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Topic # 240223 27-Aug-2018 14:59
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Found this weird bag in the GFs used mini cooper... anyone able to identify?

 

Some parts of it seem to be made from the same material as the seatbelts.

 

The official mini badge on it.

 

 

 

Thinking it could be for the service manual and other paperwork belonging to the car?

 

 

 

https://ibb.co/gWNvxp

 


https://ibb.co/ccJPq9

 

 


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  Reply # 2079775 27-Aug-2018 15:03
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I was thinking manuals or tyre inflation kit 





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  Reply # 2079777 27-Aug-2018 15:06
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Could be. But there is a spare wheel mounted under the car.


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 2079851 27-Aug-2018 16:44
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Does it have a removable sunroof panel???





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  Reply # 2079918 27-Aug-2018 18:53
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no sunroof.

 

 

 

Should've mentioned it's also a convertible...


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  Reply # 2079920 27-Aug-2018 19:02
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  Reply # 2079963 27-Aug-2018 20:48
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andrewNZ: @FireEngine might be the winner

https://goo.gl/images/yyY5a4

 

Hehe - can I claim a prize Lol

 

 

 

 





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  Reply # 2080010 27-Aug-2018 21:33
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Nice thanks!


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  Reply # 2080330 28-Aug-2018 15:37
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Much classier bag than that used by the New Zealand branch of the Ford Motor Company in the 1970's.  If you bought a brand new Ford car in those days the jack and tyre lever would be put in a brown 'sugar bag'.  I kid you not!


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