Home » European Delivery »

  European Delivery


11/27/2011    3:30 PM
COMMENTS: 73

Follow a 1M owner’s european delivery journal and experience it vicariously through his more than 100 photos from the trip through Europe.

11/10/2011    8:40 PM
COMMENTS: 62

Follow along an M3POST member’s epic Germany roadtrip journal featuring a massive set of automotive related photos. He takes us from the Mercedes-Benz and Porsche museums to a BMW owned dealership in Munich, to the Nurburgring and finally to the BMW Museum and Welt.

Future updates are still coming so be sure to check in on the thread.

11/01/2011    6:00 PM
COMMENTS: 153

What could be better than taking European Delivery of a BMW? How about when that BMW is a BMW Individual order? And what tops that? How about then taking redelivery via Performance Center Delivery!

That describes M3POST member Azurite90M’s experience recently with his Individual Azurite Black M3 sedan. Check out his most epic photo gallery inside.

bmw performance center delivery, bmw performance centery delivery journal, bmw pcd, bmw pcd journal, pcd, bmw m3 pcd, bmw m3 performance center delivery, bmw pcd report, bmw performance center delivery report

10/27/2011    8:00 AM
COMMENTS: 138

A european delivery experience is already a pretty special one, but coupled with the delivery of a special order BMW Individual M3 in fire orange metallic and you’ve got an experience few in the world can boast about having accomplished.

This is exactly what M3POST member U94/2 recently experienced as he took delivery of his new fire orange E92 M3 and made its maiden voyage around Europe. Check out his euro delivery journal inside.

10/09/2011    2:30 PM
COMMENTS: 68

Take a European delivery trip vicariously with status38 as he chronicles his euro delivery adventure to Europe and the Nurburgring. His trip took him from Munich – > Stuttgart -> Nurburg -> Brussells -> Amsterdam with a few stops and detours on the side.

Tons of great photos and videos inside. Our favorites are the ones from The Green Hell!

09/17/2011    5:45 PM
COMMENTS: 89

Many of our 1M owners are taking advantage of BMW’s european delivery option and reporting back with great stories and gorgeous photos of their experience.

Member djafactor has just posted his euro delivery journal which takes us on his 8 days ED trip with his 1M and father as co-pilot. Along the way they meet a lead 1M engineer, hit the Geslar Pass, Innsbruck, through the South Tyrol mountains, drove Furka and San Bernadino Pass, and drove the Nurburgring. You can experience djafactor’s trip vicariously inside.

09/12/2011    11:40 AM
COMMENTS: 96

M3 Adjuster, one of the first 12 civilians to test drive the BMW 1M coupe, as part of the M-power.com contest late last year, has become the first of the 12 to pick up his 1M coupe. His epic european delivery journal can be seen inside. If you like ED photos, you will NOT be disappointed!

09/05/2011    9:00 PM
COMMENTS: 26

ZPOST member Stupenal chronicles his 6 day European Delivery trip with his girlfriend and Z4 sDrive35is throughout Europe. The trip took them from: Day 1 – Germany to Austria – Delivery Day | Salzburg | Grossglockner | Heiligenblut, Day 2 – Austria to Italy – Dolomites | Colle Santa Lucia| Bolzano, Day 3 – Italy – Verona | Bellagio – Lake Como, Day 4 – Italy to Switzerland – Andermatt | Furka Pass | Interlaken | Lucerne, Day 5 – Switzerland to Austria – Nauders | Lago di Resia| Innsbruck, and finally Day 6 – Austria to Germany – Munich | Dropoff.

08/29/2011    1:02 PM
COMMENTS: 75

Yet another excellent european delivery journal thread! But, the photos never get old and boy are there a lot of those in this journal, which features tons of bucket list level events and places to see.

Member ///M1 started with pickup at The Welt, followed by the ‘mandatory’ factory tour, and once done, a spirited 550+km drive North to Cologne, where for all 3 days he was hosted by the Scuderia Ferrari team in the Formula 1 Paddock during the German F1 Grand Prix at the Nurburgring. As a side note, he is on a life-long dream to visit every single active F1 circuit in the world, and is now at the half-way mark. His subsequent trip through Central and Eastern Europe was timed such … CONTINUED