In Reply to: Sorry those cars are NOT LEGAL as yet......... posted by PAT P. on April 12, 2001 at 06:32:37:
Are u here in Florida?
I'm afraid of running into problems on the process of importing and I've heard that only licesed offices can do this paperwork.
Are they lying?
If I want to import an 95 M5 from germany that costs about $18K, what would it be my aditional costs and how long would it takes to get the M5 out the door?
Thanks a LOT,
I am not affiliated with the company with wich you inquire about, but I can tell you this much. You are better off importing your own for the price that you will pay for those cars. You are reffering to the company with the iron gates close to downtown. Plus they are not Street legal. Do what I did import your own. I paid $4200 for my
1990 euro 3.6L M5 and about $5k to convert it and I am still way under it's appraised value.
Hey guys, GOOD CATCH PHRASE Right???
I'm in the market for either an M5 or a 540/6. I owned 1 M6 and 2 M3's before (one I still have it and plan to keep it), and I fount the other day here in Florida a LOT FULL of M5's imported directly from Europe. They have about 4 95 Tourings, and 14 Sedans that range from 1993 to 1995. It's nice to go with the 95 with the 18" wheel and the 3.8 engine, but the cheapest goes from $26K to the 95 $36K.
My Questions Are:
1) How much is a fair PRICE for this Car 93-95?
2) Is the M5 as AGILE as the M3?
3) What problems should I look for when doing a PPI before buying?
Thank You ALL,
and HAPPY EASTER
Leandro 98/M3 and 88/M6