Happy Friday! We are so thrilled to have some sunshine here in Noblesville today! We’ve had a busy week to kick off 2012, so let’s jump right in!
This 1987 BMW 325ic was in for a new timing belt and water pump, as well as new radiator hoses:
We were excited to welcome Jordan back to the shop while on his winter break!
And the cool 1978 BMW 320i has been fully detailed and will be picked up to go to storage for the winter.
A suspension inspection, a short shifter, and a few other odds and ends were on the list for this 1989 BMW 325is with Dinan-installed turbo charger. Installed just after being purchased, the turbo charger cost nearly as much as sticker price of the car! This bimmer is truly a special car, a piece of BMW history.
The Hartge gauge pod is also a rare piece:
Here’s the newest 5-series to be in the shop, the 2011 BMW 535i in Sophistograu Brillanteffekt. Now that her winter wheels are installed, she’s ready
for the roads for the season!
Just a sharp car!
Reggie installed a new fuel pump on the 1985 1/2 Porsche 944.
Here’s the old fuel pump:
This cabrio brings back some memories for Reggie…this was the first car that he did a 5-speed swap on years ago at his very first shop. The shop where it all started. The same shop that didn’t have heat or running water. You’ve come such a long way, Reggie, and I’m SO proud of you! 🙂 This week, she’s in for a new wiper motor, to diagnose a brake leak (which turned out to be a proportioning valve), and to diagnose a drive-ability issue.
For this 1988 BMW 325, a new timing belt and water pump, along with a few odds and ends were on the list.
Stay tuned next week as we introduce our newest team member! Have a great weekend!
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