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First, click here to read the tragic story of my New Years Day 2011:
http://www.m5board.com/vbulletin/e3...623-new-years-day-nightmare-beast-fvcked.html

2000 BMW M5 - Dinan S Package
127k miles on the clock
6spd
Titanium Silver on Black Leather

** Denotes that it was done in the last 300 miles (in December 2010)

Interior/Electronics/Lighting/Exterior
MKIV navigation retrofit with 16:9 screen
ZHP weighted shift knob **
Carbon Fiber wrapped trim all around **
Hardwired for Escort/Valentine radar **
Rear seats and rear deck are dynamatted **
Aftermarket rear seat heaters installed
Alcantara shift boot **
Alcantara e-brake handle and e-brake boot **
Dinan Short Shift Kit
Euro Center Armrest **
Bluetooth ULF
DSP Audio
Heated Seats
Heritage Leather
Alcantara Headliner
2003 OEM BMW headlights
Projector fog lights with 3500k bulbs **
Hella upgraded rear tail lights
Brake Ducts **
Lower Grille Insert with Black Ducts **
Sunshades w/ Rear Power Sunshade
Rear Diffuser painted matte black **
Matte black kidney grilles **
Matte black Dinan badge **
OEM BMW Winter Mats
TPMS
Moonroof

Engine/Exhaust
Dinan MAF's (2)
Dinan Intakes (2)
Dinan Stage 2 Software
Dinan Mufflers
New Guibo (OEM BMW) **
New Thermostat + O-Rings (OEM BMW) **
New Temperature Sensor (OEM BMW) **
New Center Driveshaft Bearing (OEM BMW) **

Suspension (Did a COMPLETE suspension overhaul in the last 300 miles)
Control Arm Left (Part # 31121141961) **
Control Arm Right (Part # 31121141962) **
Thrust Arm Left (Part # 311211092609) **
Thrust Arm Right (Part # 31121092610) **
Sway Bar Link Left (Part # 31351095664) **
Sway Bar Link Right (Part # 31351095664) **
Tie Rod Assembly Left (Part # 32211091723) **
Tie Rod Assembly Right (Part # 32211091724) **
Idler Arm (Part # 32211141592) **
Center Tie Rod Assembly Drag Link (Part # 32211096059) **
Integral Link Left (Part # 33321090030) **
Integral Link Right (Part # 33321090030) **
Rear Guide Link Left (Part # 33321090745) **
Rear Guide Link Right (Part # 33321090745) **
Rear Ball Joint Left (Part # 33321095631) **
Rear Ball Joint Right (Part # 33321095631) **
Ball Joint Snap Right Left (Part # 33321091687) **
Ball Joint Snap Ring Right (Part # 33321091687) **
Rear Wishbone Left (Part # 33326767831) **
Rear Wishbone Right (Part # 33326767832) **
Rear Sway Bar Link Left (Part # 33551095532) **
Rear Sway Bar Link Right (Part # 33551095532) **
JIC / CROSS e39 M5 Coilovers (12kg F, 8kg R) ** - These are like new, just purchased them last month for $2400 :(
Dinan Strut Bar
Eibach Rear Sway Bar **
Automotive Specialist custom rear sway bar brackets **
Plus all new bushings for all suspension components **

Wheels/Tires
OEM M5 18's
OEM Bridgestone tires with 60% tread
225/45/18 & 245/45/18 Bridgestone Blizzak LM-22 tires with 70% tread **

I also have TONS of stock parts and random suspension pieces lying around, which can be included in the sale.

Obviously, the car needs a new motor. If you can source one and install it yourself, this is a SMOKING deal for you. A ridiculously well-maintained, tastefully modded BEAST on the cheap. If it doesn't sell soon for this price, I'll just buy a new motor myself...

$9k without the CROSS coilovers
$10.5k with the coilovers


Come tow it from my garage!

 

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tempted....
 

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Hate to see you selling it. This is a smoking deal for someone. GLWS
 

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Sorry to hear about your troubles. This car is a great candidate for a 2jz transplant for a potential buyer. GLWS and hope 2011 ends better then it started for you.
 

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Man, that sucksgrrrrrrr

What a deal:deal: Good luck with your sale:byebye:
 

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do you sell the part separately??
 

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Wow, that is a devastating loss dude. My condolences and hopefully she finds a good home and motor. Not to thread-jack, but I noticed you ran 18" Blizzak LMs as your winter tires. I've been looking at a similar winter setup and was wondering how it worked for you up there in Boston (especially with regards to 17" for winter). Thanks, and again bummer about the Beast.
 

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Sorry to hear this...

If you part it out.. dibs on the dinan cans! :cheers:
 

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Wow, that is a devastating loss dude. My condolences and hopefully she finds a good home and motor. Not to thread-jack, but I noticed you ran 18" Blizzak LMs as your winter tires. I've been looking at a similar winter setup and was wondering how it worked for you up there in Boston (especially with regards to 17" for winter). Thanks, and again bummer about the Beast.
The Blizzak's blew me away. During last weekend's snowstorm, the car just cruised through piles of snow with no fuss. I could swear I had better traction than all the SUV's and trucks on the road...
 

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Shipping

I just shipped my "new" E39 from New Jersey to Monterey Ca for $1600 enclosed, FYI.
I have used these guys numerous times, very professional.

DeMoise Trk-ing, Inc. - Home
 

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I just shipped my "new" E39 from New Jersey to Monterey Ca for $1600 enclosed, FYI.
I have used these guys numerous times, very professional.

DeMoise Trk-ing, Inc. - Home
Thanks for the info, PilotMike! However, an enclosed carrier is probably a luxury right now.

I shipped an S4 from Boston to Colorado for $800, and an M3 from Virginia to Boston for under $600. That's how much I would expect it to cost on the back of a flatbed.
 

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take into account the car isnt running, those prior numbers were for running cars. shipping a car thats not running is A lot of $$$. been there done that, its not fun.
 
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