So I am probably going to buy a different car, need something different. I'll give a few of my choices and why, give me some opinions. Integra GSR- PROS-fairly cheap, can be made to be quite fast and would be a decent track car, cheap on gas. Nice step up from my current car, nicer in every way. Can drive in winter. CONS-theft, tired of Honda punkass image (i'm old). LTI-LSI Camaro-PROS, I have grown to love the small block, huge power potential and speed potential. needs a bit of work to be a decent track/street car (brakes..) CONS, gas milage, I vowed never to buy a GM vehicle ever again, GM quality, can't drive in winter. WRX- PROS, newer cars are always nice, good all-rounder, winter will be actually fun. Realiable (so I read..), turbo motor easy to get power out of. CONS, still expensive, expensive to mod, not a fan of AWD, not sure of its abilities as an Auto-X/track car with amount of $$ I would have to spend on it. Nissan 240- PROS, Rwd, cheap, lots of aftermarket, very capable on track/auto-x. CONS, old, not the best in winter, truck motor hard to get power out of. A truck- PROS, very usefull, I like them, no desire to mod, easier to haul around mountain bikes and motorcycles. CONS, its a truck, gas milage, no desire to mod, kinda boring. -Boots SIR- PROS, very nice car, realiable, gas milage, fairly quick, great daily driver. CONS, almost too nice in its current form to do what I will do to it at the track. Anymore decent cars I am missing? I have thought about a BMW, 1.8T VW, etc, but I am going to pound the shit out of whatever car I get so I ruled these out due to cost of parts/repair. Keep in mind that I am hoping to buy a car with a faster baseline lap around AMP than my current car, a 92 Civic Si with a fair amount of mods.