We made some noise, ok, a TON of noise, this week at the shop! Bruce, our fellow enthusiast who has been volunteering here at the shop, needed some sheet metal from this sterlingsilber-metallic 1990 325i automatic. It turns out that the sheet metal he needed was in a rather precarious place. Take a look:
Side view of the back end, looking into what was once the trunk:
Bruce brought in his plasma cutter. These were inspection holes to see the condition of the inner wheel well before the “big cuts” above.
A closer look inside…poor ol’ interior!
And then just a few moments later…
Last year, Reggie fabricated the rolling cart, which, as you can see, comes in quite handy when moving a vehicle without wheels.
This is a good running (slightly smokey) engine out of the 1970 ’02 – it’s for sale! Any takers?
Reggie is currently working on a 1988 325 for a new e30 inductee…It’s getting new Boge front struts and a new Eberspacher exhaust. Here’s the view from underneath:
This is really a nice find for the new owner. After the struts and exhaust, the car will be another solid e30!
Stay tuned…we’ll soon be featuring a 1987 325is for sale – one heck of a nice car!
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