Any M5 under 100k miles is currently getting a lift in value, and while the E34 may occasionally be overlooked by the more-notable M5s that came before and after, it is not immune to this appreciation. Today’s comes well cared for with apparent attention to the S38’s all-important maintenance and just 77k miles. At almost $22k, this is nice E34 M5 going for what was recently immaculate-puff price.
Engine: 3.6l S38B36 inline-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 77,000 mi
Price: $19,900 Buy It Now
This beautiful 1991 M5 with only 77k miles has been owned by three non-smoking adult owners. It has received meticulous care it’s entire life. Never seen snow or salt, southern car most of its life, always garaged. Absolutely no rust! You will be amazed by the condition. Recent maintenance includes new Toyo tires and engine valve adjustment. Modifications/upgrades include stainless brake lines, short shifter, Eibach springs and Bilstein sport shocks, otherwise all original, removed parts are included in sale including original turbine wheels. Wheels shown on car are OEM BMW. Records since new including all oil changes. All body panel numbers match. Car Fax.
It’s cool that it comes will all original equipment, including the polarizing turbine wheels, but this is actually my favorite use of these E39 wheels yet. Normally they strike me as trying too hard, but they look great here. This is a very nice M5, but the price has my head spinning a bit.
Bored? Inspired by our “Shark Week” and Reader Ride – Callaway Turbo features? Well, here’s a double heap just for you then. Today we have not one, but two shark projects. The first is a mega-mile but uber-rare Callaway turbo 633 that was reportedly installed at the dealer; the second, a gutless M6. Could you make one crazy beast out of the duo? It may just be worth the shot for the right handy person. Let’s look at the Callaway first:
Model: 633 CSi
Engine: 3.2 liter turbocharged inline-6
Transmission: 4-speed automatic
Mileage: 275,000 mi
Price: $2,400 Buy It Now
Up for Sale is a 1983 BMW 633 CSI with a dealer installed Callaway turbo system. It has a tan interior with Recaro front seats and black leather rear seats. The odometer says 106k miles as it was swapped in from a different car. Car also has original Gold 16” BBS wheels.
I have spent dozens of hours and over $1500 in parts/service alone.
Paint and body need a bit of work in various places. Hood and truck were resprayed metallic green (why green i do not know) Will need new front tires again after an alignment.
The car starts right up, runs and drives well
Magna Flow Exhaust
Brakes in good shape
Newly tinted windows
Full sized spare
Engine runs a bit rich at the moment
Cabin heats well and blower fans work.
Front and rear windows work as does the sunroof
Aftermarket radio with iPod connectivity
Located in Boise, ID 83709
Need it sold to cover a family members bills and its just taking up space.
USA bidders only
Buyer is responsible for arranging shipping
No returns or warranty, sold as is
Here is a list of the items recently serviced and repaired.
Wagons are our thing here at GCFSB, and even though our second installment of Wagon Week just ended, we’ll always throw in a favorite five door in the mix here and there. Shortly after Audi introduced Quattro and turbocharging to the wagon formula, BMW decided to take it’s 3 series Touring idea up one notch bigger with the E34 5 series Touring. Available with a number of engines, including a fire-breathing M5 variant that was verboten for US customers, these haulers became the darling of the well-to-do leisure set. This 525i Touring for sale in Florida isn’t perfect, but for someone looking for a solid base that needs a few finishing touches, this would be a prime candidate.
Engine: 2.5 liter inline-6
Transmission: 4-speed automatic
Mileage: 89,000 mi
Price: $6,500 Buy It Now
1993 BMW 525i TOURING WAGON Low miles 89K great condition
Selling my 1993 BMW 525i Touring wagon with only 89K original miles, in great mechanical and cosmetic condition. I bought this wagon from a family who had it as a third car in Miami Beach, and did not have much use. I have extensive work history for the car.
After buying this wagon earlier this year, I had my mechanic (German Autos in Pompano Beach) go over everything, spending over $2000 to make suspension repairs, tune up, etc. I bought a set of 16” BBS – BMW wheels from a 740i, which are the same style as the OEM, but in 16”, better looking than the stock 15”. I had the wheels refinished.
I had the car professionally painted, spending over $2,000. (see picture below while the wagon was being painted). This wagon comes with the hard to find roof rack crossbars.
In my E23 post the other day, I mentioned that one of the big Bimmers I want in my barn is an E38 7er, one of the best-looking full-size sedans ever produced. An E38 740iL Sport has begun parking across the street from my house, and has reminded me of how clean its lines are. Even more taught in the 740i Sport model, this is very near the model I would have. Bringing the ever-lovely Shadowline trim and using suspension and 18″ M-Parallels to back up the Sport moniker, these cars are the business in multiple ways. With just 77k miles, this example in Texas should find a good car barn to inhabit.
