Rear JCW style wing spoiler for Mini R56 all models.
Materials: Fibreglass Reinforced Plastic (FRP)
This JCW style roof spoiler is a direct replacement manufactured from high quality fibreglass reinforced plastic finished in matte black that can be painted or vinyl wrapped to match your car, it is mounted to the car via the original holes in the tailgate.
Materials: Fibreglass Reinforced Plastic (FRP) Carbon Fibre (CF)
This JCW style roof spoiler is a direct replacement manufactured from very high quality 3D twill weave carbon fibre for the blade with a gloss black underside and fibreglass reinforced plastic for the base which is finished in matte black that can be painted or vinyl wrapped to match your car, it is mounted to the car via the original holes in the tailgate.
FITTING SERVICE - MW-UK can fit this item if you bring your car to our workshops.
This fits R56 MINI models.
Please allow 3 - 4 weeks for delivery. Some large items like bonnets and spoilers are made to order and cannot be cancelled.
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