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Old 5th October 2006, 12:55   #241
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Old 5th October 2006, 13:53   #242
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Thanks so much. I am interested in a full detail about the specs of this touring if one is available...and the asking price. I would like to be included in the mail forum if that' ok

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who has 'destroyed' that E9/CS-Coupe ??
is that an -real- 'bat-mobile' ? what is the VIN ? (I do own an E9/CS-Coupe myself and strangely enough some other M5touring-owners do as well
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I have a factory build-sheet copy for that M5touring BL01619, please contact me by e-mail -m5toureg@telia.com -
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for the M5touring 619 being for sale you shud really contact the owner who sells it -
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Old 5th October 2006, 19:26   #244
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who has 'destroyed' that E9/CS-Coupe ??
I can always count on you to speak my mind! Thx mate!

Now who got drunk and raped that E9?????
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Old 5th October 2006, 19:38   #245
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Is the E9 yours TX530iT?

Why is it that with some members I can guess their location without looking at the text under their name?
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Guys, do not be -too- hard on him. At least the car looks clean and tidy and
of course he does what he wants with his car/money. There is actually an
E9-Coupe in the US with a S38-M5-engine.
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I know it is partly my own fault but please remember this is 'The E34 M5 Touring Registry'-thread.' Any E9-comments are welcome to my e-mail-address (I am working on Global E9-CSL-registry as well
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That was a totally boogered 2800cs. It now has a blown 635 M30 in it and it makes some 360hp. It's affectionately known as the the FrankenC there aren't many M's of any year that can catch it to give it the finger. It has digital guages and billet aluminum dash and center console and blows the coldest ac out of ferrari type plenums. It can do a buck twenty from austin to houston in an hour and a half in 100'F weather while the inside is delightfully chilled in M3 seats and blasting alpine/mb quart system

It's not raped; it's just plain sick...with that 18" deep dish meat. 90mph sweepers with your pinky. The owner would happily tell you go pound sand after you handed over your pink slip to your 03 M5.

Hate it all you want, just don't try to race it.

There is an S52 E9 done by Terry Sayther that this will kick the crap out of 6 ways from Sunday...mostly due to the owner's desire to slam the car so low it will barely drive, and the ECU is poorly transferred.

I'll keep to M5T's as that is what I am after. Sorry, but rape is a big word and had to be answered.

cheers everyone.


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. It can do a buck twenty from austin to houston in an hour and a half in 100'F weather while the inside is delightfully chilled in M3 seats and blasting alpine/mb quart system

It's not raped; it's just plain sick...with that 18" deep dish meat. 90mph sweepers with your pinky. The owner would happily tell you go pound sand after you handed over your pink slip to your 03 M5.

Hate it all you want, just don't try to race it.

There is an S52 E9 done by Terry Sayther that this will kick the crap out of 6 ways from Sunday...mostly due to the owner's desire to slam the car so low it will barely drive, and the ECU is poorly transferred.

I beg your pardon?
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I beg your pardon?
Isn't that e39-board speak?

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This is the next project if we can get it down here...will get a 91 M5 donor engine.....

You have to realize there's just not enough original car left to do the triple weber thing and putt putt around, so you drop a screamin pig under the hood and keep stiffening it up until the glass quits shattering, throw some 18" meat on it, and then paint it up.

Reg, that was my last non M5T post in this thread, I swear
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