Well I've had the car just over a year now, so this is from start to where I am now. Sorry for all the pictures!
Heres how I bought it March 2012, completely standard
First thing to sort was a stubby, then a good clean & full machine polish! She sparkled after!
I didnt wast time keeping it standard & later in March I decided to do the little mods like carbon badges & gloss black grills
As with nearly all facelift Z4 owners I had the leaking fog lights problem. After a short while of looking into buying second hand or new ones & seeing the price I decided to refurb my own.
Ill come back to this later as I lost interest after purchasing an M bumper. But here how they looked at the beggining of April 2012
By the end of April I had tried to wrap the roof myself, didnt go so well! But as I liked the look from a distance I decided to paint the roof & mirrors gloss black
Early May I decided to refurb & paint the alloys myself, as I had the roof & mirrors gloss black I decided to do them completely black. Heres them stripped down
Then painted in my garage, after a little flatting & polishing they came up quite nice for a rattle can job
Then mid may came the coilovers, this pic was taken before I had adjusted the fronts & rears to how I liked them
Again later in May I tinted all 3 rears lights
I also decided to get the fog light finshed as the M bumper wouldnt be repaired & painted for a few months
I also tinted the fogs & got them fitted, looks a bit more meaner now!
Heres a updated of picture of how its looked in June last year at a show called DC12
I finaly got round to trying on the M bumper
I then didnt do much for a couple of months apart from repair the M bumper & source all the grilles etc. Finally in September I got it painted & fitted
I also purchased the ZHP gear knob! What a difference they make to how the cars drives!
The begining of October saw the biggest challenge at the time. I picked up the X5 wheels which at the time I wasnt sure whether they would fit
After a couple of months of playing around making sure they fit & sourcing some tyres I finally got them fitted to the car just before christmas
By the begining of this year I got round to making a pair of front bumper fang protectors & an M bumper undertray extension.
I wasnt a fan of paying over £100 for an undertray when I could make something that will do the same job for a lot less money
It was then time to go a little lower, so I purchased a set of Spax RSX coilovers & fitted them mid January
And finally this is how it looked with the coilovers lowered a little
I finally got round to getting the X5 alloys painted
& then fitted at the end of March & this is how it looks now