed it.
I show the car a few times a year and still find myself clearing my calendar when the weather is going to be good so I can take it for a nice long drive.
Drive it or store it?
Driving is a blast, but storing it will only increase the value (or bleeds out the value more slowly).
Wow . . .
I can't say anything comes to mind.
If you want something different, then buy a different car.
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