Happy Friday! What a gorgeous week of fall weather we’ve had here in Noblesville! Autumn colors are in full swing, and I couldn’t be happier about it! Fingers crossed this sticks around awhile, like until Spring! Speaking of great weather, it’s such a perfect time of year for scenic driving! Join the friendly folks of Hoosier BMW on their annual Ohio River Tour next Saturday! Get the details here!
We’ve got some cars to show you, so let’s get down to business!
We mentioned in an earlier post that Nick was going to be swapping out his automatic transmission for a manual one in his e39, a 2001 BMW 525i touring. While I didn’t get photos of the process, he said that he had a fantastic time doing the work! He purchased all new parts for the job, including a new drive shaft and single mass fly wheel conversion.
This sweet 1988 BMW 535i came to us for a post-purchase inspection! (Hi Ben! Great car!!!) She’s getting new upper and lower radiator hoses, new coolant reservoir hoses, new fuel hoses and filter, as well as a transmission fluid and differential fluid flush.
A post-purchase inspection was on the list as well for this 2001 touring with Dinan suspension, exhaust, and more! She’s got just 55,000 miles on the clock too! Everyone has just loved this touring! And I can’t say I blame them! Along with the post-purchase inspection, she’s in for new upper front control arms, new front wheel bearing, new front tires (the old ones were worn due to an incorrect alignment), and an alignment.
An oil service was in order for this titansilber metallic 2003 BMW M3:
With 100,000 miles on the odometer, a new clutch was needed in this sweet orientblau metallic 1994 BMW 850csi. If you follow along with us on Facebook, you probably saw photos of this beauty earlier this week!
An oil service and diagnosis of a rear brake issue were on the ticket for this 2006 Mini Cooper S:
A new radiator, new expansion tank, and new upper and lower radiator hoses were due on this alpinweiss III 1995 BMW 325i:
This schwarz II bimmer, a 2005 BMW 545i, came in with a service engine soon warning light. She also received a brake fluid flush and an alignment.
Speaking of a beautiful car, we also have the honor of working on an Italian car, an Alpha Romeo Spider Veloce! As Reggie said, we’re German car specialists, but occasionally we stray with special interest autos! And we’re excited and honored to get our hands on this one!
That’s a wrap for now! Ciao!
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