hehe well said,,Back to question #1: how badly do you want a BiTurbo?
On the other hand, once a BT is sorted out, I strongly feel it costs less to operate than an equivalent E34 M5. That's my opinion only. The E34 M5 is much more exciting aurally than a BT but not as fast and stock for stock, will never be as fast as a BT. If you drive long distances regularly, the BT is a superior car. If you track, the M5 is better and more rewarding. The BT is more quiet and refined. The BT is also harder to re-sell.
I see you are from Richmond, BC. There are 3 BiTurbos in town that I know of, mine, puppypilgrim's and one other in Vancouver.Hi I own a 2 E34 M5's, but had a recent opportunity to purchase a B10 Bi-Turbo, low KM's(under 80k), Immaculate condition, no leather. any ideas on price? Thanks Brain