Happy Friday! What a week it has been! Another busy one! Plus a strange mix of wintry weather that had us in the low 50's one day, cold, gusty winds the next, and sleet and freezing rain on top of that! Let's hope that the infamous groundhog was right about an early spring! Enough about that, let's get to the good stuff! It's been a week or two since sharing a photo of Remington...the shop's cutest micro-manager! He is now 5 months old! He enjoys rolling over, shrieking with delight, smiling at everyone who greets him, and, of course, hanging out at his daddy's shop! A big thank you to John for bringing this colorful toy for our little guy to enjoy!
This intake manifold and valve cover for M20B25 have been freshly powder coated and are for sale! Please give Nick a call in the office at 317.773.0074 for details.
Work continues on this e36 M3 that we introduced last week
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Stay tuned for more! Next, John got to work on removing the rear subframe:
A bad fuel pump brought this 2002 BMW 330ci to the shop:
This 2001 BMW 330i came in for an oil change and filter...
...and just in the nick of time! Check out the upper radiator hose:
While the e36 M3 occupied the far lift, the 2002 was her neighbor:
In fact, it was time to install the new fuel lines:
Traditionally, the fuel filter is placed as close to the fuel tank as possible. Reggie opted to mount the fuel filter in the rear of the car, and it fit very well there. Also, this placement keeps clutter under the hood to a minimum.
More updates on our 2002 winter project to come! Do you know someone who drives a BMW, Mini, Audi, or VW? We're giving you $50 shop credit for every qualified referral....and your referral gets $50!! NO LIMIT! Swing by the shop for more details, and pick up some flyers/cards! Just one way we hope to show our appreciation to our great customers!
Have a wonderful weekend!