WOT R53 :: 2006 MINI Cooper S

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  1. mckchr67

    mckchr67 New Member

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    WOT R53 :: 2006 MINI Cooper S (2012-11-22 23:37:58)
     
  2. Naughty_Dog

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    That Space Blue looks so hard with the black trim! Nice ride! :Thumbsup:
     
  3. MCS02

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    That is really one nice looking R53! :Thumbsup:
     
  4. Nathan

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    Garage of the Day 10/31/13
     
  5. ColinGreene

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    Looks bad ass dude, I like the bmw as well.
     
  6. 00Mini

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    A great looking R53 with some nice mods !!
     
  7. mrntd

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    Random garage.
    Nice R53
     
  8. Dave.0

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    I agree that is a damn nice R53 with a cool color combo. :Thumbsup:
     
  9. Savvy

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    Very sharp. I dig the wheels... wouldn't want to clean them though.
     
  10. ColinGreene

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    They are like the same to clean as my E30, Savvy dont you just have dave clean your wheels?
     
  11. Savvy

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    No. He just likes to pressure wa(r)sh clean spots on them. I actually don't mind getting my hands dirty... unlike some.
     
  12. Dave.0

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    Cleaning wheels is easy with Dodo Juice Ferrous Dueller Iron Remover. You do not even need a pressure washer.

    Sonax and Sonax plus used to be the best but this stuff beats them both hands down and it's safe for your paint.

    I have sprayed my whole car down after claying and it pulls stuff out of the paint even the best clay cannot pick up.

    Also this guys has great looking R53. :Thumbsup: (This is his thread after all) :rolleyes:
     

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