1, 2, 3, Z4 M Coupe!

Happy Friday!  We are back with our regularly scheduled programming after our special edition featuring The Vintage last week. And we've got a bit of bimmer goodness to start off your weekend!  Before we get to the details, a quick reminder about our upcoming event.  Our 9th Annual Open House is Saturday, June 18th!  Get event details and RSVP here!  As a sign of our sincere appreciation for our customers, friends, and supporters, we'll have delicious food, prizes, and a car show. We hope to see you here! 

Sometimes I don't mind rainy days, especially when there are some cool cars to photograph!  

And now for some cars! Let's get right to this sleek silbergrau metallic  2007 Z4 M coupe! She was in for a pre-track inspection, as well as a brake fluid flush.  Fun fact: This fine bimmer is the last naturally-aspirated 6-cylinder M motor, the S54. 

A check engine light diagnosis was needed for this schwarz II 2007 BMW 328xi:


This silbergrau metallic 2006 BMW X3 came in for diagnostics of the A/C system blowing warm:


A post-purchase inspection of this sterling grau metallic 2006 BMW X5 found rusty and leaking metal brake lines.  These brake lines will be replaced.  A bi-annual service was also on the list while in the shop.

If you've followed our blog for awhile, you may recognize this e30 track car!  She's a 1986 BMW 325es.  She came in for a pre-track inspection, new rear exhaust section, a brake fluid flush, timing belt, water pump, thermostat, distributor cap, and rotor.  You'll see this bronzit beige metallic bimmer out on the track at Putnam Park in a few short weeks for Rites O' June!  Get more information on this event hosted by Hoosier BMW here!

We'll wrap things up with this fjord blau metallic beauty!  She's a 1972 3.0csi.  At one point in her life, the manifold pressure sensor from a VW was installed, which is the wrong spec part.  We're having the MPS rebuilt and converted to proper BMW and Bosch specifications. (See previous work we performed here.)


Thanks for joining us here on the blog! Have a wonderful weekend!




Written by Reggie's Motorworks

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