I'm no car connoisseur, nor an expert. But I have been dreaming of this set for four wheels every Sunday that its features best suits for this certain day of week.
For me, Sunday is about recollecting what happened for the whole week or even way beyond. One of the reasons might be is it's the day we go to church to report and to have time to meditate for the highest being. Because of this, we can't help but to feel nostalgic. And there's no better way to mate this sensation with a car that has 60s curves. I prefer relax, a bit non-sporty and kinda-small for unexpected traffics. Maybe a Ford Zephyr, a Toyopet Crown Custom, Subaru 360, or Citroen 2CV. Yet these may not keep up with the current normal performances of the present cars, and the fuel consumption of these old engines are below par as well. Since this Sunday car that I want is not about restoring nor keeping everything fresh (I love to keep another same car anyway, for restoration thing), I will make everything underneath this beautiful shell something that is what is the future has.
Since I will use it someday with my future kids, might as well make it something that will help to alleviate the carbon-and-heat-energy spewing habits of typical humans, so that the air for their future is at least cleaner than what it could be for my future son and/or daughter. Its heart will be a 70kw electric DC motor powered by lithium ion battery. It will be torque-tuned for carrying loads, speed is not important, top speed of 130 is enough. Remember, it's all about relax and easy feeling. Steering, pedals, and shifters might look like vintage but not in performance. The entertainment system and A.C unit will be strategically concealed inside the dashboard and it will not ruin the wooden trims and chrome accents. And one thing about these old bodies are their less canopy-ish windows and windshield, these helps a lot for better view.
How will I charge its battery and maintain its "nature friendly" status? It will be charged by solar panels. Its charging may take a day but it's okay, again, it's just a car for Sundays. I will use a gas misser car or even an E-bike for weekdays, and my Machine-desu for Saturdays.
My next job will define this if this is a plan or just a dream. But for now, I will enjoy seeing some jeepneys in our place that has vintage curves and haven't modified just to look like modern vehicles.