Discussion in 'Concours & Show/Shine' started by Autohaus, Jul 7, 2008.
4 more days. I hope alot of people, I mean BMW's show up..........
*Ahem* Don't you see my sig pic? That CLEARLY is over 150!
And your speech...
Word has been sent out to 80 members in the area a few minutes ago. One response so far - he can't wait to get together and hit the road.
I will keep you updated with a head count.
That was in your room! If your M20 325e which is the same exact engine as the M20 in my 528e can go 290K+ and I am at 224K, then I feel confident. However, I think the odometer doesn't work anymore ever since I got the car up and running. No worries, as the car will now be a Sunday car. I just have to remember to change the timing belt, water pump and pulley every 4 years and do the valve adjustment every year.
Sounds good to me. 25% chance of light rain. Its been raining like dogs and cats for the past two days. I hope it will be nice and dry for the drive.
No it wasn't! Sssshh!!
Uh, I lived like that for a year and a half and let me tell you, it's not a good idea. Before I got my odometer replaced, I hadn't changed the oil since I got the car, which was about a year and some months into my ownership. I didn't think I drove that much, but when I installed the used instrument cluster I bought from eBay, I realized that I drive about 20k a year! So, quick oil change and has been religiously done every 5k since.
That odometer will be a blessing if you get it replaced, even if you drive it once every week. Trust me; we take it for granted big time. In fact, without the odometer, I wouldn't know that I have to change my oil before our meet on Sunday.
True, but I gotta get 3 new tires for the car, tune up, and a gas tank (it leaks when its a full tank, so I keep it 1/2 or less ).
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