i looked at it 5 times already, bottom line: i want another e39E34 M5's are just as desirable as the E39 M5's. VGC E34 M5's with low kms and full comprehensive service history are very hard to come by these days. FYI a couple of months ago a 1992 E34 M5 in Sebring Grey with 90,000kms popped up for sale in Orange, NSW. It was priced for a very snappy $22k, which is considered extremely cheap for an E34 M5 in the excellent condition with low kms. It sold the next morning!
Something just doesn't look right about that white E60 M5 for sale. The white doesn't look original and it may be the pictures but i'm not the one to judge. I suspect a respray :confused2if i was $$$$$$$$ up i would buy the white e60. i did buy a lotto tick yesterday. did not win. sooooo no white
e60 for me
Well I didn't win this week (Jackpot), but next week it will be over 70 million. If I win that I won't even go and see the car, I'll get it trucked down and then bargain him down to $69 k, just to be millionaire douche ......The seller is in Buckland, Victoria, and the car apparently hasn't been offroad. A quick search for Buckland on Google Maps shows only dirt roads in Buckland ....
It is also over 3.5 hours from Melbourne so you'd really have to want it to go up for a look!
But if I won Oz lotto I'd buy it, keep my 2002 and put the new Stage 2 Evolve S/C kit on it. Keep the 2001 stock as