Ok guys Im starting a new job for a Seat dealer as a salesman on monday. Its a large career change from a financial advisor!!! The new job comes with a car officially it will be a 1.4 ibiza for company car tax reasons but it's really take whatever I want off the forecourt home (within reason) I currently have a Alfa 156 and have been driving for a year this month. my insurance runs out in september. The Alfa is a 2001Y 1.8TS with all options apart from satnav, The front has some stone chips on as it was a company car and a few minor imperfections in the paint around the car with 90k on the clock. I reckon it to be worth in the region of £3500. I would love a convertible for the summer but I want some thing that isnt going to cost me a crazy sum. I figure I'm gonna have a rather boring car as a company car but it will be practical so the skys the limit basically for impracticality. The options Option 1 I could be sensible and sell the alfa, put the money in a savings account and drive my company car which would save me around £180 in petrol and £120 in insurance a month. i could then maybe save up and get something really nice for next summer. The lack of no-claims may kill me though. Option 2 I could drive the company car over the summer keep the alfa and get my no-claims in september. ( or possibly sell the alfa now buy a rot box and transfer the insurance to this till september and have my no claims) and then buy something like a lotus 7 type car ( but it would be totally out of thier driving season in sept.) Option 3 I could use the company car for the commuting and sell the alfa and buy a mk-1 MX-5 or something similar for the weekend now. Now im not flush but I do love my cars. I dont drink alot and my main interest is in cars. I would be prepared to do any of these options but would it be worth the money for the more expensive ones in your opinion? I am more than prepared to listen to any more options which you guys think I might have.