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Old 29th July 2007, 02:49 PM
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The story gets worse and worse

Idiot phase..What a shame.

The interior looks so smooth reg the leather, very nice.

Such a shame.
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Old 29th July 2007, 02:49 PM
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Hey Simon,

Yes, I concidered purchasing BL01934 at the time, however I didn't want to part with mine for trade money.

Juding from the description from mx5freak, I estimate BL01934 now to be in condition 3-4, meaning drivable, but needs restoration. BL01859 was in a much better shape when it was offered for sale with 291k km in spring 2006 for slightly less then 9k, at least it was properly serviced up until 289k km.

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Hey Simon,

Yes, I concidered purchasing BL01934 at the time, however I didn't want to part with mine for trade money.

Juding from the description from mx5freak, I estimate BL01934 now to be in condition 3-4, meaning drivable, but needs restoration. BL01859 was in a much better shape when it was offered for sale with 291k km in spring 2006 for slightly less then 9k, at least it was properly serviced up until 289k km.
Hi Ray

Yes I can understand about the trade in price although it is a shame that it did not get into your hands as I think it would have faired a damm sight better.
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Old 29th July 2007, 04:09 PM
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BL01859 was in a much better shape when it was offered for sale with 291k km in spring 2006 for slightly less then 9k, at least it was properly serviced up until 289k km.[/quote]

This car with licenseplate NN-JP-84 was first sold in Holland :first date of use: Jan, 31th, 1996. Dealer did not succeed for a long time, and decided breaking up this vehicle. I am, however, not quite sure of this. I saw him offering parts of a M5, hence my suspicion . Cannot remember his name .

Last production number is 1943 (July 1995) Source : Thomas Müller.
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Old 29th July 2007, 04:20 PM
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Old 29th July 2007, 04:40 PM
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This car with licenseplate NN-JP-84 was first sold in Holland :first date of use: Jan, 31th, 1996. Dealer did not succeed for a long time, and decided breaking up this vehicle. I am, however, not quite sure of this. I saw him offering parts of a M5, hence my suspicion . Cannot remember his name .
It was offered for sale by a second hand car dealer in Putten in spring 2006. After a month or two, it was sold to a Dutch fellow who also owns another M5T. Stevie and I saw that car and spoke with the new owner on 30-April 2006 during the combined e34m5.de / m5board.com meet on the Nordschleife.

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For the record:

https://www.m5board.com/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=94223

NN-JP was NOT broken for spares bij Pol in Putten like a few saloons were. NN-JP (BLO1859) is in very good health and is run by a nice guy named Martijn. Just a phonecall away!


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This car with licenseplate NN-JP-84 was first sold in Holland :first date of use: Jan, 31th, 1996. Dealer did not succeed for a long time, and decided breaking up this vehicle. I am, however, not quite sure of this. I saw him offering parts of a M5, hence my suspicion . Cannot remember his name .
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How about just getting Faz over to the Netherlands.

Erik glad to see you read the whole description sounds like a car too highly priced for the condition would be nice to see some pictures though!
Damn right !

Looking at the pics. at the time taken it seems to have been a decent example......see what several years in the wrong hands can do !

@Wout.....haven't seen anything in the Netherlands yet nor has Farrell previously gone on my behalf....just a figure of speech .

If the "right" car were there then I would most definitely consider it though.
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Old 29th July 2007, 09:34 PM
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The car you meant is the illusive "Kaiser Wilhelm"?

@ Erik

Farrell knows what to look for when appraising a car , good idea.
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Last production number is 1943 (July 1995) Source : Thomas Müller.
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Yes, BL01943 is the last VIN in the HJ91 VIN-range. However, the -very last HJ91- actually built is - BL01939 ( prod. date August 28th, 1995 = Yes !).

(I´ve just returned from vacation. I will check what I've got on - BL01934 -
except for what -Raymond W.- already sent.)

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