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Has any one thought of taking part in these events?
It's a track day for the novice/intermediate with I believe instructors on hand to help you improve your skills.
So usually Detailing sees me on the motorway networks, doing an obscene amount of miles, travelling to clients to work the Summit magic on their cars.
This Z3 however was a little different - owned by a neighbour in the next apartment block 100ft away!
So the aim of this Detail was to get the paintwork as defect free as possible in 2 days.
This is the car in question - not bad on first impression, paintwork wise, but looks can be deceiving
You know the drill... Tee-shirt for the winning photographer
Click each image to see full size, or view the whole July 2014 Gallery here http://zroadster.org/media/categories/july-2014.39/
I'm new here, just completed my first Z3 I entered this video rebuild contest and was selected as one of 10 finalists. Grand prize is $10,000 - it would really help to pay off some of the massive debt I've accumulated over the last 4 years (just finished my doctorate).
So I need your help. Winner is decided by a public vote, so please help by voting once a day for the next 10 days or so. My video is "Z Dream".
Bought a Z3M in 2001, damaged and left it in storage since. Recently dug it out over the winter to prepare it for the summer.
I have a few photos of when we got the car home back in 2001 but can't put my finger on them at the moment. Here are some photos of more recent times, now we've bitten the bullet and started working on it.
As some of you may know i went off to Le'mans a week ago with a group of friends to see what all the fuss was about. I can now see what the attraction is and can safely say i have had a once in a life time experience and shall never forget it. I took hundreds of photos and shot some interesting videos, stretching the legs of my Z3M and can certainly say these M's are very underrated. I kept up with most of the TVR's and no one managed to loose me when we played games, of course all was carried out at 130km/h on the French toll roads.
Details on meetups and organisation surrounding the Silverstone Classic 2014 Event (Zed Fest 2014).
You can't buy tickets any more, but for those that have already it's a chance to make sure you meetup with your forum friends!
1st June - BMWCC Scottish Region held their annual Concours at the new venue, for us, of Drumlanrig Castle Dumfrieshire
There were 31 cars total, entered into the competition - 3 Master-Class and 28 Pride of Ownership
Of the 28, 6 of these were Zeds (2 x Z3, 2 x Z4 Coupes and 2 Z4 E89)
Both Z3s (the red one is @BIG DAVE ) and both the white Z4s were all placed in their classes!
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