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Posted by N Shah on July 28, 2000 at 02:11:14:

In Reply to: Re: Questions about buying a 91 M5 posted by N Shah on July 28, 2000 at 02:09:21:


I have recently purchased a '91 E34 M5. It is black/black with 45K miles. Although I enjoy driving the car immensely, my wife does not appreciate me having this and a '97 M3 sitting in the garage. Something about it being impractical, he he :-) So, I've decided to sell the M5 since the M3 is supercharged and I think I will have more fun with it. Anyways, I am located in Southern California and I think that asking 27K for it sounds appropriate like the car you mentioned above. Please e-mail me for any questions. The car is flawless. No accidents/repaint, excellent mechanically, and is bone stock. Car has been babied since day one and has been in California since new. I hate parting with such a fine automobile but I think it would be better suited to a true M5 enthusiast.

Naresh
'91 M5
'97 M3 S/Cd


I finally found a 91 M5 after a year of looking in my area. It's listed in the Auto Trader and it's black on black with 44k on the odometer and he wants around 27k for it. The price seems right, for the low mileage, but just wanted to make sure. I've seen many on the board say to do mechanical checks or leakdowns at the dealer, but I'm wondering if private sellers usually allow you to do this without committing to buying the car. Comments? I really want this car, but I want to make sure that I don't end up with a big headache. Thanks all for any advice you guys can give.






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