Happy Friday! It's been another busy week here at the shop! If you subscribe to our e-newsletter
, you read about some of our improvements over the past year:
- We were able to hire Nick Howard as our customer service manager, and John Weller as our lead technician. This has vastly increased our ability to serve our customers more efficiently, and with a higher level of quality.
- We remodeled the office, and now display a full line of both Genuine BMW and Redline fluids for retail sale.
- We added an additional 1,200 square feet of shop space, which is being dedicated to metal working and special projects.
- Our specialty tool inventory continues to grow, so that we can do jobs that other shops can’t, and do them faster.
- We added Active Autowerke to our list of performance vendors.
While many of you are new customers, we know that a good portion of you were there from our early days. Long-time customers know how humble our beginnings were, and how far we've come in just a short time. We get to do exactly what we want to do—everyday of our lives—and for that, we are eternally grateful. We're looking forward to a wonderful 2013, and we hope you are too. We're always in search of unique BMW items to offer our clients and enthusiasts. We have some cool skate decks - only $75 each! - in the office from elefant supply! These are limited production, so get them while you can!
The 1993 BMW 525iT is still available! Call the shop at 317.773.0074 to schedule a test drive and to get more information.
And now for quick look at what's been happening this week! This 2003 Audi A6 Quattro came in for new brake hoses, an oil change, and an engine air filter:
This sharp 2008 VW Passat Estate had a squealing timing belt roller replaced:
Bad gas brought this 2008 Land Rover LR2 into the shop. The old gas was drained, and fresh gas was added. Just a friendly reminder to follow BMW and other luxury automotive manufacturer's recommendations to use only 'Top Tier' quality fuel. Here are the local gas stations recommended by the BMW factory: - Chevron - CountryMark - Phillips 66 - Shell
This sleek M3 came in for a 12 to 18 button OBC conversion:
This e30, a 1988 BMW 325, came in for a new stereo as well as some mechanical work: replace faulty clutch slave cylinder, replace rear subframe mounts, oil change, and control arm bushings.
Let's take a quick peek at Reggie's work on the stereo installation:
Our winter 1600/2002 project continues! Reggie took some photos while he worked on removing the spare tire well from the 1600. He replaced it with the well from an e30! Take a look!
Remington and I stopped by the shop to visit Reggie and to take some more photos as this part of the project progressed:
A clean spare tire well thanks to this e30:
Drilling holes in preparation for welding: