Well, maintenance for my car is all over the place now. This is the reason why I dislike buying cars used from someone else; maintenance records are rarely complete and you can never know what has and hasn't been done to the car before you bought it. Well I'm a year and a half overdue for a major service. I've decided that I'm not going to let anything bad happen to my old-timer 325e. In a few days I plan on taking the car to get serviced. Among my plans are: * Replace timing belt * Check timing belt pulley for "Z 127" marking, replace if absent * Replace water pump * Valve adjustment Things planned for down the road when I have more money include: * Replace oxygen sensor * Replace distributor cap and rotor (hasn't been done at last spark-plug/wire service) Is there anything else that I should do at my service? Assume that nothing has been replaced in a while as my maintenance has been limited to adding a quart of oil every now and then. I know there are some new hoses from the PO and one from myself and that the camshaft belt has been replaced at about 210,000 miles (car has at least 285,000 now) before I bought the car. I'm makin' my list and checkin' it twice, 'cuz a car that lasts another 100k miles really is nice!