BMW Owners Club

Sara Arnold
07/07/2020
Has anyone (US) been to the BMW driving school in California? Apparently they teach you how to thrash an M3 around a track. I’m thinking birthday present to myself next year 😁
Alan Hilton
31/10/2020
Grandad in 1993 and me in 2020
Arvin Ghattaura
13/11/2020
Does anybody know what happened with this supposed f82 m4 'csl'?
Evan Andrews
20/12/2020
Hello!
AirMax K
22/12/2020
Hey everyone I like AMG more then M, will that get me kicked from this tribe
Mason Bloom
28/12/2020
of course not
Hey everyone
Soon my baby well arrives was in workshop for some upgrades
Evan Andrews
16/02/2021
Oo
Geoffrey Cole
24/02/2021
Hi there,

I'm searching for a keychain to go with my E85 Z4.
I have set my sights on an OEM Z4 item which isn't totally to my liking as I would prefer it to just be a BMW "Z" keychain.
Does anybody know if such an article is available and where? 🤔
Rafa Martín
20/03/2021
Hey there, which bmw would you say sounds the best in history?
Jack Worth
21/03/2021
What do we think of the new I4?
Hamêd Mu
24/03/2021
🙂
Geoffrey Cole
31/03/2021
For me, it would have to be the M3 E46 CSL
Harry Yau
05/06/2021
325i manual?
Tim D
06/06/2021
My E90 was brilliant.
Harry Yau
06/06/2021
I like manual cars though
Harry Yau
06/06/2021
Yes the e90 I would say is one of the best cars bmw has ever made

Nacho Bidnuss
11/06/2021
Hello everyone, quick question. Has anyone ever chip tuned a BMW E39 525tds? Or can I for example get an 330 d ECU and a bigger injection pump installed? Anyone has any idea what would be the best way to do it? I also would prefer if it wouldn't start coaling?! Many thanks
AirMax K
02/07/2021
Uhhh no
Harry Yau
21/07/2021
No
Basically Cars
07/08/2021
DriveTribe
Basically Cars | DriveTribe

Obtaining your dream car, for most enthusiasts, is one of the greatest feeling of all time. Months spent finding the right example, building a list of perfect parts, and saving every available dime is just a fraction of what car lovers go through. It can be frustrating honestly but when you get the keys and get behind the wheel for the first time all of the hours of hunting seem like were all worth it. This was the case for my E36 M3. Being based in Southern California I found many examples of my dream car. The usual find consisted of high mileage, body damage, less than fair paint, or just straight over priced. During the pandemic I found myself in Northern California, where eventually, I found my perfect example. From the first look I knew it was mine. Cosmos Black (a color I wasn’t very fond of at the time), low mileage, and in today’s market, the right price. Dream car,obtained. But dreams can turn into nightmares. Not even a year into ownership the car and I ended up in a front end accident. Rangdy Pobst said it best. “I never get scared when I crash, I get depressed because I know I’m done.” Suddenly all of the stress of searching and hunting hit me. Not all at once though. After looking at a perfect crashed car in the driveway month after month began to take its toll. Back and fourths with insurance was just a stressor that would eventually flame the fire to get the car back on the road. For starters I need parts so a donor chassis was purchased for an incredibly low price. After disassembling both cars it was off to Kings Auto Body in Garden Grove where the shop would damn near perfectly match paint to the current condition of the car. A few trips to a BMW dealership would get me all of the small things, bumper support brackets, a roundel, and fog light brackets. With everything I need to make the dream a reality again I got to work and reassembled the car. I wouldn’t wish this upon anyone who loves cars. It was one of the hardest things that I had to go through as an enthusiast and as a person. Although, sometimes you need a reminder of why you do what you do in the first place. The DiscoSpider

Basically Cars
07/08/2021
DriveTribe
Basically Cars | DriveTribe

Obtaining your dream car, for most enthusiasts, is one of the greatest feeling of all time. Months spent finding the right example, building a list of perfect parts, and saving every available dime is just a fraction of what car lovers go through. It can be frustrating honestly but when you get the keys and get behind the wheel for the first time all of the hours of hunting seem like were all worth it. This was the case for my E36 M3. Being based in Southern California I found many examples of my dream car. The usual find consisted of high mileage, body damage, less than fair paint, or just straight over priced. During the pandemic I found myself in Northern California, where eventually, I found my perfect example. From the first look I knew it was mine. Cosmos Black (a color I wasn’t very fond of at the time), low mileage, and in today’s market, the right price. Dream car,obtained. But dreams can turn into nightmares. Not even a year into ownership the car and I ended up in a front end accident. Rangdy Pobst said it best. “I never get scared when I crash, I get depressed because I know I’m done.” Suddenly all of the stress of searching and hunting hit me. Not all at once though. After looking at a perfect crashed car in the driveway month after month began to take its toll. Back and fourths with insurance was just a stressor that would eventually flame the fire to get the car back on the road. For starters I need parts so a donor chassis was purchased for an incredibly low price. After disassembling both cars it was off to Kings Auto Body in Garden Grove where the shop would damn near perfectly match paint to the current condition of the car. A few trips to a BMW dealership would get me all of the small things, bumper support brackets, a roundel, and fog light brackets. With everything I need to make the dream a reality again I got to work and reassembled the car. I wouldn’t wish this upon anyone who loves cars. It was one of the hardest things that I had to go through as an enthusiast and as a person. Although, sometimes you need a reminder of why you do what you do in the first place. The DiscoSpider

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