Hi everyone.... I'm fairly new to this forum, but have been a member on another forum for some while. As a result of finding small "issues" and upgrades which I wanted sorting on my Z3 I have several mods and upgrades which I have developed over the past couple of years. Southernboy's BMW Z3 Modification Product Page Link There is a really effective seat belt guide fix which firstly prevents the guide from ever breaking and if already broken, will rigidly hold it in the correct position negating the need to replace it. I also have made clear headlight indicator lenses to replace the amber OEM fittings. The lenses I supply are exactly as per the OEM units including the 2 clips required that hold it in the correct position. Then there is the seat lift mod I have developed which is specifically for the Z3. It has the correct shape to fit into the floor and for the seat slide to fit into it. This cancells any possible lateral slip at the mating surfaces when bolted down, making it as safe as the OEM fastening. Lastly I have 2 options for center armrest fitting. I have an armrest which can be fitted to the BMW center storage / cup holder and one which doesn't require the OEM cup holder, but which still provides a cup holder that folds away under the padded armrest. It is important to note that none of these mods requires any alteration to the OEM status of your car, and only the seat belt guide fix requires a small drill for the special plastic thread forming screws which hold the fitting to the guide. All these items are top quality and the finishes are real leather, anodised aluminium, EN8 steel and acrylic. I have strived to produce products that will provide excellent fit, easy for the average DIY Z3 owner and durability, whilst offering them at a price which makes them affordable and less expensive than alternate options. All the items I have come with detailed fitting instructions and where needed I have included pics to assist my written guide. As an example. The seat belt guides cost around £ 28 each and require considerable effort in replacement - seat removal / upholstery removal etc.. My fix costs £ 25 for both seat guides, and permanently maintains the integrity of the guides. I think you have a fair idea now that my effort has been directed at offering Z3 owners the opportunity to improve the aesthetics, comfort and drive-ability of their cars at realistic cost. I'm hoping that some of you will take up some of these items which will go towards amortising the outlay I have made in molds, machining, design and research to gather all the required parts etc. Gary has kindly provided a link to these items so that I don't have to duplicate pics / details etc etc.