I can only respond about my personal car. All details are in the ad (1995 BMW Euro E34 M5 Touring Individual).So, last 10 E34 M5 Tourings sold on BaT for $57.5k, 62.k6, 54k, 51k, 44.5k, 40k, 28.5k, 32k, 50.7k, and 27.5k.
Do you really think your asking price of $109,000 is justified? Just trying to see the logic.
I saw the ad. I think you will be in for a surprise if you list it on BaT at no reserve, considering your ask. Good luck.I can only respond about my personal car. All details are in the ad (1995 BMW Euro E34 M5 Touring Individual).
There are many parameters as to why 95 6-speed tourings with updated front end are more valuable than others. Especially considering it's individual, custom ordered (rare options such as PDC), few owners, full history, solid sorted out car, every detail disclosed, always garaged, hardly saw rain, paint near perfect, 0 rust, 100% stock except for the 3.6 clutch (all stock parts included with the sale!). It's the perfect collection candidate so unique.
I think its a fair (even surprisingly high) price. Your ask was a bit unrealistic regardless.Well, it had a good run. A bit sad to let it go.
I think given today's market in general (housing, stock, goods, etc.), the rarity, condition, options, and such the buyer got a great deal.
I hope they appreciate the car as much as we all did over here.