As an automotive enthusiast ages, he/she tends to go through a maturing process in their tastes. No longer consumed with the need for speed, the mature enthusiast's mind opens to the endless possibilities of vehicles available. Patiently accepting of flawed design or inception. Recognizing purity and intent of purpose. Honestly realizing that their collector vehicles will see limited, if any, street use- and that if they do that the fuel bill will not be prohibitive. And affirming one can have enjoyment in a rare collector car without exceeding the value of their home.
But lets face it, the best thing about Microcars is that you can have a lot of them. Normal garage limitations do not apply here...park them sideways, upways, anyways...you can always squeeze one more into the collection. And at this cheap entry price, it won't squeeze you.