There are few better ways to spend a cool fall morning than with some of the West coast’s most well-kept BMWs. Every year, the SoCal Vintage BMW meet is hosted to bring BMW enthusiasts together for a Saturday full of shop talk and beautiful cars. More than 350 Bimmers showed up this year for the 5th event, from 2002s to E30s, providing something for any BMW-keen enthusiast to revel over.
As BMW fanatics, SoCal Vintage BMW has to be one of our favorite events of the year.
The E46 M3 enthusiast’s community grows day to day as the cars are sold by their original owners and are picked up by guys like you and me. Navith Sokasaim is one of ‘em, having picked up this ’05 M3 just one year ago. Navith, however, unlike many others, has done a remarkable job in catching our attention in the most admirable way possible.
We know there’s a good chance a lot of you didn’t read yesterday’s article, as there were no slammed cars and no stance to be found. Unfortunately for those of you who were disappointed, you’ll have to be patient with us; today’s article will be no different. Today, we’re sharing our take on the annual SoCal Vintage BMW show, which for you, means plenty of immaculate classic BMW content. Tired of BMWs yet? I would hope not.
Andrew and I attended this years Japanese Classic Car Show in Long Beach several weeks back, but we never got our coverage up due to a litany of projects going on at the time. I will say it was a great event that certainly brought out some rare birds. Apparently, a lot of these cars stay behind closed garages most of the year so this show is a particular treat for the SoCal enthusiasts.