1995 BMW 840CI Start Up, Exhaust, and In Depth Tour
In this video I give a full in depth tour of a 1995 BMW 840CI. I take viewers on a close look through the interior and exterior of this car while showing details, over viewing of features, and noting unique styling cues to the vehicle itself. I also show the engine and the details of it, start it up and see how it sounds under acceleration. A thorough tour/review of this car designed to give others a greater overall appreciation of the vehicle.
Restore 1989 MR2 Part 4
Wheeler Dealers How to restore a 1984 MR2 and resale it. Replacing a crack windshield by a professional. If you any comments or would like to see more email me at TonyA2583@yahoo.com
Repairing the Mercedes Roof - Wheeler Dealers
Wheeler Dealers - Edd China has to sort out the convertible roof of the Mercedes SLK, which happens to be it's main selling point.
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Bmw M8 Prototype Live photos 2010!!!
Originally envisioned as a Ferrari competitor, only a single prototype BMW M8 was ever produced, equipped with a special 550 bhp (410 kW; 558 PS) version of the S70 engine, essentially a bored out version of the M70 with experimental multi-valve cylinder heads. A common misconception is that this engine powered the McLaren F1. However, when this was suggested to McLaren's designer Gordon Murray, the idea was rejected because the engine was too heavy and long for the McLaren F1. A completely new BMW engine was designed which has a closer resemblance to the later Euro S50B30 BMW M3 engine.
The project was eventually scrapped because BMW decided that there was no market for an M8. The only prototype ever produced (one that was reportedly not even road safe) was locked away by BMW in the company's Giftschrank (poison storage) and was reportedly destroyed. BMW and the M Division had strongly denied that the car was even a possibility since the initial stages of its development. A world exclusive feature in the February 2010 issue of BMW Car Magazine, however, revealed that the M8 prototype still exists in its entirety, though at the time of writing a malfunctioning engine management module still required attention before the S70/1 V12 could be declared in proper running order.
While the M8 was never produced, it is interesting to note that the 850CSi was also tuned by BMW's M division. Aside from sporting an M-tuned engine (as identified by the S suffix instead of the M prefix that a non-M tuned engine would wear), the car's VIN identifies the car as being built by BMW Motorsport (identified by the WBS prefix) instead of BMW AG (WBA prefix). This effectively identifies the 850CSi as essentially a detuned version of the M8.