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    Advice needed about Aftermarket Parts Value

    Hi guys,

    Iím a complete Mini newbie, so hello! I think Iíve posted this thread in another section by accident, so mods if it doesnít fit there or here please let me know.

    I recently bought my wife an R56 Cooper S, which had quite a few aftermarket parts on it. Weíve taken it back to stock and are now looking to sell the parts weíve taken off. I know very little about cars so Iím just wondering if you guys could advise on what the parts might be worth? Please see the attached pictures as I canít tell what condition they are in.

    As far as I can tell they are:

    Meister R Zeta Pro coilovers x4
    Evolve Decat Downpipe (not sure of model?)

    I also have a full JCW exhaust which I canít take pictures of right now - again not sure what itís worth?


    Hopefully someone might be able to help out as I have no idea what Iím looking at!

    Thanks
    Max

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    Great way around the members only selling rule

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    Quote Originally Posted by R53-Luke View Post
    Great way around the members only selling rule
    I’m feeling some sarcasm but I’m not trying to sell them on here - I’d buy a membership to do that. I just have no idea what these kind of parts are worth in this condition, as I say I really don’t know much about cars! So was just looking for some advice is all

    Also, what’s a Hobo Alert?

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    It is to alert others that you may be a cheap-skate.

    Don't take it too seriously, it is all done tongue-in-cheek.

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    Firstly you need to clean those coilovers up to show them at their best as that dirt could be hiding rust etc. Used Meister R coilovers normally go from £350 - £500 dependent on condition.

    R56 downpipes sell from around £70 to £100.

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    those coilovers in that state won't command much I suspect, springs look at risk of breakage and the bodies need some attention so to me maybe 140-200 if you stick them on ebay or whatever, if you can free them off, someone might pay more.
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