I think MY2000 cars had an instrument cluster problem, which should have been fixed if that car was as "well-maintained" as we are set out to believe....Emmasis said:here is the actual mileage of the last one.
Any why does the date look funny? hmm....
and yes the first and last are the same car
Bren - I bet you've never been to Illinois. The last time I was in Illinois, I thought I was in Florida when I saw palm trees everywhere :hihihi:.BmwNut said:...I just looked again, and it seems that the first and last car are the same, with different info...fishy.
Stickman said:! There must be a reason if not a typo!
Yes that is my car. Sadly I invested my money in an upstart internet company and while I had potential to make some money, I lost it all. My family and I have been eating fried dough for the last week, and I need $7000 to keep the bank from taking my exotic gila monster. My kids would be devastated if Mr. Scraggles had to go. So instead I am sacrificing my gorgeous E39 M5 for the exact amount it takes to keep Mr. Scraggles in my kids loving arms. Please help me make my kids happy! Or something like that. Car is located in Botswana, and I am in Uzbekistan.canysmc said:Look at the link again.
There's a 02 M5 for $7000
True indeed, most 2000 MY cars had the 'pixel' disappearing problem, and if indeed it was maintained properly it would have had the cluster replaced under warranty (with the newer grey-faced cluster found in 2001+ MY beasts). I think that alone says a lot... And it definitely looks like a scam...Omar said:I think MY2000 cars had an instrument cluster problem, which should have been fixed if that car was as "well-maintained" as we are set out to believe....