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post #1 of 14 Old 6th January 2017, 11:05 PM Thread Starter
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2002 BMW M5 Carbon black/Caramel with 34.5k

Sadly the time has come to sell my low miles beast (I will still keep my Imola).
The car is completely stock other than the lighted ZHP shift knob.
The PPI was done this past Tuesday. The only negative that came up was a leaking low pressure power steering hose. This has already been taken care of by the same shop.

No accidents.
Carfax report available.

The only cosmetic issue this car has is that the right RR wheel finish started peeling (very common issue).

Here is the car info:

2002 BMW M5 Carbon black / Caramel
34,500 Miles
VIN last 7 (CF90060)
Production date 10/2001

Exterior 8.8/10
No dings or dents, just a couple of small rock chips. Filled them up using a color matching touch up pen.
Kumho Ecsta LE sport with 85% thread left.

Interior 9/10
Extended leather caramel interior
ZHP lighted shift knob
Stahlgrau interior trim
I will include OE caramel floor mats.

Recent maintenance done in the past 100 miles
Oil and filter change (Liqui Moly 10w60 oil & Hengst filter)
Brake pads
Replaced low pressure power steering hose and flushed the fluid.


Asking price is $35,000 OBO
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Pictures of the undercarriage taken during the PPI.
No leaks on transmission input or output shaft, rear main seal and diff input shaft.













Wheel with shadow chrome wheel peeling spot

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Will be looking at this very seriously next month, that is if its still for sale, Good Luck.
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Pictures of the undercarriage taken during the PPI.
No leaks on transmission input or output shaft, rear main seal and diff input shaft.
OP, are these original seals or where they previously addressed? Very surprised to see them clean and not leaking because these seems to be very common areas of leaking, even on lower mile cars.

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That's a beauty. Really like the look of that interior trim -- was it stock?

Can't think of a better person to buy an E39 M5 than a guy who owns two. GLWS

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OP, are these original seals or where they previously addressed? Very surprised to see them clean and not leaking because these seems to be very common areas of leaking, even on lower mile cars.
According to the records the rear main seal was replaced in 2004 under warranty when the car had 8,000 miles.
The diff and other seals seems to be the originals.
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beautiful car! although it looks like you have some other fun vehicles in the driveway.
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beautiful car! although it looks like you have some other fun vehicles in the driveway.
Yes I do! Its getting out of control... hahah.
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