Welcome back to the blog! We’ve got a short and sweet post for you this week! Before we dig in, let’s take care of a few announcements first! Mark your calendars for our 8th Annual Open House on Saturday, June 20th, from 10am-3pm! RSVP and get more details on our Facebook events page! Join us for food, prizes, cars, and cool people!
We’ve got some cool bimmers for sale – check out our Cars For Sale page!
Did you know that you can schedule appointments (as well as via our website!), read certified customer reviews, view current promotions, and see day-to-day happenings around the shop…all on our Facebook page?
As always, we’re super thankful for all of you who take time to share a few words about your experience here at Reggie’s Motorworks! Here are a few of our latest reviews:
“I felt like the service at Reggie’s was outstanding. The employees were honest and up front at all times and the service was excellent. My car came back with all items taken care of and with a nice wash! I would recommend Reggie’s for all my BMW driving friends.” ~Tim H.
“Trustworthy shop owner and employees. If your considering a shop worthy of your hard earned money look no further. At my local Mini Cooper dealership I felt like a number. At Reggie’s you feel like family. They offer advice like you were talking to your brother
not a commissioned service writer on the dealership service lane.” ~Steve E.
And you may have seen this sweet exhaust for this sweet e30! We can’t wait to hear how this beauty will purr….or roar! Stay tuned!
This 2003 BMW 325i in schwarz II came in for diagnosis of engine noise as well as some other issues, like brake pulsing and an inoperable map light. She also got an oil change, a new valve cover gasket, and new lower radiator hose kit.
Smoke and a burning rubber smell brought this black sapphire metallic 2006 BMW X5 3.0i into the shop. She had a failed CCV, which was replaced with a Cold Climate version, along with all new Cold Climate version CCV hoses. She got a new CCV/oil dipstick tube and a new valve cover gasket for her in-line 6.
New windshield wipers and a new center console cup holder weren’t the only items on the list for the dark blue 2001 Audi A6 Quattro. She needed a new front left window regulator and some adjustment to the front left door handle.
Yesterday Reggie wrapped up welding in the seat mounts in the 2002…stay tuned for more on this project!
Looking for something different to do for Valentine’s Day next weekend? Perhaps the World of Wheels at the Indiana State Fairgrounds will make your heart go pitter patter! 😉
That’s a wrap for this week! Enjoy the weekend!
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