Mr Grand slam
Knowing the roads you're talking about (and the number of cameras) I'd say something that gives smiles at whatever speed:). hence my first two selections...
very old (and if you're under 6') and definitely only when sunny, but guaranteed to make you smile and wet yourselves in equal measure (watch for potholes!)MG Midget - 1275 MkII or III
(I just happen to have a MKIII!)
Old (any size drivers and most weathers)Porsche 924
s - the 's' is the porsche engined one (the vw engined one's are going up in value NOW so this could be a good investment and c£3k should get a minter)
A 944 lux (if mint) or a decent s2 (beware maintenance costs on all these but a lot is DIY-able)
Most have the big lift-out sunroof so you can semi-targa it (i just happen to have a 968)
Best 'Q' car (all weather and stupidly quick, fun in an OMG kind of way)Legacy GTB or b4
(estate / saloon) - like a grown up impreza (without the unkudos)
Most underratedAccord Type 'R'
(now seriously cheap but relatively big)
Best quality / speed / weather (but not really fun?)Audi S3
(8l model preferably in nogaro blue)
An Mx5 is likely going to fit like the proverbial, so I'm just thinking what I'd choose for the A465
Hope Warbs is fit soon as!
Like a fish ever needed a bicycle anyway...MTB: '89 MF Alu Team Pro,'88 Muddy Fox Courier,, '92 Orange Elite (now 17"!), '04 Kona Fire Mountain (now Son's), '96 Muddy Fox Ranger home-build (son's), Specialized RockHopper '92 (Ad's retro-build) ,'02 Kona Scrap Special Edition OB (3rd Son's), 1989 Orange Clockwork (Gone!?)
ROAD 2013 Orange CarbO ,2012 Basso Devil (3rd son's), Colnago CLX3.0 Di2 self-build