This may be better suited in the project log section xD but i'll post it here first! I thought i may aswell add my car to this forum (a la GOO style ) as it is always having work done and i try to take pictures of everything that goes on. Before i start with its next stage of 'evolution' thought i would add what has been done to this car so far! Its a 1989 Mini City thats had a hell of a lot of work and money spent on him, but only just starting to get to where i want him to be! ( Just keep changing my mind! ) It started off being plucked from a scrapheap...requiring major welding and an engine rebuild, luckily this was all done by a friend until he had to go to uni to which he sold it on to me....but thats another story...heres travis rolling! When i got a hold of it, the welding had been tidied, the paintjob and seats added, and also most of the interior also. To which it was then sold to me for £800 with some 13x7wellers without tyres thrown in ( more on them later) This is its first night at home in my garage, notice how over arched it looks! Running 5.5" wide wheels when it should be on 7's! So the first bits i had to tackle were the wheels as i can't be seen rolling on these steelies! ( They were balding / illegal ^_^ ) I got them in a nice rusty looking state, and so took a wire brush attachment for a drill to em! Took me about a day to clean them all up. Then a spray of primer and then white, a bit of laquer and bam, sexy wellers baby! Wrap up on yoko' a539's and we've got grip too! Next to tackle was the...shocking interior, note my 'security lock', a 6ft long motorbike link chain The interior was dirty grubby and grey, the best bits about it was the 12" Moutney Steering wheel, the metro recliner seats and the door handle set. I bought some MDF and some black leather made a dashboard and covered the doorcards and gave the carpets a good clean! This is where all my pics are a bit...in short supply, but in the mean time, i managed to get the rear metro seat covers, that match the front, sown onto the back seat covers I fitted a decent stereo, 2x amps, 6x9 Infinitys under seats, 12" infinity sub in the rear. Also a car computer and a 7" touchscreen in the front. A centre console with security light ( turns on when cars locked and off when not ) and added a 3 clock dial set. Enough talk, here are the pictures! Since this time...(march last year) i stripped the car after my windscreen smashed on the motorway as it got everywhere, and have changed my plans once again! First start was bucket seats! So this is the progress i have made so far on the dashboard front started life plain and simple, and i am trying to keep it that way! Made a bit of progress on the flip front today, especially as it was raining!