Sorry perhaps i phrased that wrong. Looks like Hexagon bought it for £14,995 (or most probably less) and now want £24,995 for it! They've got another one at £22k that they've had for over a yearSeems like Hexagon were selling it on behalf of the owner, and were getting no where.
So the owner gave it a go himself ?
Just looking at Blackxs' example :you have got to be kidding me! That is super cheap compared to what we've seen in the US! M5's are crazy cheap in the UK however your insane gas prices make up the differences I guess...
$35000 = £21875You think THAT is the most expensive?
Wait untill you see some 8000 mile examples asking $35K
That makes more sense to me !!Sorry perhaps i phrased that wrong. Looks like Hexagon bought it for £14,995 (or most probably less) and now want £24,995 for it! They've got another one at £22k that they've had for over a year
The wording for the ad confused me... apologies on thatJust looking at Blackxs' example :
$35000 = £21875
£25,000 = $40,000
So a 28K Miles UK M5 at $40000 vs 8K Miles US at $35000...
Therefore the US $35,000 M5 with 3.5 times less mileage is in fact FAR cheaper, than Robo's example.
But anyway.... I saw one for £6,995 ($11,192) that I would have bought today, if only I didn't already have 5 cars, of which one is an identical coloured E39 M5, and an F10 M5 coming, hopefully in the same colour too Long live Carbon Black
Not the first or last time they will list a E39 M5 for over $60K :cool2:Couldnt help but share this.
2002 BMW M5 Manual Sedan for sale at Enthusiast Auto
E39m5 with very low miles selling for almost $70k.