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Just curious (or want to know what I can do to them, if I did the mod) what you did to the original / stock parts, like mufflers, pulley, air boxes, wheels or springs, etc. after you'd installed the customized parts? Did you throw them away, store them in your garage in case you need them later, or put them up on EBay, etc.?
 

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I made the mistake of selling my OE parts, bad idea. Been a hell of a lot of effort and expense sourcing them back when i decided to sell my Renault Clio (no one buys modified cars!). OE parts are often more expensive than aftermarket, they may look, and be crap but they're pure gold i tell thee!

With the Mini, i will be buying as and when i can afford.

-Rob
 

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I keep mine. I have them stashed in an old filling cabinet.

So far I have:

1 set of OEM rear lights
1 high level brake light
1 Cooper fuel filler neck, cap and door.
1 set of black wing mirror covers
1 set of black side vents and orange lenses
1 set of orange front indicator bulbs
1 set of red internal door reflectors
1 set of Cooper brake, clutch and throttle pedals
1 L/H silver radio/dash console leg
1 pair of Cooper sideskirts
1 set of MINI floor mats
1 OEM paper air filter

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