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"Our most powerful performance option is now available on MINI Clubman, Countryman, Convertible and 3-door Hatch. Boasting up to 306 horsepower, the John Cooper Works line is developed for those who demand the ultimate in performance engineering and styling. The John Cooper Works family is reinvigorated by the new MINI Clubman John Cooper Works 306 HP and MINI Countryman John Cooper Works 306 HP so there’s no need to compromise when it comes to performance or size." Click the following link and search JCW for more information: https://www.mini.co.uk/en_GB/home.html *info direct from MINI.co.uk.
So as you all have seen I've replaced the R56 Cooper S with an absolutely stunning Kite Blue R59 JCW. I know the R59 is a bit of a Marmite car and the Kite Blue adds to that.. But I dig it! So here's the start of my build thread. Nothing to report on as of yet and I'll be taking it slow until the warranty runs out but the GP2 diffuser and Team Dynamics alloys are on the cards for this month as they're just cluttering up the shed. Really looking forward to the show season this year and praying for a great summer! ☀ Have some picture spam because I'm chuffed with it 😋
So, picked up my new MINI today. It's been a long long time coming that's for sure, and I couldn't be happier. It's a MINI Cooper S in Dark Silver with matching roof and "ears" lol. It has the dealer fitted JCW pack, number 364 which includes the induction kit, JCW exhaust and the remap. It's mechanically sound, pulls like a train, mmmmmmm Interior wise it's full leather, aircon and heated seats for next years winter months lol. I've already upgraded the interior lighting, but dash light wise that will follow in time, when I have time haha. Body wise it's not perfect, which doesn't bother me to badly. But it's a MINI I will be keeping for many many years to come, but I will get it to my usual standards. A bonus for me is the aerokit, but I'm sure one morning I'm gonna wake up with Donna detaching it to fit on her own lol. I've got it home, gave it a good wash and clean behind the ears. A good once over and I'm over the moon. I think me rambling on here shows that...sorry lol So yep, This shall be the start of my build thread, with plenty more to come Simon