Cut, Grind, Weld, Paint: All in a day’s work

April 24th, 2009 by

Welcome back to another Friday edition of Reggie’s Motorworks Blog! Today’s entry is coming to you from my perspective, as Reggie’s wife, Stephanie. Hopefully what this post lacks in technical detail and graphic design will be made up by way of illustration. Let’s take a closer look at the work Reggie’s completed so far on

Reconditioning an Engine 101

April 17th, 2009 by

We received a call awhile back from Barri Stallworth, a great customer that was in somewhat of a tight spot. He said his 88 325i convertible was in the shop, and it needed a new engine. The German mechanic, wanting to make sure the car was absolutely tip-top, insisted on ordering a refurbished motor from

Grooming Black Beauty – Light Touch-up Work!

April 10th, 2009 by

When Anna Sewell penned the final pages of her final novel, BLACK BEAUTY, she had not a notion of what influence it would have on pop-culture. Afterall, Black Beauty has become synonymous with romantic yet dark, subtle elegance. Needless to say, applying the age-old moniker to this 325ix might be an audacious claim, but we

The return of Black Beauty

April 3rd, 2009 by

Happy Friday! We hope you’ve been enjoying the latest posts about the white over red cabrio, and we’ll be back soon with a wrap-up on that project, along with a little history about how our friend Sean acquired it. You won’t want to miss it! And now for this week’s installment, we would like to