Alpina and Blancpain

May 17, 2024,21:46 PM
 

Spotted this in a YouTube video at the Alpina factory in Germany.  Anyone else addicted to classic restoration and engine tear-down videos?




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Guilty! LOL

 
 By: Dimardi : May 17th, 2024-22:24
Yeah, you can count me as a fan of those videos!

OK I’ll up my depravity

 
 By: Tick Talk : May 18th, 2024-14:52
I’m really getting interested in the channels that electrify classic exotic cars. Seems like a great way to enjoy these rolling works of art into a future without ICE.

Oh yes!

 
 By: S F : May 18th, 2024-01:14
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Here you go :)

 
 By: S F : May 18th, 2024-06:29
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😉

 
 By: S F : May 18th, 2024-10:33
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Hummmm, terrific.

 
 By: amanico : May 18th, 2024-10:39

I was hoping

 
 By: Tick Talk : May 18th, 2024-14:41
To see one of these, thanks for sharing your jewel

Pleasure!

 
 By: S F : May 18th, 2024-16:11
A very interesting video series on the E65 B7. Thks for bringing it to our attn. Next let me also take a pix of my BP Lemans Flyback with the B7😉🥂

Yeeees! Please do so!

 
 By: amanico : May 18th, 2024-16:24

Yes! Sreten is amazing and his videos and BMW work is utterly top notch.

 
 By: vitalsigns : May 18th, 2024-14:14
One of the best YouTube car restoration channels out there.

Indeed

 
 By: Tick Talk : May 18th, 2024-14:49
Any other favorites? I used to enjoy Legit Street Cars until sponsorship endorsements overwhelmed the channel.

Good news for Alpina owners

 
 By: Tick Talk : May 19th, 2024-22:46
according to Andreas Bovenseipen (CEO and son of Alpina founder Burkard Bovenseipen) commencing in 2026 the factory will offer service and restorations for out of production models. During a test drive in the last episode of Project Chicago on M539 channe...