For really crappy headlights wash them (rubbing alcohol works good) then use 400>600>1200>2000>2500 (all wet and alternating sanding direction with each grit) then use a cutting compound and finish with a uv protector so they don't go yellow again within a few months.
So all the brake pipes and flexi are finally in with thread sealer and I'm hoping the MOT guy doesn't mind that everythings just zip tied as I had no more clips... Ran out of long pipe too so theres two unions, touch wood they don't complain about those either.
You mean like the DIY kits? You're basically just replacing the box with a pipe. On these cars the benefit is pretty much just a sound change, I doubt you'd see a noticeable difference even with a shielded high flow intake.
Depends what you want it for. If its pretty rust free and doesn't look like its been patched up then they do make the perfect run around. Suspension wise I'd say 80k + 17 years old will probably need replacing within the next 18 months or so. Mine only has half that mileage but will need done in...