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Discussion Starter #1 (Edited)
Reluctantly selling my baby.......

Basics:

79,xxx miles
Electric Rear Sunshade and Retractable Side Window Shades
M Audio with 6 disk CD Changer
Bavarian Soundworks Speaker Upgrade
Park Distance Control
Fold Down Rear Seats with Ski Bag
Alcantara Headliner
Wide Screen Navigation
Trunk liner with cargo net
New floor mats

New Stuff and Upgrades:

Dinan stuff: CAI, MAF housings (replaced both MAFs), brake ducts, flywheel, monoballs, rear sway, stage 4 software, uninstalled Dinan badge
New tranny - old one had seeping seals; replaced under warranty
New OEM clutch
New rear engine seal
UUC short shifter with DSSR
Supersprint headers and x-pipe
Both cats (OEM) are new (warranties are wonderful!!)
New steering gear box
New PS2s in Nov-09
Recent rotors and pads
UUC stainless brake lines
Resealed diff
Always used TWS, ATE brake fluid, BMW coolant
New alternator
New fan clutch
New oil separators
Lojack equipped
Custom carbon fiber intake plenum - still have original
New review mirror
Both sideview mirrors are new
New instrument cluster
Sirius radio using OEM parts

I'm the second owner. Car was originally purchased in Las Vegas. Car is a daily driver but is meticulously maintained. Have all records since purchased in Aug-07


$25,000 OBO + Shipping.

Email [email protected]

Thanks for looking!!!
 

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Thanks. I'm surprised that I haven't gotten any calls. It takes an aficionado to appreciate what these cars really are.
 

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What is with the front bumper, it looks like its from a 2003 540 sport?

...some people use the '540M package' lower grill to attach the brake ducts, as it has the complete attachments etc for the brake duct mod - - I used that for some time on my car as well...
 

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The horizontal bar and small vertical support is part of the Dinan brake duct kit. Other than that, stock M5
 

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Would love more engine pix. I want to see that plenum.

GLWS shes a well sorted example.
 

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The bumper is the one that came with the car. All I added was the cross piece and the short vertical support
 

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Did you put that plenum on or was it on when you bought it?
 

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I did not know that was part of the Dinan kit. Any chance that you saved the factory bumper?

it's not part of the bumper - - you can change it back to a stock look and keep the brake ducts open just by making or buying a lower grill with the outside ends open, or with 'rings' providing opening, as well
 

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bought it from a board member (racerxjling) in early 2009.
 

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H2887, Could you please resend your email?

Thx
 
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