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Old 8th September 2003, 10:24 PM
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how do I sent pictures ??

and the car I was thinking of is not even extrem, there are others who are, one was discussed on this forum some time ago, the -amethyst - car with amethyst (violet) interior, steering wheel etc.
that car has even NAV-system and the buyer had most likely to pay in access of DEM 200.000 for it - do not forget that the list price was DEM 131.000 already for the M5touring -
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invoice-amount = DEM 175.451,-- for the below specifications
and the quite average options (except for the interior) are:
490 U - Sonderlackierung
Z1XX - Sonderpolsterung, Nappa, komplett-Leder, lotosweiss
incl. Dachhimmel, A,B,C,D-Säule in -car-colour-leather
etc. DEM 21.130 -
235 A - Anhaengerkuppl. Kopf abnehmbar
243 A - Aribag fuer Beifahrer
245 A - Lenkradsaeulenverstellung, elektr.
302 A - Alarmanlage
339 A - Shadow-Line
385 - Dachtraeger-Laengsschienen
404 A - Doppel-Schiebe-Hebedach, elektr. = DEM 2.220,--
423 A - Fussmatten in Velour
459 A - Sitzverstellung, elektr., Fahrer, memory
494 A - Sitzheizung fuer Fahrer/Beifahrer
500 A - Scheinwerfer-Waschnl./Intensivreinigung
534 A - Klimaautomatik
540 A - Geschwindigkeitsregelung
662 * - BMW BAVARIA C PROFESSIONAL RDS
676 A - HIFI Lautsprechersystem
710 A - M-Lederlenkrad
915 A - Entfall Aussenhautschutz (no charge !)
940 A - Sonderwunsch-Ausstattung (
944 - Nachtraeglicher Umbau durch ZS (
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by the way:
Volleder is not = full leather
Komplettleder = is full leather, the difference is DEM 10.000 (only ?)
by the way, ZS = BMW Individual

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Old 8th September 2003, 10:36 PM
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Another Touring for the registry

Hello to all. Interesting forum.

I own 1891, individual, Sterling Silver, Blue leather. Not a bad car.

It's my third E34 M5, having previously owned a 3.6 and a 5-speed 3.8 saloon. The Touring is the best of the bunch for me.
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Old 30th September 2003, 04:37 PM
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Clear light question???

Does anyone know where I can get clear rear light clusters for the E34 touring?

Front and sides are no problem. I'm sure I once saw a Swedish car with clear rears. Any ideas anyone?

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Old 3rd October 2003, 09:32 PM
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891 M5touring

you can mail-order the white-lenses to replace the yellow-lenses
in the rear-lights from -www.reproglas.com-
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WOW, thks for the info abt ur car, your baby is of -special interest-and I wud like to ask you some questions abt it, also I can offer you a copy of the factory-built-sheet but wud need ur e-mail-address or a fax-no (you can send me a private e-mail 'off-line')

your baby was born in Garching on June 12th 1995 and first registered on July 6th 1995, I guess you are aware that your car is an -Italian version- M5touring -

I am looking forward to hearing from you,
I am VERY CURIOUS INDEED
(check: -www.bmwe34m5.com-

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1088

Yep, new to this forum. But I have the goods!!!

I own 1088. E34 M5 Touring, 1st registered July, 1992 in Germany. Imported to the UK 1998 bought by me 2001.

The car is Daytona Violet, standard apart from a V-max kit.

Usual problems encountered,

(1) Rough running on low throttle (after all the checks in the world couldn't find out why).

(2) Tailgate wiring occasionally goes on the blink.


There you go

Will add to discussions when I get the chance


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Hi Tony,
you finally found your way home to the family
checking my file on -088- I noticed that I still owe you a copy
of the prod.sheet for your baby -

I will send it early next week (hv no scanner at home !)
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Re: The E34 M5 Touring Registry!



Provided everything checks out OK, I take delivery of my 1994 M5 Touring (#01537) this weekend.

(I suspect it's already been registered here, though. )


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Re: The E34 M5 Touring Registry!

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Provided everything checks out OK, I take delivery of my 1994 M5 Touring (#01537) this weekend.
(I suspect it's already been registered here, though. )
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yes, it is ! congratulations and welcome to -M5touring- ownership -
this is the ex-Paul Taglieri-car and you made the purchase from -Hunter Darth- I suppose, very well, his family growing brought this baby to you enjoy and good luck

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