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2004 Mini Cooper on 2040-cars

Year:2004 Mileage:131094
Location:

Keyport, New Jersey, United States

Keyport, New Jersey, United States

I'm Selling my 2004 Mini Cooper base model. Here is the good as follows I bought this car back in March of 2013 I never got to drive the car. The car was in bad shape and needed a lot of work but I had a 2002 mini cooper base model which I lost the engine to water so I took all parts from one to the other and many new parts also resulting into a lot of money. I bought the car for $5500.00 and here is the list
Installed Spot mirrors $5.33
Installed Spark Plugs $21.36
Installed Rear Emblem $33.70
Installed Cabin Filter $16.04
Installed D/S Front Chrome Trim $25.04
Installed Rear Tail Gate Chrome Trim $14.70
Installed Aftermarket Cold Air Filter System $31.90
Installed Chrome Door Handle Cups $35.71
Installed Chrome Fog/Back up Trim $35.71
Installed P/S Front Chrome Trim $42.90
Installed Under Bonnet Eyes $11.77
Replaced Navigation System $329.00
Replaced Trans Cooler & Trans Lines $598.10
Replaced Trans $2800.00
Replaced Oil Pan & Gasket $137.89
Replaced Thermostat Housing & Gasket $50.48
Replaced Valve Cover Gasket $17.90
Replaced Radiator Support $325.99
Replaced Radiator $225.00
Replaced A/C Condenser $79.47
Replaced Harmonic Balancer $338.99
Replaced D/S Pad Sensor $16.00
Replaced Front D/S ABS Speed Sensor $30.01
Replaced Front & Rear Brakes & Rotors $200.00
Replaced All 4 Tires $400.00
Replaced All Panels In The Interior & Seats From 2002 Mini Cooper

Replaced All Wipers From 2002 Mini Cooper

Replaced Engine Computer $70.00

 As you can see lots of work was done to the car for a total of $5892.99 Plus Buying the car for $5500.00 A total of my investment $11,392.99 way over what the car is worth.
Here is the bad now I had the car at a shop and was told it need a trans since the car wouldn't get out of first gear so as you can see I had the trans replaced 3 times all with the same problem so I had the car taken to a mini dealer and was told the computer in the car is the wrong computer since the car will not get out of first gear and was told that I need a new computer so I bought a used computer and it seems you need it programed to the car and since I put that one in I knocked out the other computer so now the car will not start at all. I was told a new computer was $1500.00 plus programing and install time looking at $2000.00 total to do the job but not 100 percent to fix all problems so at this time I have bought another mini and decided to sell this one. This car has to be towed since the car will not start and drive due to the computer has to be programmed. The car has all options looking for a fair price for the car since I have over $11,000 invested plus my time. Thanks for looking and good luck.

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About three weeks prior to this brief yet balls-to-the-wall drive on the Spanish island of Mallorca, I saw that Mini USA announced pricing for the keenly anticipated Mini John Copper Works GP. And that number would be - *a-hem* - $39,950 for starters.
I am always intent upon finding the pinnacle of what a certain car promises me, and almost at any cost. Almost. When I think "steaming hatchback," I think of something exactly like this Mini GP, and the steep price doesn't squelch my pleasure. They're only building 2,000 of them anyway, and the units coming to the US will start arriving in owners' hands on March 16 of next year. These buyers will be extremely happy and remorse-free.
Five scorched laps at the very Mini-perfect Circuito Mallorca RennArena showed me all.

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French stuntman Guerlain Chicherit hit the ski slopes of Tignes, France over the weekend - not to enjoy the fresh snow but to perform the first-ever unassisted backlip in a car, which was teased last month.
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