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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old May 19th, 2019, 05:00 AM Thread Starter
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New owner of an R55 Clubman. Bought it all in pieces, ohk, engine only in pieces, but yet to drive it as I need an engine transplant. #1&4 collapsed - so will explore engineering vs transplant.

This will in actual fact be my 2nd Mini. Few moons ago I gave away a Bullnose to a friend, so its gonna be interesting tinkering and driving the Cooper S.


I've loved the info and interactions on this forum which is I I decide to formally join & participate rather than watch from the sidelines only

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I discovered cable-ties when I laid under her belly!
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Wow impressive, you've done that with all the pieces you bought.

Wasn't sure what a bullnose was until I searched.

Morris bullnose? Cost alot of money to buy one in the UK.

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Wow impressive, you've done that with all the pieces you bought.

Wasn't sure what a bullnose was until I searched.

Morris bullnose? Cost alot of money to buy one in the UK.
Well, here is what it really looked like when I saw it in the metal 7 days ago. Winter is upon us this side of the world, so this will give me some time to tinker on her a few hours a week as the sun sets after work over a cuppa soup.

Yeah, even out here, a well preserved Mini fetches a good few Bobs! Living up in Jo'burg means quite a number of old cars are rust free compared to the guys down at the coast.

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