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9 Comments on "BMW Alpinas"
I’m looking for an original engine for my E12 Alpina B7 Turbo. Would it be possible to ask Stephen if he happens to have one or if he knows a shop or somebody who might help me with that search? Regards.
I believe I saw the green B7 at european car meet at Miller Motorsports Park in Utah. Best looking car there.
As a long time BMW enthusiast, and one who is also drawn to the vintage cars, I have to send out huge props to the owner’s opening remarks about this car community. You are initially drawn in because of the cars – you grow to love it because of the people. A great ambassador of this open, friendly, helpful mindset. And oh yeah – he has some great cars, too!
When I bought my 2002 it was the first car I owned that I felt part of an actual community.
who is this guy and what is the name of his shop?
Stephen, the owner is a super-nice genuine enthusiasts who prefers to keep a low profile. He’s active in the BMW community and boards, but he has asked us to respect his privacy and not disclose his details.
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