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Rescued a ZR 160 but what is the correct thing to do?

Hi everyone I am new to MG (but have always wanted one) and to this forum stuff, but super excited to get hold of a MG ZR 160 in Xpower grey!

The vehicle has been sitting for over 3 years but apart from the obvious things like brakes and tyres it is in good shape.

My intentions are to restore it and make it look a 100% but I just do not know where to start. My research shows that from factory you could choose Xpower options as upgrades. Is it worth replacing necessary parts with Xpower upgraded options? Would this make the vehicle more appealing/desirable or would it just appear as a 'Racer'?

Overall very excited to get Cambelt and all filters changed but any other advice you guys can help with will be great.
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