Just picked up a little project for myself after getting rid of my Mk2 Leon DSG diesel. I don't commute to work so only really need a weekend and social car, plus my kids are older now so I don't need a 5-door anymore, so I had the chance to get this 2006 Ibiza Cupra so I took it! On the surface I could see it needed work but I could see beyond the dirt and scratches and knew there was a really decent car underneath. 75k miles, HPi clear, extensive history, lots of invoices for stuff like timing belt, flywheel, tyres, etc. I've made a list of what needs done and am going to work my way through it, essentially I am going to restore it to near standard with some very minor and subtle OEM+ tweaks! First job was to replace the fuel filler flap which had bad lacquer peel on it. Fortunately I picked one up from Ebay for £15 in the right colour! 5 min job to swap. This is the only lacquer peel I can find on the car so that's good. Paint was surprisingly not that bad, I've dealt with far worse on customers cars! The interior is in very good condition, all the seats and carpets needed were a hot shampoo extraction clean and all other surfaces cleaned with anti-bacterial Gtechniq I2 Tri-Clean. Mats are going in the bin, new ones ordered. Exhaust needs changing back to a single oval and a centre silencer added. It's too 'boy racer farty'! Philips head unit is junk, replacing it with an OE Alana unit. New discs and pads all round. Nearside rear bumper has a light scuff. Before: After: Here are some after shots, spent a few hours today machine polishing. Engine bay was de-greased, hot rinsed and dressed. Headlamps need wet sanded and machined as they're a bit cloudy. Wheels are booked in for refurbishing, will get the new discs and pads on next weekend hopefully.