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My MINI

  • My MINIs Year
    2010
  • My MINIs Type
    Cooper Convertible
  • My MINIs Body Color
    Horizon Blue
  • My MINIs Roof Color
    Black Cloth
  • My MINIs Name
    Black & Blue

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  1. Don't have proof of the BBQ grill, however here's a Dishwasher in my 2010 R57 in Jan of this year (hence snow on the ground). And yes, I was able to put the top up.
  2. Is it $100 for the event AND $58 to join the club?
  3. If it's as windy and cold tomorrow as it was today, is there an alternative lunch spot? Thx!
  4. "Look out" ?? I will sleep outside before my Mini does. All ribbing aside, enjoy your new ride!!
  5. I have 46,000 on my 2010 R57 Mini and my windshield is quite pitted. Mini dealer wanted $1350 to replace.....er, nope.
  6. Was a GREAT run! Could not have asked for better weather. Thanks to all!!!
  7. 2 for the winery. Is there a GXP file for this run for that map software that's listed here for runs?
  8. Perfect mid-life crisis car! As mine was one too! :-)
  9. I had seen some places/dealers on NAM (North American Motoring) quoted for much less.
  10. Do you have to register to attend the car show, or just show up? Thx!
  11. Nice!!! If I may ask, how much was it to do that?
  12. Absolutely. She is "Black & Blue" like her owner.
  13. A while ago, I signed my name (ok, maybe several signatures). It seemed so simple at the time. Then I drove home, and that’s when it started……the beginning of a 10 year love affair. She, like most of her brand, was a project. First was getting the fugly brown top replaced with a black one (thank you timely warranty swap). Then black rims, followed by black mirror caps and then black boot and bonnet stripes. Plasti-Dipping the grill, headlight and taillight surrounds was next, and very last, black headlight housings. Then she was done. She only has 118 horses under the bonnet, yet I haven’t wanted for more. However, she can be moody. I forgot her birthday and she rewarded me by completely erasing the programming on one of her computer modules. Yet, you treat her with respect and she’ll happily reward you with a grin that stretches from ear to ear. And she can even make me look halfway decent just by standing next to her. I love her a little more today than I did yesterday, and whether it’s rowing thru the gears, or taking a corner at speeds that would tip over a minivan, I’ll love her yet a little more tomorrow. Here’s to the last 10, and to the next 10. The 2010 Mini Cooper Convertible by BMW Midlife Crisis handled! Many Many thanks to Ali and her wonderful pictures!
  14. What year Mini did these come from? They changed TPMS sensors during the Gen 2's Thx
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