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    S-line steering wheel, keep or not ?

    I am just about to have my new flat bottom steering wheel fitted
    ( Hi Matt ! )

    Question is shall i sell the original ( MFSW + Paddles )

    Or keep it ? , i seem to be ending up with all the parts i have taken off thinking i will put them back on when i sell it , but what's the point really.

    I intend on keeping the car for at least a year and all the bits are just sitting around.

    When you sell your car do you put it back to how it was or leave it ?

    IE : keep all the bits to put back on and sell how it was ? and try and sell the mod parts.

    I know that most dealers , if i go down that route ( part ex ) would just price it as standard.

    Thought welcome.

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    personally i always keep the bits to put it back to standard when selling this way you get money back on the mods.


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    i keep my standard bits and revert a car to standard before selling. That way i dont limit my market and make some money back on the mods!
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