As most of you know, Jordan has been working here at Reggie’s Motorworks on and off for the past year or more. Not only is he extremely bright, driven, and detail-oriented, but also a great all-around person, with one heck of a brilliant future ahead of him. His passion for BMW’s and commitment to excellence in school and work is amazing. Jordan will be heading off to Purdue University to study engineering, and we couldn’t be more proud of him. We’ll miss his work ethic, can-do attitude, and willingness to pitch in wherever there’s a need. Thank you for everything. We wish you all the best, Jordan! We know amazing things are in store for you!
Speaking of Jordan, he was an immense help on one of our latest projects. In fact, he did most of the work on the following project himself!
Here’s a breakdown of the work done to this 1987 BMW 325ic:
*New brake lines from front to rear
*New brake hoses from body to trailing arms and from trailing arms to caliper
*New rear subframe bushings
*New parking brake cable and complete rebuilding of parking brake
*New right rear and left rear trailing arms
*New rear CV axle
*Installed refurbished fuel tank (sent off for professional cleaning, plus sealing and finish)
*Low-mileage rear Bilstein Touring shocks installed
*Installed e36 M3 rear shock mounts
*Had sub-frame sand blasted and we (Jordan) repainted it
Now this cabrio is ready to get back on the road where it belongs! Hooray! Another victory for an old bimmer!
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We will be heading to the Cruise-In this evening, and hope to see you there! If it’s too hot to sit outside under the tent, we’ll enjoy the comfort of the A/C inside Park Street Pub!
Have a great weekend!
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