Happy Friday! We're back with some of the latest happenings at the shop! Before we get to the finer details, I'd like to take a moment to say how fantastic the shop looks! It is incredibly clean and bright, all thanks to our wonderful shop helper, John! He worked with us a few years ago, and we are so excited that he is here with us again! Thank you for all of your hard work, John, keep it up! That said, the shop doesn't run itself, it takes a team with a solid work ethic, a passion for cars and for the people who drive them, and so much more. We wouldn't be where we are today without the efforts of the Reggie's Motorworks crew: John, Phillip, Nick, Nick, and John. Thank you! We sincerely appreciate all that you do each and every day!
If you follow our Facebook page, you may have seen this photo on White Wagon Wednesday! Thank you to Nick H. for sharing this image!
Ok, let's get to some more cars, shall we?
This 2010 mineral gruen metallic BMW X5 came in for an oil service and for new front brakes:
Checking for oil leaks, testing the charging system, and diagnosing inoperable heat were on the list for this 1986 VW Cabriolet:
This 1984 Mercedes 380 SE came in for diagnosis of a battery drain:
Did you know that I drive a 2002? Well, technically, it's a 2002 Honda CR-V! It has been a great vehicle for me since purchasing it brand new in 2001. It holds so many wonderful memories, like bringing home our precious baby boys from the hospital! I'm not a Honda enthusiast, but I've been a fan and it has served our family well for so long. For the past few days, I've been test driving a 2013 BMW X5! It's quite a bit different from my Honda, of course, and I've been loving it so far! With two growing boys and hauling photography gear and props, I need a roomy vehicle that is safe and dependable. This bimmer has bells and whistles that I never knew I always wanted! Like sun shades on the rear windows, a power rear hatch, quiet doors, and more! We'll keep you posted whether this X5 officially joins our fleet!
We had a great response from our last blog post featuring videos on the making of the Varmit! New gages are going in, so we'll have more video content to share soon! Here's a sneak peek!
Earlier this week, Reggie and I watched a video on Petrolicious, and I thought it would be fun to share it with all of you! Enjoy!
If you're looking for some fall driving, check out the upcoming events with Hoosier BMW, like the Ohio River Tour happening tomorrow!