I haven't posted over here in a while - mainly because my car has been reliable and I haven't had to reach out for any issues. I was recently promoted and was thinking of shifting up my money a bit so I have more cash on hand to travel etc... so the thought came up of selling my baby....this posting is more of a feeler. I got very close to selling the car about a year ago - had a great offer but ultimately decided to keep it. The price of 20K is firm
seeing as the car needs nothing, has all documentation and has also been owned by two other M5 boards members. In the two years Ive had it - the car was almost always garage kept (last owner did as well). If you see it in person the shine and clarity of the paint is stunning and surpasses every other LeMans Blue I have seen. Car has always been kept extremely clean - leather is in fantastic condition and car still smells of leather.
Clutch is original and still strong, tires are nearly new, rear brakes and rotors are new, front brakes and rotors are year and a half old. Recently had thrust arm bushings and valve cover gaskets replaced (slow oil leak). I have driven the car for 35k miles (purchased at 50k) and switched to 10W60 TWS upon purchasing. Car was serviced mainly by my local independent mechanic, Vicari motors and a fellow M5board member who is a BMW mechanic. Car has clean title and carfax. Has never been in an accident. I can provide VIN number on request.
My M5 has a Lighted ZHP Shift Knob with E60 short Shifter, hard-wired Valentine1 radar detector, brushed aluminum GPS knobs, M Pedals, updated NAV software, winter set of Bridgestone Blizzak rim/tire set, winter mats, Koni front shocks, white modified angel eyes
I am located in North Jersey so please PM me if you would like to schedule a test drive. I often work from home so I can be fairly flexible - but again, I am in no rush to sell here. I will not be posting this car on any other sites. Please take the time to watch the video I shot today below and some still-shots that I took over the summer.
Video Tour Link:
Note: When I was filming the engine I realized the car was slowly rolling so I had to run back to put the handbrake on. I can take additional footage/pictures of the engine if needed.