Just bought a little Honda Logo for a winter runabout and to save my 1st Generation MX5 from the Scottish Winter. I was going to buy a hardtop and just run the Mazda but that was going to be over £600 by the time I found a good one and had it painted etc. So started looking about for something decent for under £1000. Having previously owned two Jazz's (one 2nd hand & one new) I am a fan of the marque. So when I seen a local advert for a one lady owner, 35k miles car with a full dealership history I very quickly called up and went along to see it. Now I know it doesn't exactly ooze street cred but for my requirements I think it's spot on. It has a few battle scars from being owned by an elderly lady but mechanically it is completely sorted. I needed a car that was economical, reliable and cheap to tax and insure. I'm well into my 40's but have only run cars on classic insurance and bikes. So I had no, no claims bonus to use on my car for the winter. My circumstances have changed and now I need to drive to work rather than commute by train. I done some research on the car the night before I went to see it and it really did receive some appalling reviews. But that was measured against more modern designs of the time like the Fiesta and the Polo. But 14 years later in a sub £1000 market saturated by cars that wouldn't look out of place in a scrap yard then it ticks a load of boxes for me. Added to that it's also a Honda so well built and it's a bit quirky and not a common site on the roads. I've very quickly got quite attached to the wee thing and from just treating it as a runner. I have now decided to have the few bodywork bumps and scrapes attended to and fitting a nice set of JDM Enkei 14" J-Speeds. I had purchased these for the Mazda but I'm pretty sure they'll fit straight on the Logo as I think they are both 4x100 fitments? Anyhow I had a quick look about on google for info and parts support but not much doing for this pretty much unloved model. So any advice for parts etc will be much appreciated.