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Discussion in 'Member Garages' started by BlimeyCabrio, May 2, 2012.
Oh NO! For the love of all that's good and decent! Please NO!
Don't put Lucas parts in a MINI!!!
Hmmm.... I wonder what these are for?
Hmmmm.... I wonder what's in the box?
a pi$$ed-off porcupine?
A pair of really soft black microsuede porcupines...
^^^^ very nice
After a while you won't be able to believe you sat in those MINI beach chairs for so long.
Step 2 in the transmogrification....
Dropping him off at the place where dreams come true...
You cut the top off to put the seats in.........a little drastic don't ya think
Oh my...no Union Jack design in the seats. You're slipping Paul.
The harnesses will continue the theme... don't worry.
Transmogrification Step 3 - the big one
Time to paint this weekend!
The front reinforcement plates, at the seat belt anchor points - the strongest place to weld to. Now with massively more strength.
Rear reinforcement plates, on the structural beam between the rear wheels.
The junction behind my petite little head I want to protect:
The Brey Krause seat back brace:
Very nicely made roll bar. May you never use it.
This is going to be one bad convertible!
Go big or go home!
Sweet Mr Paul!!
Are you going for some extreme road mountain road runs or are you tracking wheel to wheel?
Nice installation, looks tidy.
NASA and SCCA time trials and hillclimbs
And you must have a bar for VIR track days
No wheel-to-wheel in this car
Blimey :: 2006 MINI Cooper S Convertible
Keep your eyes open for Level 3 Track Trials at Roebling Road Raceway near Savannah, GA, in mid-November.
Transmogrification Step 4
And Step 5