25th August 2012, 19:09
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Originally Posted by MoonlitKnight
Anything against euromcars specifically? I only ask because I've been eyeing that Oxford '95 myself
That guy seems much more of a hobbyist than a car dealer, and I think he's working on getting another' 95 up and ready for sale.
Good luck in your search, patience is a virtue
MoonlitKnight, thanks for the Clarification, I am not a USED CAR Dealer, I simply collect Rare M cars (E34 M5, E28 M5, E24 M635csi & E30 M3 models) and occasionally sell one to replace with another similar or better example...it is a one man show and there is no showroom to display our cars, My self and my other M car nut buddy has I think the Largest Collection of Euro 3.8 M5 cars in the US (8 different colors) & Touring (3) which we have acquired over the years, I have actually imported few rare ones from Germany as well, perhaps will bring some more in the near future...
Good Luck in your Search, if you are not familiar with these cars, please get a PPI....
"M Cars" if you can't afford them, don't hate them
1985 Euro 535i - Zino Rot ()
1985 Euro E28 M5 3.5 - Lach Silber (Garage Queen)
1988 US E30 M3 - Henna Red / Black
1988 US E30 M3 - Alpine White / Pearl Beige
1991 US E30 318i - 5 spd. Diamond Black
1993 Euro E34 M5 3.8 - Daytona Violet
1994 Euro E34 M5 Touring Individual - Being Enjoyed in CA
1995 Euro E34 M5 - Schwarx II / Black
1995 US E34 M540i - Arctic Silver - Parts car
1999 US E39 528i - Sport Wagon - Schwarz
2001 US E39 530i - Premium / Sport 5 Speed (Siena Rot / Beige)
2001 US E39 530i -Premium / Sport Auto (Ti Silver / Grey)
1996 LX450 / Landcruiser - Worlds Best 4WD OME 3.5" lift
1987 VW Vanagon (For Sale)