By naterisch
05/21/2017
About a week ago, I received an e-mail from Simon Cooper, president of the Boston BMW CCA chapter, which read: Mr. Cooper, The owner of an auto shop here in Eliot Square, Roxbury, suggested I get in touch with you.
By naterisch
05/15/2017
The sky began to fall last week with an alarming—dare I say a five-alarm?—report by ABC News titled BMW mystery fires: An ABC News investigation. By now, most of the BMW enthusiast community has been made aware of ABC News’ claim that an alarming number of what they term “mystery fires” are besetting BMW owners.
By naterisch
05/15/2017
One of the persistent problems during my thousand-mile drive home to Boston with Louie the 2002tii was that the fan belt wouldn’t stay tight. After I arrived home, I realized that when I’d replaced the alternator’s bushings, I’d missed the one where the ear of the alternator is held to the adjustment track.
By naterisch
05/07/2017
There we were, meandering up I-75 toward Atlanta and about to reach the Georgia line, where we were all but guaranteed to meet a wall of traffic. Death and taxes are certainties, but you might as well add one more.
By naterisch
05/07/2017
During the Louie adventure, as you know if you’ve been following this saga, I made the thousand-mile trip from Louisville to Boston with the car still wearing its original 45-year-old radiator that was probably as corroded internally as the original water pump and thermostat were. 

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