New Blog Post - Building the Ultimate R56: Weekend & Road Warrior

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  1. AM_AUTOS

    AM_AUTOS New Member

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    Building the Ultimate R56

    If money was no object this is how my JCW would look like

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    I apologies for being an inactive member due to personal reasons

    I cant write when I am upset or sad.

    I have lost too many family and close friends this year and it has taken a toll on my heart.

    This is just a post to get me back into the swing of writing and before the MTTS 14 write up

    Building The Ultimate R56: Weekend & Road Warrior | JCW Adventures
     
  2. MCS02

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    Sorry to hear its been a bad year. I pray things improve!

    The Mini looks good!
     
  3. 00Mini

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    Very interesting build specs !!
     
  4. vetsvette

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    Interesting dreams list. I also enjoyed your article on the AEM intake. Hated to part with mine when I traded cars.
    For myself though, if money was no object... I would have a new Lingenfelter Z06.
     
  5. Eric@Helix

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    Car looks good. If you lived in Philly, you'd leave that front splitter in the first pothole you drove over. :D
     
  6. AM_AUTOS

    AM_AUTOS New Member

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    Splitter would become an issue as there are alot of speed humps and potholes on my commute.

    The money no object was limited to the R56 MINI but if it was truely no limit then straight to Italy to get a Pagani Zonda to my spec

    I am in a better place now and things are looking up

    Thanks for your comments and support
     

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