Happy Friday! Winter has definitely set in this past week! Due to over 10 inches of snow, treacherous roads, and sub-zero temperatures, our shop was closed on Monday. We were back in the shop on Tuesday ready to rock and roll, despite parts and deliveries being on a slight delay due to the weather conditions. Take a look at the snow and ice just outside our doors!
Speaking of winter, we have some seasonal promotions going on!
Make certain you are prepared for cold weather travel with a winter inspection! This offer is $49.99 and includes the following:
- Check coolant level, anti-freeze temperature, and pH
- Visually inspect for coolant leaks
- Check brake fluid moisture content
- Check tire tread depth and pressure
- Check belts
- Check suspension for wear
- Check heater and defroster function
- Check battery health
*We've also got a Complimentary Safety Inspection, which is a basic inspection covering tires, brakes, major fluid leaks, lighting, washer and wipers, and a brief road test. Valid through 02/14/14. *If you are looking for some RMW gear, we're making room for some new T-shirt designs, with current designs starting at just $5 each! Assorted sizes available while supplies last. Local pickup only! And now for some cars! First, we have an orientblau 1999 BMW 328i. She came to our shop on a tow truck due to having a broken drive shaft.
Our 1995 5-series
got some new winter tires - Bridgestone Blizzak WS70 from Tire Rack
. We’re a Tire Rack dealer. Did you know we can store your off-season tires for you? Give Nick a call for all of the details! 317.773.0074
This alpinweiss III 1998 BMW 318ti - not to be confused with the one we have for sale!
- came in for a new oil pan gasket, new upper timing case cover gaskets, new thermostat, new radiator and radiator hoses, 2 power steering hoses and power steering reservoir, and an oil change.
A new alternator and oil pressure sender were on the list for this 2005 545i in schwarz II. She also had some upper timing case cover leaks repaired, as well as a coolant leak repair at the valley pan gasket.
Reggie was very excited about the arrival of the oil pan for our 1969 2002! Stay tuned!
This 1996 Audi A4 Quattro with V6 came in for a new crank position sensor:
A new driveshaft center support bearing and guibo were on the list for this 1999 BMW 328i in sienna rot II metallic. She also had a transmission pan fluid leak repaired. Consequently, she got a new transmission filter and transmission fluid.
For Christmas, Nick gifted Reggie this vintage issue Roundel from January 1984, which just happens to feature Nick’s e30 and our 6-series
In one particular article, Roundel names the 633 Csi “the most exclusive BMW.”
That's all for now! Check back next week for more! Have a great weekend!