///M Car Register
The ///M Car Register is open to all owners of BMW ///M Cars. These include 1M, M2, M3, M4, M5, and the M6.
Unique to the brand, all ///M cars start with the "WBS" prefix in the vehicle Identification Number. The ///M Car Register is the official ///M Car organisation within the BMW Club Queensland and the only ///M Car Register with backing from BMW AG. The ultimate driving machine, it was built for the task of eating kilometre after kilometre of winding twisting road and the ///M Car Register certainly make sure the cars are put to good use.
The BMW Club Queensland ///M Car Register conduct a number of events annually with the major event by the official ///M Car SuperRun conducted one Saturday in either June or July that sees some of the best roads in South East Queensland covered in a full days driving event. Afterwards join us for dinner at a selected venue. This years event is on Saturday July 23rd so check the events page for more details and also to register your interest.
Dont forget to join the BMW Club Queensland ///M Car Register Facebook Page and for more information, please contact our ///M Car Register Custodian Duane Thompson
6 Series Register
The E24 6 Series was debuted at the Geneva Motor Show in March 1976. The first-generation BMW 6 Series production ran from 1975 to 1989 and was available for sale from 1976 to 1989. BMW built 86,219 E24 6 Series cars. The 6 Series was a genuine pathfinder in many of the features that we accept as normal today. Beneath that beautiful body is the rugged running gear that was so strong that it could take all the cruel loads that Motorsport inflicts and finish a winner. Twice winning the European championship and also winning the Australian Championship. The 6 Series Register provides several levels of activity for owners of the E24 BMW. Primarily, it is a source of information about maintenance and repair to keep these cars in a condition befitting their status as BMW’s one Prestige Top of the range model in their line-up. We have access to sources of sometimes difficult to obtain parts, These are locally and Internationally available. Secondly, it is a social group to meet, drive and enjoy these cars in the company of other like minded owners. In the past we have had events for owners that include driving and meeting for a meal or just a coffee and conversation. As these cars are up to 40 years old, it is important to have contacts and talk in about issues or upgrades to keep these cars in circulation.
Dont forget to join the BMW Club Queensland 6 Series Register Facebook Page and for more information, please contact our 6 Series Register Custodian Larry Crouch.