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Old 15th June 2011, 00:10   #11
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that mileage makes me drool. it looks like it just rolled out of the factory.
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Really really good looking
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Old 15th June 2011, 03:44   #13
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An excellent find!!

If you take good care of her, she'll still look and feel like "new" even with 260,000KM on the clock (see attached photos of my girl)

With every single km an absolute pleasure to drive.

BEST long term car I have ever driven, PERIOD. :

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Thanks everyone.

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would love to check it out some day. Looks amazing!

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Old 13th April 2012, 08:15   #16
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She's for sale:

e34 M5 pictures by postdon - Photobucket

E34 M5

VIN: WBSHD9311MBK05863
MSRP: 60,300.00
Retail Date: 09/30/1991
I am the second registered ower
Have all original keys/spare & valet keys with original dealer stock numbers on key chain. Tires have new Dumlop tread with zero curbish on rims/ spare rim never used with original tire.
Service History:
11/16/1992 5,957 miles -raised level brake circuit
01/23/1993 6,250 miles -level control system - spring cylinder leaking
01/27/1993 6,299 miles -ride height control valve, hydropneumatics leaking
12/15/1993 7,274 miles -fuel filler cap poorly fitted
03/38/1994 7,555 miles -repl jack for E34 prod
05/04/1994 7,618 miles -vehicle battery not passed
03/30/1995 8,697 miles -drive unit, rear regulators permanent failure
09/10/1996 10,569 miles -rear door trim blistering
11/29/1996 10,938 miles - recall air bag locking ring
11/16/1999 22,192 miles -recall radiator cap
08/12/2005 26,277 miles -oil filter/brake/coolant/diff fluid/trans fluid/oil
08/08/2009 27,621 miles -oil filter/coolant/brake fluid/oil/wiper inserts
11/11/2010 27,810 miles -oil/oil filter
12/08/2010 28,025 miles - oil pas gasket/oil/ valve cover gasket/spark plug hole gasket/ front brake pad rotor pad sensor/ drive belts alternator pulleys/ sls delete/ rr flex disc control arm bushing
01/26/2011 recover headliner/a pillars/ rear sail/ back shelf/ repair door panels

Asking $30,000

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