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Old 18th November 2009, 19:03   #71
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Funny you should say that....looking at the most recently posted images of 077 last night I was thinking 'it's almost grey'. But it is definitely a Special Paint car.

I wasn't aware there were two shades of Dolphin grey - can you ssupply any additional information on that?

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Old 18th November 2009, 19:15   #72
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This year i attended to the creme21rally as official bmw car, they gave to Ulrich and i an M3 e30 cabrio to go there.
We met with the other BMWs drivers, and there were a 525e one of the last in a marvellous grey/greenish shade, talking with the owner i knew that it was a greener shade of dolphin gray, made only in 87.
I suggested Dvid to take contact with the owner by contacting the co driver, Mr Ziegler, President of the e12/e28 Club.
So i hope that soon we will have news..
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Is this interioru stock? I havent seen these woodpanels? Full elather as welll, with leather on the instrumentpanel. Very nice.

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Wait & see how long it takes me to fit those calipers...
I've had a new regulator for the drivers side window for 5 years......!


Here are the photo's of the interior as promised.
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Woho, what a full elather interiour!

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By God thats a beautiful interior!! What colour is this car, and please put up some more pictures of it!!?
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Havent seen these wood panels, rare! http://homepage.ntlworld.com/james.h...dleatherm5.jpg
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This car (with the Cardinal red Special upholstery) is Blue/black metallic (Special paint).

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Gustav,

I haven't seen these wood panels before. There's nothing listed on the build record for this car (Luxor beige with Nutria trim) to suggest where they came from. Could they have been made from thin panels and added?. Also of note is the brown dashboard moulding to match the trim - I have seen this on another M5 with Nutria trim.

This car - the only GB car in Luxor - was also the only E28 M5 supplied by The Ashdown Garage in Sussex.... which later became Munich Legends.

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The superior trim of the car in Nutria was avaliable after 9/84, for all the e28. The wood trim was a aftermarket of an italian tuner, Orciari.
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