It’s a beautiful fall day here in Noblesville, Indiana! The shop was buzzing with bimmers this week, as usual. Brandon is back after a cool vacation – a motorcycling and camping adventure down through Tennessee and Alabama. And Nick is back after welcoming his baby boy Graham. Ernesto is off for a mission trip, and before he left, he brought in an absolutely delicious lunch for all of us. He and his mother cooked up some wonderful authentic Mexican food. Thank you so very much for sharing with us! While I joined the guys for lunch, I took a few photos of what was going on. Let’s take a look!
As we mentioned a few weeks ago, we’ve updated our website a bit. We’re happy to share that you can now request appointments online! That’s right! Just click this link to check out the online form! And as always, if you have any questions, please feel free to call Nick in the office at 317.773.0074.
If you follow Reggie’s Motorworks on facebook, you may have seen a photo that generated some interest!
So just what was inside this crate?! Most of this shipment is spoken for, although there is one set of 16″x8″ meshies in silver 4×100 still available. We’ll be ordering more, so get your requests in! Give Nick a shout to get your hands on some! Need tires too? No problem! 317.773.0074
This schwarz II 1996 BMW 328i came in for a new oil pan gasket, new center support bearing, new guibo, as well as to diagnose an airbag light and a non-operational A/C system. The coolant level sensor was also replaced.
New spark plugs and ignition coils were on the list for this sparkling graphite metallic 2007 335i:
Remember this 1971 BMW 2002? She’s back for some more work!
Suspension diagnostics were on order for this cabrio, a 1998 BMW 328i:
That wraps up a short and sweet post for this week! We’re hoping to get out this weekend to enjoy some fall scenery in the hills of Brown County! Have a great weekend!
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