Im so sorry for the late reply. When i posted my last message it showed an error, so i didn't think it had been sent. Just logged on tonight and found all your Amazing replies. I didn't even get a notification saying people had posted.
So the update.......
Got a pretty large list of parts required from the garage. Including a clutch, clutch pedal, clutch slave, header tank, water pump, radius arms, oil pressure switch and wheel bearing. Most of these bits i kind of expected, the only thing that causing me issues are the wheels. All the parts are now on order from Mini Spares, Mini Sport and Somerford Mini.
So it looks like mine may not be a full on sports - I only have the clock in the walnut dash and not the other two additions. Also just one set of spot lamps. I do believe the arches are Rover fitted, as the mechanic pointed out the thicker edge on the arches. He seemed to think they were genuine. One slight curve ball is the front end. I know the front panel has been replaced as they fitted the wrong one! The corners don't quite fit and have been badly bodged to fit up to the arches. It is strong, so something i will have replaced at some point.
With regards to the wheels, they do look genuine from the front and i haven't had a chance to get them off yet. However, i did briefly have a look behind with an inspection mirror and couldn't see any rover markings. The wheels are in pretty poor condition though and two of the tyres are bald, So i guess it would make more sense to replace them. Only thing is, what do i replace them with. The other strange thing is black circles (An online tyre supplier if you don't know) list my registration as having 12" wheel as standard, and they are usually pretty accurate.
The car is back with me for the moment while i wait for the part to arrive. Im planning to do some more investigating tomorrow. I know there are front spacers and rear spacers (in addition to the drum spacers) fitted to my car, so its all starting to smell a little fishy. With regards to the camber, MiniSport did mention that it might have negative camber robs fitted, which looks very likely as that should be the only thing to effect the camber, and there is nothing to adjust.
The plan is to get the garage to sort out the basics to make him road worthy, then get to a proper mini specialist to help me out. Only thing is i need to sort the wheels out first because of the bald tyres.
ukcooper - Log book says Cooper. I didn't think they said sport pack?
miniireland - I think its just these negative camber rods fitted.
Itsaminithing - thanks for the link, not quite sure how they fit, but i do plan on investigating. Genuinely not sure what i have, as the arches look genuine Rover fitted, but the other bits you mention are missing.
midasmk1 - thanks for that - might explain black circles 12" option.
tmsmini - 175 / 50 / R13 / 72v
To everyone who said change the garage - Yep thats the plan as soon as they make hime drivable again. I can do basic mechanics, but i made a deal with my wife that i would let the garage make the car safe and roadworthy before really using him. My last Mini was pretty rough, so she wants this one safe (as a mini can be lol)
To everyone else - thank you all for the comments - please keep the help coming and i will defiantly respond quicker