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i live just south of charrlotte on lake wylie, i know of two shops that do a great job on anything you may need.

the first place i would reccomend would be Mcneely motorsports, the owner Gerald does a magnificant job and he is located in stallings, also the shop next door is Touring Car Inc. both of which specialize in BMW's no matter what age. i have the information on Touring Car Inc. the number is 704-821-7023(7025) ask for Dan. Frankie sent ya.

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1989 325is "Mugsley" (Decommissioned)
1988 325i "Mugsley II"

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I have had some contact with Dan at Touring Car in connection with a couple of Baurs that he has.  Here is some info on his shop:


And his Facebook page:



We also did a post about our contact after spotting a Baur in a pic taken at his shop:




Home for Feral BMWs

1973 2002 Malaga (with frosting), 1982 323i Baur

1991 325ix (winter), 1977 320i (carbed), 1989 325ix

1989 325iC (summer), 1979 323i (project), 1978 320i (parts)


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I'm in Charlotte and there are two excellent shops in the city. My favorite and the one I always use is Eurocars at the corner of South Mint and Summit Ave. Jeff Albanese and mechanic Mitchell do a great job. I take all of my out of warranty BMWs there.


Another is Star Automotive on Monroe Rd. Earl Whitton has an excellent cadre of mechanics there. 

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2008 M5 Sapphire Black Metallic, 6-speed

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