Not very many - I'm rubbish at cleaning it tbh.
Nurse holidays are better than mine I think:
I took this at Combe:
It's a manual 850R (most were auto as it was a non-cost option) from 1996.
The differences between this and the standard T5 were the front bumper with it's pronounced lower lip, a bigger turbo, better flowing manifold, larger injectors, viscous-LSD, and a leather and alcantara interior.
I've had the engine rebuilt, replacing the rods with H-beam units (that won't bend, unlike the originals), the rings were replaced when the engine was apart and the head was given a valve job and ported, and the intake and exhaust manifold where gasket-matched.
The car came with a 16T Mitsu turbo, it's now got a (brand new) 20T, the injectors are VXR units, and the intercooler is significantly larger unit than the original.
The standard exhaust is very restrictive, so that went in the bin and it's got a 3" downpipe into 100 cell race cat, then 2.5 to the rear bumper with two straight-through mufflers.
All the intake pipework has been upgraded, the MAF is now in a custom 90mm housing and the charge pipework is now running reversed, so over the engine to the intercooler, then from the bottom of the intercooler straight into the throttle body (which is larger than standard).
It's probably around 100 to 120 horsepower up on what it was originally meant to have when it left the factory, which means that the 328mm floating discs/four pot AP Racing brakes are a good idea.
I just wish it'd wash and polish itself!