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blue max 17th February 2002 03:07 AM

Beach Party Pics *
Sorry no bikini clad babes ;)

The title is misleading. The only reason the word "beach" is used is that we had to bring our own "beach" chairs.

Today our local CCA chapter sponsored a tech session about brakes. Did you guys know that UUC manufactures replacement calipers & rotors for most BMW's except for our cars. At least for now. By the way, they're 1/2 the price of Brembos for similar applications.


Only true motorheads would give up part of a Saturday to hear a talk about brakes, rotors, calipers, heat etc.. Quite interesting actually. :)

Uh Oh! Baron Von Stuttgart just could'nt stay away....
I'll race you home? :D

You guys know me by now. I can't pass up future Bimmerheads :)
Is that a police car?

What's up baby brother? I'll race you home too :D

This is for you waggon (ahem) touring fans in the audience.

After seeing these excellent examples of E30 M3's I'm very tempted to buy one as a project car. A well maintained E30 can be had for the price of my mods alone :eek:

More pics here

Until next time :byee55amg

alpywhite 17th February 2002 04:13 AM

Yay...good eye! Too bad it wasn't the extra-strength version. :hihi: <P>

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Kids, this is a Sunbeam Alpine. Stick a Ford 260 or 289 small-block in it, etc., etc. and you've got a you-know-what. ;) <P>

de Witt 17th February 2002 05:04 AM

That Avus Blue M5Touring belongs to Robert Levinson, one of the owners of UUC Motorwerks. It is called the "Big Blue *****," LOL.

Great Pics. Thanks Blue Max:thumbsup:

EBMCS03 17th February 2002 09:15 AM

NICE Pics bluemax :thumbsup:

Micsor/DK 17th February 2002 09:24 AM

Cool pictures...........thanks:)

Mike-S. :viking:

Seven 17th February 2002 12:20 PM

Can't help it, but the black E55 looks really sexy.
Can it be that it is lowered by an inch or so?
Are there pictures yet of the new AMG E-class, I would love to see some.


Adam 17th February 2002 01:10 PM

Max great pics as usual!

Yeah those e30 m3's are really really nice...light and nippy nice cars indeed!

all the best

DrJimM5 17th February 2002 04:13 PM

Good job with the pictures. I really wanted to go, but things happen, I guess. I know they called it a "Beach Party", but I was cringing for you after seeing all those pictures with ground that looks like a construction site. Low-dust pads or no, we know whose LMB M5 got a bath late Saturday afternoon. :D At least is was 50+ degrees and I managed a hand wash myself. Since it's deep into February let's start planning a March meet for the Northeast posse. Talk to you soon,


Gustav 17th February 2002 04:42 PM

Yeah, that E55 is very nice. Could it be because of it's black with black windows. Looks very cool!

Greyzzz 17th February 2002 05:00 PM

Anyone have any info on that light grey E30 M3 withe the different grill and body kit? kinggf

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