We're getting close to roadworthy
with my W Reg Silver V6 156. She has red/ oxblood (?) leather which needs a little t.l.c.(recolouring in high wear spots)
I would really appreciate some opinions and advice about a basic approach to uprating her appearance, before going in entirely the wrong-direction from the off. I'd thought of slight-lowering of her suspension and fitting sideskirts (has none, currently) and, perhaps, front-spoiler.
Don't want to go 'boy-racerish' (am 63 years), but don't want to miss this opportunity to get away from making a 'staid' impression.
Is it better to work hard/spend out on re-establishing the intended 'look', replacing fadeds, corrodeds, etc?
Have found a set of teledial alloys which, because they need stripping & recoating, offer an opportunity to do something slightly different.
Thank you for reading and, in advance, for any help that you might offer