I'd probably get a car after the summer holidays. I'm still thinking about many models but some of them are a bit too expensive and/or hard to find/import, so I will end up getting whatever I find.
Suzuki Cappuccino - Cheap to buy, cheap to keep and fun to drive, so it would be a good project car. The perfect way of having fun not spending too much.
Daihatsu Trevis - Damn slow but I just love the funky looks, is cheap and practical.
Daihatsu Copen 1.3 - Always loved this little thing, is like a modern and refined Cappo. Too bad is FWD, that's what's keeping me away from it.
Mazda MX5 1.8 NB - Nothing wrong with this car, we all know how good they are. For some reason I just like it but I don't love it.
Honda S2000 - Probably my favorite. Driving pleasure, high reving engine and great sound.... Probably the three things that I care most. Slightly over my budget thought (for a low mileage one).
Toyota Supra TwinTurbo MkIV - I just love the looks and the engine, and appreciate the extra seats. Is not a very realistic option though, not easy to find and most of them have way too high mileage.
Mazda RX8 - Quite affordable nowadays, decent performance, cool sound, high reving engine, great looks and all this with 4 seats and a decent boot. What else do I need? I'm just a bit scared about the realiabilty, even though I read a lot about them and everything should be ok, I don't know if I could live with the fear that any random day the engine could die.
Honda Integra Type R DC2 - Always loved this one. Is a FWD, but one of the best. I'm using a Mazda MX3 V6 at the moment so switching to the Integra would basically be like modding the Mazda to race specs. Not enough difference to justify the purchase to be honest.
Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VI: It's been my favorite car for many years when I was a kid, especially the Tommy. They're only cheap in UK, but not that cheap if you add all the expenses of importing one, plus is not easy to homologate them in Spain if they are JDM imports, plus fuel consumption is just insane in a country where you pay 2 euro / litre.
Still a couple of months to decide! It would be my daily drive btw.