1987 BMW 325i. Frazer Spowart.

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There’s something about your first car: you want it to last forever.

Ah, some cynics amongst us I see! Think about it though: the freedom of the road; the thrill of having your own car; driving here, there and pretty much anywhere just for some more time behind the wheel. So swept up by these ideals do we become that our first car can seemingly last forever. It doesn’t.

David Durrant though would disagree. As this video from Frazer Spowart shows, he’s had his 1987 BMW 325i since he was 18-years-old and still drives it everyday.

Our thanks to Ralf Becker

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