Huge Winter Clearance Sale Tomorrow! Insights on our 2002 project!

We look forward to seeing you tomorrow, Saturday, January 30th, for our Huge Winter Clearance Sale!
We will be gathering in our heated shop to share the passion for these classics with our customers and fellow local BMW enthusiasts. We are offering 50-90% off our current used parts inventory!  So drive on over, get out of the cold, meet with fellow enthusiasts, and score some great deals on the parts you need for your Bimmer!


411 W. Main St., Westfield, IN 46074

Refreshments will be provided.

10am to 3pm

Reggies MotorWorks | Repairing BMW, Audi, Mercedes
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A few quick updates on our 2002 project (you can find out more about our ’02 by clicking on 2002, 2002 project, etc. in the ‘tags’ on our homepage):

This is the engine out of the 1973 2002 that we picked up in February 2009 in St. Louis.  Once it’s rebuilt, this engine will most likely be the heart of our 2002.   As it “stands”, the compression is bad in cylinder #2, which is most likely from a stuck valve in the cylinder head.

Nice, clean aluminum engine parts.

Reggie scrapes some grease and grime from the lower timing cover.

Before and After:  The upper timing cover has been cleaned and polished in both photos.

And, as you can see, both the upper and lower timing cover look pretty nice after some buffing with a brass wire wheel.

Reggie holds these newly brushed timing covers in front of the engine…yes, this is going to be nice!

And here we have the oil pan and timing chain.  This timing chain will be replaced before it makes its home in the ’02.

This old beast is out of the 1971 2002, which, according to the casting numbers, came from a ’69.  It’s a running motor and potentially for sale.

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If you would like to view this beauty in person, please call us at 317.804.9313.

Have a great weekend!

Written by Reggie's Motorworks

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