By naterisch
09/04/2016
While working on a project at Bentley Publishers, we noticed that 2002 repair information is not in BMW TIS (BMW’s subscription-based service website); TIS appears to go only as far back as the E36. So we became curious about the status of the factory 2002 repair manual.
By naterisch
08/29/2016
As many of you may already know by following me on social media, I have not spent much of this summer behind the wheel of a race car—which I would prefer to be doing, of course! As a driver who has to find outside funds to do my job, the majority of my “real” job time has been spent behind a computer and telephone, reaching out to potential sponsors and continuing to build my brand.
By naterisch
08/29/2016
It’s been a little while since I wrote Part I of this series (well, okay, it’s been six months). To recap: Over the winter I discovered that the compressor in my ’87 325is was clearly fubarred. 
By naterisch
08/23/2016
This week my social-media steams are making me feel glum. No, it isn’t from the presidential election; it’s just that I am sorely disappointed that I’ll be missing the 2016 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, where BMW will continue its centennial celebration.
By naterisch
08/23/2016
As everyone is apparently in Monterey for Oktoberfest except me (sniff), I’ll make this one easy: I really like my daily. Folks may recall that back on Presidents Day Weekend, I bought a 2003 E39 530i stick with the sport package and 174,000 miles on it. I didn’t intend to: The car was on Craigslist.

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