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2000 BMW M5. Jet black exterior. Red/black interior. I've owned it two years now. I bought it at 79k and it has about 86k now. Car runs and looks great. Brand new tires on the rear. Front tires still good. $13,500.

I also have a extra set of OEM M5 rims (tires are worn out) with 3mm spacer and extended lug bolts for an extra $800. Spacers and extended lug bolts can be used to run rear rims up front. It will also make a winter set possible.

It has all the upgrades from the 2003 model (done by previous owner so i dont have the original parts) which include:
-Angel eye xenon headlights
-Updated sport steering wheel
-Widescreen navigation display
-DVD based navigation computer
-Rear LED taillights
-New updated guage cluster (newer design and no dead pixel problem)

Shortly before I purchased the car the previous owner had the clutch, thermostat, and water pump replaced.

Since I purchased it, I have completed the following maintenance:

-new fuel pump
-new fuel filter
-new valve cover gaskets (both sides)
-new plugs
-new hoses for oil seperators
-cleaned throttle bodies
-new oil cap
-new rear shocks (bilstein hd)
-new rear BMW springs
-new rear ball joints
-new rear upper control arms
-new rear lower control arms
-new rear brake pads
-new rear brake pad sensor
-trans fluid flush
-rear diff. fluid flush
-alignment
-new FSU (blower motor resisitor)
-20% tint all around


The car runs great but there are a few issues:
-Due to the LED taillights, there is a 'check rear light' message (everything works fine, but LEDs use much less voltage than regular bulbs causing the message)
-the drivers seat side bolster is a little worn out
-the adjuster for the steering wheel stopped working so its stuck in the high position (needs control module)

This is a GREAT DEAL and I know what I have, so NO LOWBALLERS or joyriders.

email me for more pics or information [email protected]
 

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Great price, should go quickly with the amount of upgrades and service history. GLWS!
 
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