Happy Friday! It’s been a great week here at Reggie’s Motorworks! We’ve recently welcomed some new members to our team, Travis, a talented technician, and Philip, who’s been a fantastic help in all areas around the shop! We are very excited to have them on board! Be sure to say to say hello the next time you’re at the shop!
In addition to scheduling appointments on our website, we’re happy to share that you can now also schedule service and repair directly from our Facebook page! On the left side of our timeline, you’ll see a list of Apps. Click on Appointments and fill out the Request an Appointment form!
We’re now featuring your reviews on the front page of our website! We really appreciate when our customers take a few moments out of their busy schedules to share their thoughts on the service we provide! Thank you!
“Very knowledgeable, great communication, high quality. Nothing gets overlooked. Reggie helped restore one of my e30s and did such a great job I took another one to him – all the way from Wisconsin.” -John B, Madison
“This is my first experience with Reggie’s Motor Works and I found the people I interacted with to be very professional, knowledgeable and friendly. I had a very good first experience and look forward to having them service my car in the future. It’a nice and convenient to have them as an option to service of my BMW.” -Rick
“Service at RMW is always exceptional. The group is very knowledgable and helpful. Will continue to visit for services and recommend to friends as well.” -Steven G, Zionsville
“Nick was amazing! Glad to find a shop we can trust that shares the same passion for BMW!” -Casey H, Pendleton
Reggie has been involved as a volunteer and coach for Tire Rack Street Survival. He’s quite passionate about the program, and he’s offering an incentive for those who email him after they’ve registered for the event – a $25 gift certificate/credit! Find out more about it on the program’s website and check out the Facebook events page here. A few years ago, I also served as a volunteer, and it was such a cool thing to see! Yes, no one likes to get up early on a Saturday morning. However, after checking in the sleepy faces, and after some time in the classroom and out on the course, those sleepy faces were now smiling and excited! They were learning how to safely and efficiently handle the very vehicle they drive each and every day. And they were having fun doing it! When Remington is old enough, we definitely plan to sign him up! Even as a volunteer, I learned things I had no idea about! Such as how to safely drive when semi trucks are along side you, in front of you, and behind you on the roads. We even got to climb up inside the huge truck and see just how much and how very little they can see in their mirrors! It has definitely changed the way I drive! The next Tire Rack Street Survival will take place on Saturday, October 18th, at Brownsburg High School. Registration can be completed by clicking here. Check out their FAQ page for more info!
Now that we’ve taken care of some business, are you ready for some cars? Let’s go!
First, we have this 2006 Mini Cooper S that came in for a failed harmonic balancer on the front of the motor. She’s getting an upgraded one, along with a new belt tensioner and pulleys. The installation of a supercharger performance pulley kit from Way Motor Works will give this Cooper more boost!
Electrical issues in the wiring harness of this 2010 VW Jetta TDi are being addressed:
Valve cover gasket leaks and oil filter housing leaks brought this 2002 BMW 325xi into the shop. This titansilber bimmer also got new belts, new front control arms and control arm bushings, a new front axle, and an alignment.
This schwarz 2000 BMW 540i came in for new rear brake pads, new rear brake hoses, and a new rear sway bar link. She’d had some cheap eBay brake pads previously installed somewhere else, and since they didn’t fit properly, they caused quite an annoying rattle!
This next project has been on the back burner for some time. In fact, she’s not had much attention since we moved from Westfield to Noblesville. Well, we’re happy to say that the time has arrived! She’s been dusted off and clean out! Philip has been helping get her sorted so that we can dig deeper into this ol’ ’02! Stay tuned!
Yes, it has taken some time to get excited about this project again. To get inspired. To get motivated. But we can finally say… Now is the time. And I for one, cannot wait!
Wishing you all a wonderful weekend! We’ll be celebrating our son Remington’s 2nd birthday! He’s been such a joy to us, and we love him to pieces! Happy Birthday, Remington!
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