Happy Friday, fellow enthusiasts! We’re back with the latest edition of the blog!
We’re looking forward to hosting the Euros of Indiana Car Club on Sunday, November 10th at 1pm! The Club will also be going on a scenic drive after the Cruise-In. The event is free, however, participants and guests are encouraged to bring canned goods that will be donated to Military Family Assistance for the holidays. Reggie’s Motorworks will match all canned good donations collected at the event. To RSVP and to get more info, check out their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/events/541232712624788/?ref_newsfeed_story_type=regular We hope you can join us!
This 2007 Audi A3 came to us with a battery that just didn’t want to charge:
Next, this 1989 BMW 325ix was experiencing electrical issues:
A new door handle, a new thermostat gasket, and a new Stewart high performance water pump were on the list for this 1996 BMW 328i:
The engine for the ’83 320i was sent off to be rebuilt and will be making its way back to our shop very soon!
Before the engine is reinstalled, some rust repairs will take place in the engine bay:
Check out the new ESM wheels we mounted on this e30 1987 BMW 325is! They look great!
Besides new wheels and tires, this e30 got a new valve cover gasket, a valve adjustment, a light shift knob, and a performance chip! Sweet!
The new wheels are mounted on brand new Continental Extreme Contact DW tires. Need new wheels or tires for your ride? We would love to help you! Give Nick a call in the office at 317.773.0074!
If you’ve been following along here on the blog and on Facebook, you probably remember that Reggie swapped in an S52 into our e34. The latest project has been tackling the exhaust.
From left to right, we have the resonator from a 540, the original catalytic converter from the 525i, and the front flanges were cut in order to mate with the headers:
As she sits right now, she’s without a muffler. Here’s our latest video so you can listen for yourself:
Have a great weekend!