I wish Rob. I think I've bought an e34 525 Sport. (Have to finalise it). It's full M5 spec - the kit painted correctly, the rear number plate surround etc.. obviously only has 192bhp though. Previous owner has also fitted M5 badges. These will be binned obviously.Rob Plummer said:Totally off topic, but Ste - what you going to put them on!!?? Have you bought another one??!!
M5saloon said:My memory is definitely NOT right !!
The 18" Style 37 parallels are eBay item #7959914840 start price is €1099 with BUY NOW at €1249 !!
The £220 is for a UK set of alloys and tyres off a 1992 M5 so i'm assuming the throwing star ones, no picture listed, that's eBay #7960073514.
Thank you.Simonal said:What for the wrong ones? i.e. not M5 but 7 series
They are in the UK in London eBay number 4532822527 currently at £100 with 3days+ to go.
Yes I agree as I think the extra width at the back would be very nice.Donati said:Thank you.
Yes, i ment the ones for 7-series.
IMO the only downside when fitting them to our cars, is that they are not original equipment. The E38 wheels look better, the rears are wider, and they reduce understeer
After having a fair few cars and having changed a few wheels :7: I agree with both of you. Although the wider ones would look great the reason I purchased the car in the first place was because of the balance and the handling so it would be a shame to mess that up with the wrong wheels just for looks and the fact that they are available!Bryn said:I had 18" BBS RK in an E39 offset on mine and the tramlining and bump steer were shocking. They looked great, but really spoiled the handling of the car so they went as soon as the tyres wore out. Back on 17" throwing stars now :thumbsup: