Sig P226 To Be A Classic or Not, Help
First post, I need some advice. I recently purchased a Sig P226 in 9mm as a Israeli Police/Military trade in. By the proof marks it is a 1987 model, shows moderate holster wear, had light frosty rust, worn OEM toy plastic grips, slide rails still show black with very little shiny metal in the frame rail, but the weapon cleaned up well. Other than the moderate holster wear cosmetic appearance, the weapon is flawless and shoots like it should, smoothhhhh and accurate by my standards. My primary pupose of buying this weapon was to simply add to the HG collection, shoot occasionally, add a Israeli firearm to my collection and brag to other Sig lovers that I have a West German Sig, woo hoo whatever that means.
Here is where I need help, other than replace the springs,
A.) Should I leave the firearm alone as to the costmetic problems cleaned up of course, keeping its original character, keeping it a classic like a barn find 68 Camaro Z28 all stock but in good running condition?
B.) Durakoat (Cerakote, etc.) the firearm to its original new condition, replace the well handled grips with like new OEM grips.
C.) Durakoat (Cerekote, etc.) to a dersert brown or other funky color, add night sights, replace the grips to desert mint SIG oem grips.