This year marked another fantastic Open House for Reggie’s Motorworks! Thank you to all who attended, we sincerely appreciate your support. This event is just one small way we try to show our gratitude and appreciation to our customers. And a huge thank you to Nick, John, Brandon, and Ernesto for all of their hard work in preparing , planning, and executing this event while Reggie dealt with the loss of his Mom. We are so very thankful to have such an amazing team here. As Reggie mentioned, we wouldn’t be able to do this without them and without all of you! A special thank you to Hoosier BMW for partnering with us for this event!
In Reggie’s absence, the guys made these awesome trophies for our Best of Show and Furthest Traveled Winners! See, I told you we have an amazing team!
The past few years, we have hosted a pre-Open House car wash on Friday evening to get cars ready for Saturday. We couldn’t have asked for better weather! Our parking lot was packed with bimmers and special interest autos, friends and family. We changed things up just a bit this year and had a local food truck, Taco Lassi, serve up some of their one of a kind tacos. The feedback we received was terrific! Thank you, Taco Lassi! To find out where you can enjoy Taco Lassi again, be sure to check out their Facebook page, follow them on twitter, and visit their website!
We unveiled a new design for this year! We’re pretty excited about it!
Pick up a new sticker and t-shirt the next time you stop in!
Here are some photos from the event, as well as a Slideshow gallery with more! You’re probably ready for some bimmers…alright! Here we go! (I’ll also post all car photos on Facebook! Feel free to tag yourself!)
This year’s Best of Show Winner:
The Best Project in Progress went to:
Furthest Distance traveled went to a former Best in Show winner from Bloomington…Hi John! Thank you so much for coming!
There are several more photos, feel free to watch the Slideshow to see the whole gallery!
I stopped by the shop this week to catch a little of what the guys are working on.
This 2005 BMW 330i in silbergrau metallic came in for new front control arms and control arm bushings, a new front and rear tire, and Road Force Balancing. (Do you need new tires? We’re a Tire Rack dealer, and we offer storage options for your off-season wheels/tires! Call Nick for more information at 317.773.0074)
An e30 (1987 325e) came in for diagnostics on a window and fan clutch:
A new power steering hose, new rear shock assemblies, new rear shock mounts, new tie rod assemblies, new front rotors, pads, and sensors, along with a few other odds and ends were on the list for this 1999 BMW M Coupe:
A 2004 BMW 530i in titansilber metallic came in for diagnosis of a non-starting issue. She got a new starter, and the battery was re-charged and tested. (Not pictured)
This sweet 1970 VW bus had a sticking brake that needed to be fixed:
A 2004 BMW X3 came in for an inspection, oil change, brake fluid flush, along with diagnosis of a sunroof that wouldn’t close all the way and some headlight assembly adjustment . (Not pictured)
If you’re looking for something to do this weekend, check out Rites O’ June at Putnam Park, hosted by Hoosier BMW and Bluegrass Bimmers! If you missed it at the Open House, keep an eye out for this e30! Interested in participating in an upcoming track event? We offer track inspections for your ride! Give us a call to schedule your inspection! 317.773.0074
Our little Remington turned 9 months this past Saturday! He has changed so much recently! He now pulls up on anything and everything, and has started crawling on all 4’s rather than army crawling! He is FAST! We celebrated Reggie’s first official Father’s Day by attending the car show in Forest Park…after the morning rain stifled our showing plans! Fingers crossed for better weather next year!
Thanks again to all who made our Open House such an enjoyable time!
Have a great weekend!
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