So I've gone and bought myself a banger as although I love my S14, I want to have a go at twinning and down hill drifting which I've always been wary about in the S14 due to it's value (build thread here). So this Saturday just passed I traveled down to Bournemouth and picked up my new beater. The purpose of this car is to A) have extremely cheap "no shits given" fun and B) give the Mrs a go at learning to drift. It's a '94 Volvo 940 2.0 Wentworth Estate on 166k with no service history and a few months MOT. The car itself cost less then a set of coilovers for the S14 so I already feel like I'm onto a winner. I'm debating whether to spend £30-40 on some service parts to give it half a chance at surviving which include: - 10w40 Oil - Oil Filter - Air Filter (S2000 OEM Cone) - Fuel Filter - NGK Spark Plugs - Power Steering Belt Other than the servicing I plan to fit: - 2.5" straight through exhaust - Boost gauge - Manual boost controller at 10-12 PSI - Weld diff - Bucket seats / harnesses - Completely strip - Hydro (Budget dependent / if I like it) - Lower car - Chip - Suede deep dish steering wheel I already have everything minus the bucket seats and chip and I'm not sure how to lower the car. I've had a few ideas and suggestions from friends which include heating the springs and allowing them to set lower (never tried this before), filling the shocks with extremely thick oil (never tried this before) and have been advised heavily against cutting them. Considering a set of springs are £130+ off eBay I might leave it at standard ride height (boat for the win). As for the engine, it drove back absolutely fine, no problems at all. It's the 2.0 B200FT lump which is supposed to be the better block of the two (compared with the B230FT) in terms of tuning. Internals are good for 350bhp, not that I'll ever get near that. I'm hoping for near 200bhp as possible with as much weight removed as possible (1300kg would be nice but I'm doubtful it'll get under 1500kg even with the interior completely gone minus the dash). First batch of updates will be this weekend (stripping and diff welding). After that's been done, if I take a liking to it I'll order the servicing filters, plugs etc and crack on with getting everything else done. Cheers for reading.