Happy Black Friday! We hope everyone enjoyed a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday with family and friends! Thanksgiving may have been late this year, however, there is still time to donate new, unwrapped toys to Toys for Tots here at the shop! We’ll be collecting toys until December 17th.
A quick reminder about our current promotion to prepare your vehicle for winter, originally announced in our E-newsletter. If you’d like to receive our E-newsletter, you can subscribe here.
We’ve also got some fun Reggie’s Motorworks branded goodies to giveaway to customers who purchase a winter inspection! Click here to request an appointment via our new online appointment scheduler!
This 1989 BMW 635csi came in with a failed subframe. We’ll be fabricating a new support for the front subframe. While she’s here in the shop, she’ll also get new power steering hoses, new timing cover gasket, valve cover gasket, oil pan gasket, an oil change, new drive belts, and repairs to the auto-leveling rear suspension.
The owner of this e30, a 1991 318is, installed a Metric Mechanic re-built S14. We’ll be completing the installation, doing some tuning, rebuilding brake calipers, and diagnosing and repairing the A/C system.
Rust repairs are being made to both front fenders and to the jack points of this brillantrot 1992 BMW 325i cabrio:
If you follow along on Facebook, you may have seen these next few images from Reggie’s metal shop during the rust repairs:
New rear brakes, a coolant flush, power steering fluid flush, and an oil change are on the itinerary for this 1988 325.
Reggie made his own tool to drain the coolant from the engine block, rather than having the bimmer up on the lift while the steaming fluid sprays out like a hot shower:
Last week we showed you some valve covers and manifolds that had just arrived from powder coating. Here is the finished product after a bit of polishing. These are for sale, so if you or someone you know is looking for a fresh part, give Nick a call at 317.773.0074!
Another lo0k at the engine bay of the 1983 320i:
Next, we have this 1975 BMW 2002 in fjord blue. She’s getting a new fuel tank sending unit and an exhaust from Ireland Engineering. Yessss!
From all of us here at Reggie’s Motorworks, we hope you had a Happy Thanksgiving! Enjoy the weekend!