This 525i was rescued from scrap after it was wrongly diagnosed with head gasket failure. The cam shaft had suffered 4mm of wear on the front lobe which accounted for its lack of power. Possibly the only Basalt Blue E28 left in the country? This car was sold to be used by its new owner as daily transport.
E28 525e 1987
Had been parked on a ramp collecting dust for 10 years.
E28 525e 1987
Pulled off a driveway where it had been sat since 2010. Now in daily service.
E24 635 csi manual
A labour of love. Restored and constantly improved over many years. One of our own cars. Sold and being used as regular transport.
E34 535i manual
Bought blind as a donor for a manual gearbox conversion this car is the original grave dodger. It has narrowly avoided being scrapped twice, I have personally owned it three times and it thankfully now resides in the care of a local customer.
E32 730i 1989
220k on the clock and on its second LPG conversion. I still regret selling this car.
This manual 525i had spent almost all of its life under the care of one man. Due to ill health the car sat undriven for years and narrowly avoided scrap when we rescued it for restoration. "A tear rolled down his face as he recalled hitting a ton in it for the last time"
In my opinion this is one of the finest colour combinations available for an E28: Diamond Schwartz metallic over pearl beige leather. Put simply it is a class act.
Our first experience of an M10 powered car. This cracking 518i was a smart choice for a practical classic
E32 730i manual
This superb E32 was so good I actually drove it as my own transportation for 6 months. I wasn't even really advertising it, save for two pictures on the website when an eagle eyed buyer from Ireland snapped it up. I was genuinely a bit gutted to see this one go.