What kind of M5 do you want? I`m selling my beloved M5touring- totally original, with all options(except electric front seats), fully serviced by BMW, perfect full leather bi-color interior, near flawless exterior. Drives like new, doesn`t even come out in the rain! Problem is you`d have to get it sent over from Europe!! :dunno: Then again I`ve brought cars over here from the states, so not that difficult?:3:
Look in standard sites... like Autotrader and Cars.com. There's actually a federalized euro-spec E34 M5 Touring on Autotrader right now, but the guy is asking $37K for it with 100K miles. He's either so high he didn't type those numbers right, or I figure you could bring one in and federalize it yourself for WAY less.M5ed - thanks, I've heard some not so good things about the federalization process in FL
Pasha - 1990? I thought they were only imported 91 - 93 to US. Mileage is also too high... and, I'd actually prefer a 93 US spec, or a Euro that's already been through the fed process.
Again, thanks... Steve
from what i've heard, it needed >$10k in maintanance and repairs to get it to the condition it's currently in.To: LagunasecaM5:
Almost forgot... concerning the 1995 Orinoco Touring... I missed that car when sold by a Yahoo group member for $20K! It ended up in Cinci at Car Locators, which is where I looked at my first e34 M5, a black on dove gray 1991. I also think it's way, way overpriced. That would have been a good buy... just missed it.