...and it’s $13,750. Yeah, that’s about what I expected, but not the price range I’m looking at. (It doesn’t have removable batteries either, though, so it was already disqualified.)
BMW 635CSi by Koenig.
Seems to be the real deal. I’ve always liked the 1M although this one looks slightly molested... (or tastefully modded depending on your taste).
I hit up Bimmerfest East this past weekend and wrote about it on Jalopnik hero Bill Caswell’s site Build Race Party. Check it out:
Talk about being behind the times. BMW did this 15 years ago!
Since I would be up in SC with my girlfriend, I decided I’d make an attempt to do car-related/Oppo-related exercises and go to the BMW Zentrum Museum in Spartanburg, where they build the X3/X4/X5/X6 range. I’m not shy to German factory museums at all. In fact I live just down the road from the Mercedes plant in Vance,…
One of these. 2002 Touring
Three years ago, a similar list of this nature was made on Oppo, let’s see how far we’ve gone since then…
I need it very badly all of a sudden.
Quick pics with a real camera after a thunderstorm and a conference call.
Even more enamored.
Excuse the potato pics. Big storm this afternoon, and this literally just happened. Can’t wait to start modding. I’m pretty excited about this.
Snapped these on Sunday. Looks like G30 5 Series and the tailpipes, bumpers, and shadowline trim would indicate an M5. Wheels look like they could be off a last-gen M5 too.
I have reached the difficult personal decision to sell my M3 in order to move into my own place. I have almost all of the service records from the first two owners and myself. The car has a ton of new parts and is an absolute bomb to drive even if it is just down the block. I tried to cover everything in the car below…
Have a listen to the videos below and tell me if it sounds like the same engine is present in the S-PR as the Z4. It also seems to me that the Toyota is running a manual compared to the Z4’s auto. I love how drastically different the styling is coming out between the two. Oh, and canards on the roadster for some…
Only one thing will do for today.
My friend has had this car since 2011. It’s a 1991 BMW 318is that he bought for $2500 from the original owner. It now has H&R Sport springs, Bilstein HDs, an actual cold air intake that I can’t remember the brand of, a high flow cat and magnaflow muffler, and a chip that raises the redline to 7300rpm as well as maybe…