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Old 3rd March 2003, 19:41   #1
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Unfortunately selling M5 :-(

Hey guys,
I just thought I would let you guys in the states know that I am selling my M5 after two VERY fun years. The wife and I are building a house, and she made me choose which car to sell, so I'm keeping the 911 for now. I know as soon as it is gone, I'll regret it, but it's the right thing to do for now.

Anyway, to keep my "for sale" post to a minimum, here is the website with pics of the car: http://p-car.com/porsche/robert/m5/

I have also listed it on Roadfly with a detailed description for those interested. That address is: http://www.roadfly.org/bmw/classifie...php?view=11517

I have really enjoyed the two years on here. You guys have been great for helping me to understand the intricate nature of these cars. Being a BMW fan since I was a kid, this was the ultimate car to own, and it has been fun to say the least.

Anyway, thanks to all you guys for your help, and e-mail if you have any questions.

Robert Collins
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2006 BMW E60 M5 - Interlagos Blue/Black Full Leather
1996 Porsche 993 TT (911 Twin Turbo) - Guards Red/Black
2002 BMW M3 Cabriolet - Topaz Blue/Gray - AA Supercharged Gen VI/Stage II (620 hp)
2008 Cadillac Escalade (kid and car parts hauler) - Diamond White/Black

Gone but not forgotten......
2002 BMW E39 M5 - Imola Red/Caramel
2001 BMW 740iL Sport (sold for my M5)
1999 BMW M3 convertible - Estoril Blue/Dove Gray
1999 BMW M3 convertible (red/gray) sold for Estoril Blue car
1996 Porsche 993 Carrera 2 cabriolet (sold)
1991 BMW E34 M5 (sold)
1983 BMW 320is (sold)
1983 BMW 320i (sold)
1981 Porsche 911 SC (sold)
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