What a beautiful fall day! It will be a perfect evening for our Friday night Cruise-In! Come on by and check out our new location in Noblesville! We’ll kick things off starting at 6pm! So bring some chairs, your favorite beverages, and whatever you’d like to throw on the grill! Thank you to everyone who came last week! Even though it was a cold rainy evening, we had plenty of space to hang out indoors. We’ve got the overhead doors up to let the sunshine in right now!
Time has been somewhat of a blur since we’ve moved. Bimmers have driven in and out of our doors, and new people find us each day. We are so excited to provide friendly, honest, and efficient service to our customers! We understand that time is valuable.
Let’s take a look at some of the work we’ve done this week, including this infamous 1988 BMW 325i. Her exhaust rattles a bit, so we fixed that and a few other odds and ends.
This 1988 BMW 325 came in for an oil change and a new cooling hose:
At first glance, this guibo may look ok. However, this is what it looked like coming out of this bimmer:
Take a look at this cool bimmer! It’s a 1986 BMW 335i, a Euro 325i that has been converted to a 335i with an engine from a 535i of undetermined year. She needed a new clutch master cylinder and, of course, a new guibo (see above). She also got a brake system fluid flush that includes the master cylinder, calipers, and wheel cylinders until clean. With an oil change, and checking the differential and transmission fluid, she’s ready for that upcoming roadtrip! Oh yes!!!
Jason replaced the driver’s side front wheel bearing on a 2006 BMW M3:
The following 1991 BMW 325i came in to diagnose its rough running condition. She needed new spark plugs and a new distributor cap and rotor.
Jason and Reggie also repaired the driver’s seat:
This 1992 BMW 325i cabrio came in for an oil change… she’s such a pretty cabrio!
What a pretty M3! She’s a 1999, and she came in for a new cooling system: water pump with metal impeller, thermostat and aluminum thermostat housing, and radiator. She also got a brake fluid flush.
Jason replaced the water pump with plastic impeller with a new one with an aluminum impeller:
Light shines on the new thermostat:
The old radiator leaked where they typically leak, at the corner. Jason removed the old one (below)to make way for a stock radiator:
New front control arms and control arm bushings were in order for this 1996 BMW 328i:
This beautiful 2001 BMW 530i got an oil change. The chassis and hinges were lubricated as necessary. Jason was able to bring the current windshield washer pump back to life! He also diagnosed the non-working A/C system. The cooling system was pressure-tested. Tire tread depth was measured. The charging system was checked, as well as the battery.Sorry for the long post! As you can see, it’s been a busy week… no complaints here!
We hope to see you tonight at the Cruise-In!
Have a great weekend! We’re going to take in some fall scenery this weekend near Brown County – Lucy will love it! In fact, she was just practicing driving the other day:
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