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View Poll Results: Price? $70,000 for 2000 loaded M5 with 17,000 miles.
Good. 2 12.50%
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to low. 1 6.25%
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Old 10th August 2001, 00:39   #1
Chris L
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Location: Sunnyside,WA USA


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2000 M5 only 17,000 miles, $62,000

This car is incredible! I love it, but apears to be to much for the wife, I am currently putting in a new clutch. I think the new M3 convertable will suit her much better (not near the amount of power). The car is black with black interior with walnut trim. Crome window trim, park distance control, phone, and changer. K-40 radar/laser detector, tinted windows (WA legal). New tires (Toyo), due to blow out(ask for details and damage). Sport seats, best leather, this car screams class. Only about 17,000 miles on car. She's a beauty that can be yours for $62,000.

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Old 10th August 2001, 21:56   #2
Join Date: Jul 2001
Location: Brooklyn
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Garage: 2000 M5 Titanium Silver

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hi can you give me your number , i am interested.
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