I can hardly believe it’s summer already, let alone the 4th of July! From all of us at Reggie’s Motorworks, we’d like to wish you a safe and happy holiday weekend! We’ve got a short and sweet blog post for you so you can get back to enjoying cookouts and fireworks with family and friends – and maybe a fun road trip too! Reggie’s Motorworks will be closed in observance of our nation’s 238th birthday and will re-open for business as usual on Monday, July 7th. In the meantime, if you need to schedule service or repairs, please feel free to Request an Appointment via our website!
We’re happy to announce that the 1984 BMW 325e has a new home with very excited new owners! Stay in the loop with our Cars For Sale by checking out our website!
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We’ve got somewhat of a patriotic lineup for you! First up, this sweet little 1989 Mercedes 560SL came in for diagnosis of a fluid leak, an oil and filter change, and a vehicle detail, including an exterior wax and interior detail.
Although she’s titansilber metallic, versus white, this 2003 BMW 540i will do just fine for our patriotic theme! Her upper radiator hose was ready to rupture!
This estorilblau metallic 2000 BMW M coupe was in need of a new A/C compressor, new receiver drier, and a recovery, evacuation, and recharge of the A/C system. What a fun car to photograph! And I love the color!
Glider Pilot FAA Certified! How cool is that?!
This 2000BMW 540i came in for a new alternator:
Here we have the newly painted engine bay and underside of the bonnet of the 1991 BMW 325i coupe:
The angel eye light bulbs and fog lights on this 2011 BMW X6 were upgraded to LEDs:
Have a great holiday weekend! Happy 4th of July!