I was a member here a LONG time ago when I used to drive my supercharged e24. Then I went to school for a bunch of things....
I've been a licensed tech since 2007, Been in and out of the shop environment a bunch of times for schooling. Now I'm a Licensed tech, as well as an Automotive Product Designer and Engineer, and finally fabricator.
Our shop mainly services BMW's and M/B's in the Newmarket, Aurora area. The last few years I've been busy restoring BMW's from the 70's and 60's.
I've gotten to the point now where people from distant places have heard about our shop (waiting in line at the Nurburgring for lap tickets lol...facebook's reach is pretty hilarious!), but funny enough the people in our own backyard get shocked when I tell them about our shop and what we do. Most what we do at our shop is on our FB site.. www.facebook.com/tmwerkes
My main purpose of rejoining Maxbimmer isn't to promote my own shop (we are pretty busy as it is) but mainly to be involved in local BMW-centric activities. I had about 4 cars at Tedfest last summer, however outside of that, really didn't participate in any local BMW events. We are at the vintages in NC last summer as well.
Also to share some of the info I've come across servicing BMW's. I am a firm believer in "open source" so if the info is out there and easily available I like to share with my clients. (and anyone else who asks)
Anyways I'll try to be active on Maxbimmer. Just want to reconnect with all the local BMW enthusiasts I've lost touch with over the years.
Cheers and happy motoring in the ultimate driving machine