Finally got round to putting some pics up of the MR2. Not done any tracks yet, son became a dad so its put it a little on the back burner, and now we need to wait for the winter to be over as in the wet its deadly. After some polishing by me. All day. Finished with Werkstet Acrylic as it 25years old and has no clearcoat. Its just about as fast as the Porsche, and probably on a small track it might beat it. When we bought it, it had a horrible air scoop which was first thing to go. We have added the skirts, coilovers, seats, steering wheel, wheels, changed all the hoses, added digital oil temp, pressure and turbo boost gauges into the centre dash (they were on the drivers A pillar), changed the massive exhaust too, it now sounds nice. Another drivers seat as with helmets on there was no room so changed for a reclining bucket seat. Took off the boost controller - but plan to do something better soon, if "we" need it after some tracks. Next up is a roll cage prob, but only half (behind/above), as I wont be able to get out or probably in. The idea of the car was bonding with my son after my divorce. Its worked well and really brought us back together. Its been great working on an old school car where I recognise stuff. Downside its Japanese so there's no Haynes manual. As its 25+ years old, I have it on classic car insurance that's £150 a year, for a car that did 0-60 in 6secs 25 years ago !