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Upcoming Events

Save the date!

BMW CCA NJ will be having their 50th Anniversary Party, August 29th, at the Deutscher Club of Clark from from 3pm til 7pm

We will have a picnic with German classics, BBQ dishes, and a cash bar.

This will be our premier BMW CCA NJ car show, so bring your BMW’s ready to display.

*** THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELED **

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Recent Forum Threads

Paint-less dent repair technician recommendation?

Hello dear friends,

As the title suggests, I am looking for a skilled dent repair expert, ideally located in NNJ, but willing to travel a bit if needed.

Please let me know if you know someone you are willing to recommend.

Thank you all!! 8)

Biergarten BMW event @ the Deutscher Club July 9, 2021

Hi all,

All BMWCCA members are invited to attend the Biergarten BMW event this Friday, July 9th. If you plan to display your car, please show up early and see Allison or Heinz. They will show you where to park your car. Once all the spots are filled, general parking will be available.

For more information, please click on the event page on our calendar.

See you this Friday.

Regards,
Paul

1988 735i rear suspension

I'm working on a sagging rear suspension. It got new lowering springs front and back years ago but after the swap, the rear is much lower than the front. The rear sags low. The tailpipe is about 4" from the ground. The tailpipe will hit the road if I go over a shallow pothole.

How do I tell if the car has a leveling system or not? Is it in the VIN?

I looked up parts and it appears the rear leveling system has added upper insulators and shims. Is that correct? The non leveling system doesn't have these parts?

F25 X3 Roof Rack Cross Bars

I have a set of never used cross bars part# 82 71 2 338 614 OEM. Still in the box (though the box has been opened). Located in Randolph, NJ. I believe they will fit any X3 2011-2017

Anyone interested? Make offer. Thanks.

Mega-clag, replace tires?

Hi, I'm driving a 2005 Lotus Elise with Toyo Proxes R888R tires. As the car is very light (< 2,000 lbs.), tires last quite a while. Mine have 24 track days on them, and could probably last another eight or ten. But at the Thunderbolt event a week ago they picked up so much clag and gravel that I couldn't really see any of my own tread. And when some of the clag came off on the straight, it ripped up the bottom edge of the body behind the left rear tire.

I've never seen this much clag. If you were me, would you replace the tires, or am I just going to pick up the same amount of clag at the next event?

Matthew

About Us

The New Jersey Chapter of the BMW Car Club of America was established in 1970 and today has of over 3,000 members in New Jersey and the surrounding area. Our purpose is to provide services and organize events that benefit and interest our members. Our goal is to help you get the most enjoyment and satisfaction from BMW ownership, and to create a community where members can share their enthusiasm for these terrific cars.

The Chapter holds a monthly meeting for members that often consist of technical presentations and demonstrations. Our social events are well know as fun, family affairs and offer a great opportunity for members and their families to meet and mingle.

Since we are a car club, we place a lot of emphasis on the safe, proper operation of the automobile. We offer several “behind-the-wheel” activities in a learning environment that are designed to improve your driving skills. These consist of our Street Survival program for teens, Autocross events and our highly regarded Driver School program.

Since this is a BMW car club, we also organize competitive events that explore the limits of these awesome cars. We hold regular timed Autocross events and sponsor several Club Races throughout the season.

If you, like most car nuts, can’t resist modifying, improving and maintaining your prized BMW’s, the club has a terrific collection of resources for you. The scope and depth of knowledge among our membership almost guarantees that you’ll find an expert who will gladly offer advice on any detail, and the club maintains a technical library and toolbox for your use.

This club exists for you, the membership, and is run by active members. What we do as a club is determined by you so, if you would like to see other activities, or additional services offered, please bring these suggestions forward.

So, join the club, come to a meeting, and meet your fellow members. We are sure that you will make new friends who share your interests – and passion – for these great cars!

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