Thought I'd create a new thread here to start a story of all modifications to this car under it. So, here goes, done so far since I got the car exactly two weeks ago: Cleaned and painted the rear brake drums First I cleaned all the loose dirt and rust, then used a metal drill brush and finally treated the rear brake drums with brakleen and painted them with black zinc-phosphate high-temperature spary paint. Small detail, but a nice touch. Surprisingly laborious though, took about three hours in all. New stainless steel mesh radiator grille Original plastic grille was broken and even some pieces were missing. New stainless steel mesh radiator grille from a Dutch company Cabrio Supply adds some bling, but still with good taste, I like this new smile. Noticed while installing the new grille that the front bumber has taken some hits that might have also bent the very light and delicate aluminium hood. The gap between the grille and the hood is not even, but to fix this completely I think it would require a new front bumber and maybe a hood too. So, I'll just ignore that for now.. Anyway, this must be one of the easiest mods there is for Copen, took less than 10 minutes! New radio-navigator-computer unit As the old, there-when-bought, Pioneer head unit was just constantly displaying a reverse-camera warning on a black screen I decided to get one of those not-very-expensive Chinese head units running Android. I got an Xtrons unit off Ebay and it shipped (from UK by the way) in about a week, I chose a model with Android 8 and a lot of RAM and FLASH to avoid getting a sluggish feeling thing and maybe to prolong its usable lifetime. Installation was rather straightforward plug-and-play, old unit out, new unit in type of business. Most time went went to mechanically attaching the unit to the dash and prying the cables inside the cramped space.. The new head unit booted right up, and now there's navigation, web browsing, Play Store, bluetooth handsfree, etc. and it even plays music too! Lot to configure and play with on this thing, maybe I'll follow up with the features on this thing later when I've had some time to play around with it.. This mod took a good three hours I think. Well, hmm, what next?