Happy Thanksgiving from Reggie’s Motorworks! - Reggie's Motorworks

Happy Thanksgiving from Reggie’s Motorworks!

It’s a short holiday week here at Reggie’s Motorworks!  We will be closed on Thanksgiving Day, November 23rd, and Friday, November 24th, so that we can enjoy time with family and friends.  We would like to wish you a wonderful and Happy Thanksgiving!  Please note that we will be closed on Christmas Day and on New Year's Day as well. 

We're collecting new, unwrapped toys for Toys For Tots again this year!  Our donation box is in our customer lounge.   Thank you to everyone who has already participated this season!  

With winter quickly approaching, we’re getting the 2002 ready for storage!  As I was photographing this vintage beauty, I realized I haven’t yet had a proper photo shoot with this car!  It’s on my calendar for Spring!  Until then, here are some images of her getting winter-ready.  

If you’re looking for great fender covers, our good friend and BMW enthusiast, Jake, has these custom made!  Let us know if you’re interested and we can put you in contact with him!  Hi Jake and Liz!

Diagnosing a check engine light, replacing the DMTL pump, replacing both drive belts, performing an Inspection II, Road Force balancing and rotating of the tires, and performing an alignment were on the list for the sleek interlagosblau metallic 2006 BMW M roadster:

A steering rack replacement and an alignment were in order for this e30, the royalblau metallic 1987 BMW 325.

The metal brake lines were replaced due to corrosion on this black sapphire metallic 2006 BMW X5, a very common issue for this generation of X5.

Check engine lights were diagnosed on this spacegrau metallic 2008 BMW X5:

 

Next up, the 1984 Mercedes 280SL, a European-only model! She came in for diagnosis of white smoke coming from the exhaust, as well as some runability issues. 

 

We love the e28!  This fine zinnoberrot example, the 1987 BMW 535is, has been with the same owner since new and comes complete with all of her service records.  Amazing!  She’s got 173,000 miles on the odometer and came in for an Inspection II.  

 

The 2004 Audi A4 came in for diagosis of non-working heat.

We’ll wrap things up with the vermilion rot metallic 2011 BMW X5 diesel, who came to us for diagnosis of a check engine light and for replacement of the NOx sensors.

 

Again, from all of us here at Reggie’s Motorworks, have a Happy Thanksgiving!

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