BMW E3 2500

This BMW E3 2.5 belongs to Ronny Dreizehner, a German friend of Wheelmen. Besides this wonderful example, his collection consists of an Alpina B7 Turbo, BMW 850i, BMW 635CSi and BMW Z1. Ronny is a genuine master-technician, passionate for BMW, Mercedes and Alpina. A man that still knows the original methods of producing and restoring a car in the fashion of the people that initially created them

Currently he is working on the Alpina B6 3.5s. This car was already in fair condition, but some things needed concern, such as the suspension and minor time-consuming issues. With our Wheelmen-garage filled to the brim with the Carte Blanche project and the V12 E28, he’s first choice for cars that need just the 2% to make them Wheelmenworthy. It’s not easy to find a mechanic in The Netherlands that actually understand the 2% in question, but Ronny clearly does.

He (and his staff) care for customer cars as if they are their own. Everything is treated with care and respect, so its clear that no skeletons will hide in closet. Even area’s of the car that are not visual without disassembly are granted the treatment they deserve, preserving these cars from corrosion. So if you are ever thinking what to do with your car, it’s a no-brainer to send it to a man that understand the difference between ‘good’ and ‘perfect’. Ronny will use his skills and knowledge to make your precious vehicle stand out from other ‘good’ cars, going the full distance on engine, drivetrain, chassis, bodywork and interior.

You can find Ronny here

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