It’s been a busy and exciting week at the shop! We announced the date of our 8th Annual Open House – RSVP and get all of the details on our Facebook events page! We look forward to saying thank you to all who support us! As usual, we’ll have food, prizes, and car show! Mark your calendars now for Saturday, June 20th! Follow along on our Facebook page for all the latest on events and everyday happenings at the shop!
Looking for a new (to you) bimmer? We’ve got 2 for sale from Reggie’s personal collection! See our Cars For Sale page!
As always, we are so grateful for feedback that we receive from customers in regards to their experience here at Reggie’s Motorworks! Here are just a few of our most recent reviews, which can be read on our website’s homepage :
“Excellent,friendly and honest service as usual!” ~Scott B., Noblesville
“Great Service, Completed before estimated time. Satisfied as usual….!” ~Mike, Noblesville
“RMW provided great service and I will be back when I next need service on my Mini.” ~Cathy F.
“Nice, the service manager, is amazing! Had a cold weather emergency and my first call was to Nick. I consider myself more mechanically inclined than most and was able to explain the issue on the phone. Nick knew exactly what I was talking about, said he had the part to take care of the coolant leak and was able to get me in first thing next business day. I was of course dreading the repair cost but was extremely happy with the final cost of the repair. Reggie’s doesn’t break the bank like the dealer does and I have more faith in Reggie’s knowledgeable mechanics.
I recommend everyone I know to take their vehicle to Reggie’s!” ~Brian C., McCordsville
“Great group of dedicated car people and a pleasure to work with. I have yet to be disappointed in their recommendations or performance.” ~Eric M., Noblesville
“Simply great service.” ~Greg M., Indianapolis
A fellow Hoosier BMW club member brought in his newest ride for a track inspection. It was a sleek 2015 Lamborghini Huracan! She’ll be going for a spin around the track in Daytona and needed to be checked out beforehand. We’re honored and proud to inspect this machine! Reggie shared his photos with me for the blog!
This 2006 BMW X5 in titansilber came in for a new idler pulley and serpentine belt:
Electrical system repairs were on the list for the blue water metallic 2009 BMW 128i:
A new engine mount, new front wheel bearings, and a coolant flush will put this 2004 VW Jetta GLI back on the road:
Reggie fabricated a bracket to mount the clutch line in the e36 M3 that we introduced last week:
We diagnosed engine issues as well as steering and suspension noise in this topas blau 2003 BMW 525i:
Spark plugs, ignition coils, new eccentric shaft sensor, new valve cover gasket, new oil filter housing gasket, new belt tensioner kit, and new transfer case fluid were on order for the titansilber 2007 BMW X3:
This dark silver 2006 Mini Cooper S came in for a cooling system flush, all new front and rear brake pads, rotors, and sensors:
Well, I’m sad to say that Reggie and I did not win the Hoosier BMW 2015 Duck Pin Bowling titles…however, we had an awesome time trying! We met some new club members and some traveled from Illinois and northern Indiana to join the fun! If you’re interested in joining or learning more, check out Hoosier BMW’s website!
That’s a wrap for this week’s edition! Join us again next week for more!
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