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Re: Now 52, E28 M5's. (archive)

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Posted by Armando Mendoza on June 05, 2002 at 00:02:00:

In Reply to: Now 52, E28 M5's. posted by Mark on June 04, 2002 at 06:17:42:


How long have you had your car? Do you have any pictures of it?

What is the exchange rate between Danish Crowns vs. US Dollar?

All M5s cost a lot of money, it is my understanding that the US models were initially selling for 48-50,000 US Dollars, and later were greatly reduced in price when the new e34 was introduced late 1988.


I'm the number 4 guy on the International models list.

By the way, the E28 BMW M5 was very, very expensive in DK, because of the Danish tax on cars.

From 1.000.000 to 1.200.000 Danish Crowns.

$125.000 - $150.000 depend on equipment.

My is a' $150.000 M5 1987 car.

Best Regards from Denmark :-)

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