• NJBMWCCA Schendoah

Upcoming Events

Date:  September 30, 2021
Time: 7:00pm-9:30pm
Place: The Deutscher Club of Clark NJ (Outdoor)
 
Speaker: Klaus Schnitzer
 
As the former chief photographer for Roundel Magazine, Klaus has volunteered to show our members his amazing car photos from his collection.  Please join us at this special event.  All members are welcome.
 
Food and beverage will be available.  Please note that this event will be held outside.
 
You can read more about Klaus here.  http://klausschnitzerphoto.com/bio/
Saturday, Oct 16 — Sunday, Oct 17, 2021 Do you want to get in one more event in 2020? Do you want to drive a track that is guaranteed to make you a better driver? Our Shenandoah Driver School is the answer! This event is becoming a favorite for those students who have taken the plunge to give the track a try. We will be running the traditional complement of three student run groups (Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced). The Shenandoah Circuit is the newest track at Summit Point Raceway and is known for its interesting layout and technical challenges. The hallmark of the track is a dimensional replica of the famous carussel turn at the Nurburgring featuring 20 degree banking! Driving Shenandoah will make you a better driver on every other track you visit - almost every type of turn is on this track. Beyond great in-car and classroom instruction, we also try to have one of our instructors give a track walk at lunch. This gives students a different perspective on the track and yields additional driving tips that will improve your driving and fun. This school is generally characterized by smaller run groups giving plenty of open track to all participants. Note also that this is the only school run by the NJ chapter that offers 2 days of skid pad training for all participants. If you truly want to improve your car control skills, skid pad training is a must. Come on down for a great weekend and a truly fun track. Note that open face helmets Snell2010 or newer will be accepted for this event. $395 Registration Fee Till Aug 4, after Aug 4 till Sept 15 $425, after Sept 15 $450

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Looking to attend the Oct 3 AutoX, the classification webpage doesn’t have 2021 models yet. Any ideas what to classify a 2021 M3?

Been about 10yrs since my last AutoX with BMWCCA, need to see if I remember how to do this.

17 RUN FLAT BRAND NEW 225 45

Bridgestone 225x45 17 inch run flat never used $75- stickers still on

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4 15 inch BMW wheels and snow tires off a 1997 318is

Available is (4) 15 inch BMW wheels and snow tires off a 1997 318is $200 takes all
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E63/E38/E39/E36/E28 Parts

These are E63 650 part
starter​
ac compressor​
PW pump​
Vanos parts​
Valve covers​
both heads and block good condition​
air pump​
IVR​
old alternator​




E39 540/M5 Parts
new front and rear rotors​ (new)
M5 front rotors - needs cutting​
M5 down pipes (idea for front cats delete)​
silver front bumper with parking sensor n washer jets for headlight​
ignition keys/EWS/DME (2 sets)​
2001 Led tail lights​ (pair)
High Cluster (3 pieces)​
LCM (3 pieces)
General Module (2pieces)
radio/cd changer/wide nav screen​
Sport seats, (2 pairs of front seats)​



E38 740

2001 tail lights​
750 right front caliper​
Alternator






E36 Parts

M50 Intake manifold​


M3 front bumper cover​


glass head light cover, left side only​


Leather seat cover for pets​





E28 Parts

sun roof visor​


trunk seal​


chrome strips​


lots of small parts​


PM me with your needs,



Bimtoberfest event by BMW of Bridgewater Sunday 9/19

Bimtoberfest is back for 2021!! Join us for BMW of Bridgewater's Annual Car Show!

Besides the numerous cars on display, there will also be:

- Food Trucks

- BIMtoberfest Merchandise

- Giveaways

- Entertainment And more!

https://www.bmwofbridgewater.com/bimtoberfest-2021.htm

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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