Subject: Naturally aspirated monster; my tuned V10.
Subject: Any hints how to fix this?
Subject: I swear it, I had nothing to do with this except the picture. (Possibly NSFW)
Subject: A bit of snow didn't stop me today
Subject: These E9X M cars are absolute weapons with suspension mods on track. A few GT3 owners left disappointed today. Picture from first UK trackday of 2022
Subject: Used 2008 BMW X5 3.0l
I'm looking at an 08 X5 3.0l for my 18 yr old daughter. A combo birthday/graduation gift. I found a really nice one with 135K miles for $9K. Paid a mechanic to run a scan on the car and it threw a few codes. O2 sensor, on board power supply monitor, battery monitor, current monitor, an VANOS inlet. I spoke to the used car lot guy and he pulled the record and said the VANOS was replaced in May. I saw it myself on this computer screen. He said that the vehicle's battery needed to be jumped and activated old "log codes." After my mechanic ran his scan the check engine light came on. Only code the mechanic at the car lot said was the O2 sensor. He says the check engine light will come on a lot on BMWs.
Everything else is in good condition. He also said that the oil lid wasn't screwed on tight and that can cause the check engine light to appear.
Any feedback on this will be greatly appreciated. My daughter wants this car bad. She deserves it and looks great in it, too.
Subject: MN winters? No problem
Subject: BMW IX goes to the scrapyard
Subject: Got to drive my first M car today- did not disappoint. (‘15 M4)
Subject: Spotted this sweet M760i
Subject: After an entire bottle of iron remover, she's ready for the clay.
Subject: I live near what I assume is a BMW storage lot, and I saw this really nice New Jersey Devils M4 competition there. They always store M and competition models in the lot, so I may post more photos in the future.
Subject: New downpipe installed. Beastly gurgle heaven!
Subject: Nice 😏
Subject: Sakhir Sunday
Subject: Import Old BMW from Germany to USA
So, I'm currently in the EU and am looking to purchase a classic BMW from Germany and import to the US. I know that the vehicle I will purchase will be more than 25 years old so it will is exempt from EPA and DOT rules.
I have 2 questions:
- What's the preferred website for me to get the best results for searching vehicles within Germany?
- Is there a preferred service provider that can handle the shipping and all other paperwork needed to import the vehicle from Germany to the US?
Subject: R.I.P Baby
Subject: Bought a new project car
Subject: I literally can’t stop driving this thing. So happy :)