I do not believe there is a Pre-war BMW owner who has not had problems with their Bosch Starter Motor. The amount of engagement is one thing common to them all, but have you ever looked at the black cover box on the end?
This article will mean more to the users of the models 315, 319 and 329s. The Achilles heel of the Hurth gearboxes used in these cars tends to be the sloppy movement of the gear lever; a likeness to the stirring of a pudding comes to mind.
Returning from my VSCC monthly “Last Thursday” Noggin & Natter at the Royal Oak Inn, Much Marcle, near Ledbury, Herefordshire in my faithful 319, FMC 119, the headlights began to surge before finally the dreaded ignition warning light shone bright red. My passenger asked ‘what does that mean?’ I informed him that it meant the […]