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Hi there,

We've just acquired an E34 M5 Touring six speed on behalf of a client.

We've noticed that the lower plastic door trims are starting to detach from the door, due to corrosion in the trim, under the plastic outer.

Do you know if these are still available; either from BMW themselves, or an OE equivalent?

Any advice would be much appreciated.

Lee

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@RH Classics / Lee -
E34 M5touring 6 speed - really ? What are the last
3 digits of the VIN ?
What is your location ? Country will do ;)
Just saw ,the union jack’;) so U.K. it is ?
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I can look up the OEM part number n check.
These parts shud have a considerable
,turn over’ and as such be available.
They were once available both in car colour or no colour.
PS: PM posted.
brgds
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Karl

Thank you for your reply. Yes, it's a six speed!

The BMW archivist in Munich has confirmed that our M5 Touring, VIN BL01868 and was manufactured on April 21st, 1995. After use in the BMW vehicle pool, it was delivered as a used car on September 28th, 1995 to the BMW dealer Spaett in Garching. The original colour was Cosmosschwarz metallic, paint code 303, which it carries today.

The car was then exported to Japan, where it lived until earlier this year, being repatriated to Europe, from where we found it. The car remains in exceptional and original condition, with less than 50k miles from new and we are just in the process of recommissioning it for its new, M collecting owner, who is based in the UK.

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Lee.
Thank you for the prompt and comprehensive answer,
much appreciated !! This car is on file with the registry already.
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The lower trim door lists are indeed still available from
BMW and I have send you the BMW part numbers by PM. Hopefully the doors are still fine and repairable.
 
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