I love checking out car restorations and seeing what some people are doing to their old-school rides. Well it doesn't get much more old school than this: a 1937 BMW 328 Roadster, and in Wednesday's blog post we got to see and hear about the work that was being done by Black Horse Garage to improve the body shell. In today's clip we join up with the Black Horse gang to see what work they are doing to the engine, and it should be quite interesting.
This video begins with a Black Horse Garage tech checking out the pistons for the 1937 BMW 328 Roadster engine for leakage potential. Other engine items covered and discussed in this video include the studs, timing chain, rods, front pulley, valve guides, the cylinder heads, and more. It's interesting to get to see the parts that have been culled from such a vintage vehicle and hearing from the tech about the condition that all these engine parts are in and what needs to be done to get this old Roadster's engine up and running again. Hopefully soon Black Horse will post video of what the 328 Roadster looks like when all has been restored and put back together again.