Let’s keep things short, and get this started. I sold my E39 M5 at a good price, but I still miss it dearly. I’m in college studying engineering and pre-med, so I’m going to be in school for a long time. I don’t have the time anymore for photo shoots, car washes and detailing all the time. I needed something cheap, reliable and plain; and it had to be a good project car for some great E39Source content. I decided to buy a Ti – it’s a big F-U to all the viewer’s that thought I was going to get something flashy, and worst of all, everybody hates how it looks. Continue reading
A really easy, and affordable way to modernize the rear of your BMW is to update your license plate lights. Until recently, BMW has used very yellow, and very dim, lights to illuminate the rear plate. Here in modern times, they’re using significantly brighter LEDs that produce a very white colored light. I installed these lights into my 2000 M5, and have been happy with the results. They do NOT trip a check warning or light inside the car. These lights are very bright, but not ridiculous. See the below photo for a comparison. Continue reading
BMW has initiated a recall for several models, more than 780,000 vehicles worldwide, in countries such as Canada, Japan, South Africa, and the United States. There is a problem with the positive battery cable; the tin on the connector may degrade over time, causing electrical problems, stalling, or even a complete loss of power while the vehicle is in motion.
The affected vehicles include: 1 Series coupes and convertibles (both 128i and 135i) from the 2008 to 2011 model years; 3 Series sedans, coupes, convertibles and sport wagons (both 328i and 335i) from the 2007 to 2012 model years; and Z4 roadsters from the 2009 model year to present date.