I'm finally going to be bringing Robbie home after he went to live with my mum nearly 2yrs ago! Here's the old thread about him: http://www.evvo.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?t=9132 And what he currently looks like: This weekend Steve and I went over to Kent in the T5 to pick up a genuine New Beetle Cup body kit. For those of you who aren't familar with them, this is what they look like: <o></o> <o></o> And this is the kind of look I want for Robbie: <o></o> <o>The aim is to make him look a bit like a road legal cup car. I'm not planning to go all out with 4wd conversions (were the cup cars 4wd? I know the RSIs were) or anything like that - I want a car that I can use and have fun in. He's not going to be a show car, or a race car - just something to have a lot of fun in </o> All the Beetle Cup cars are petrol, and Robbie is infact a diesel. So, I'm going to build Robbie as what I think VW may have done if they'd built Beetles for their TDi Cup: <o></o> <o>And if you're wondering - yep, the stripes will be staying! It wouldn't be Robbie without some stripes! Plus I'll be putting on a load of sponsorship type stickers to make him look more like the ones you see on the track. </o> I've set the kit up in the garden (I couldn't resist!): <o> </o> <o></o> <o></o>So that's where I'm up to with him. I'll post more as I collect parts and when I bring him home. <o></o> Really excited about this <o></o> I know a few on here have fitted Cup car or RSI kits, so if anyone has any pearls of wisdom, I'd really appreciate some tips so far I've found out that you can modify 06 on Beetle indicators to fit, or mk3 Golf indicators and some kind of Seat Cupra grills can be made to fit the front?