Model: 740i Sport
Engine: 4.4l V8
Transmission: 5-speed automatic
Click for more details: 2000 BMW 740i Sport for sale on Craigslist San Antonio
I’ve decided to sell my 740i to buy an E39 M5. The car has only 78k and was dealer serviced the majority of its life in Houston. I have the maintenance records. I have owned the car since Dec 2012. Car needs nothing as it sits and is turnkey. CAR IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION INSIDE & OUT. KThere are a few minor cosmetic faultS I will list as follows:
1) Small rear bumper trim piece slightly fading.
2) Piece of wood trim slightly cracked.
3) Very minor rock chips on the front end.
K40 Laser diffuser/jammer installed. The BEST radar detector made. Costs $1500
Car is solid & fast and has no oil, power steering or water leaks leaks whatsoever.
Just looking to upgrade.
Moving up to an E39 M5 is a hard choice to fault, and there’s no question which car is higher on my list. But when it comes to entertaining, big, luxurious sedans, the first one that comes to mind for me is the E38 740i Sport.…
Okay, okay, they’re not actually Alpina wheels, but if you’re looking for a lot of style on a budget, Rota produces some great looking replica wheels. These are no exception; from even a slight distance most enthusiasts would be hard pressed to tell these apart from the real deal. Get close and the differences are noticeable, but then so is the price. If you’re building a budget replica or just want some class while taking the real wheels off the road for show only, this might just be a great option for you!
Bolt Pattern: 4 x 100
Offset: ET 29
Tires: Not Included
Price: $699 Buy It Now
Please read entire ad before bidding. (4) ROTA R20 rims, Alpina Style, specifically made for the 1967-1976 BMW 2002 Model (Chassis e10). New in the box, never been installed. Specs 15X6.0, 4X100 P.C.D, et+29mm, 57.1mm Hub Bore. Includes: (4) Rims, (4) Large Silver Center Caps, & (4) Small Black Center Caps. Valve Stem, Lug Nuts, & Tires NOT INCLUDED! Buyer is responsible for confirming fitment.
$68 UPS Ground shipping 48 states. CA Residents add 8.75% sales tax. I will only ship to a CONFIRMED Paypal address. If you do not have a confirmed address, please either confirm or please do not bid. All sales FINAL.
Rota has earned a bit of an unfair reputation as cheap wheels. From what I’ve seen, their quality isn’t far off many of the OEM wheels, so I’m not sure where the problem lies – but most of the issues I’ve seen are on more wide-open spoke designs in a much larger size. If you’re concerned, these probably aren’t the best track wheels, but for a daily driver?…
The BMW M Coupe has become the darling of the hardcore Bimmer enthusiast, providing a lot of power in a small package that, in the words of Car and Driver “makes you do bad things.” In 2001, the original E36/8 M Coupe was given a heart transplant in the form of the S54 engine, a 3.2 liter inline-6 pumping out 315 horsepower. While it only offered 15 more pound-feet of torque than the outgoing S52 motor, the upper limits of the rev range was where this new engine came alive, providing addictive amounts of power at higher RPMs. This particular M Coupe for sale in Maryland is very rare, as it is a sunroof delete model, adding even a bit more sporting flair to an already mental package.
Model: M Coupe
Engine: 3.2 liter inline-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 50,633 mi
Price: $32,750 Buy It Now
I am pleased to offer this beautiful 2002 S54 BMW M Coupe in Titanium Silver over Black leather. 1 of 5 produced. Rare Sunroof-Delete Model and very desirable S54 engine. This coupe is nearly flawless, has spent its entire life in the hands of a collector, and has always been rested in an indoor garage. The odometer shows just over 50k miles, with very little wear on the interior or exterior. All VIN stickers are present and the body has never seen any paint or body work – 100% original. The coupe smells, drive, and looks brand new. The interior is a 9.5 out of 10, with only the very pickiest eyes noticing any wear on the driver seat or shift knob. The exterior is a 9.5 out of 10, with only one or two very small scratches or rock chips from driving (only noticeable from 12 inches away).
Apparently it’s Euro E28 week on Ebay, and while there hasn’t been much in the line of good E28 cars there have been some good E28 accessories. Today’s Alpina front spoiler is no exception – one of the more sought-after accessories for modded E28s. The Alpina items combine a look of both class and sport that perfectly suits the character of the 5-Series:
Price: $195 Buy It Now
Alpina front spoiler – Euro version for BMW E28
Spoiler is in two parts.
Cut in such a place that it is easy to connect the two parts together.
Spoiler is without loss.
Watch the pictures carefully. Pictures don’t lie – it shows the real picture of the item being sold.
This what you are watching and buy – you are going to have for yourself.
Shipping and costs:
Whole package is ready for shipment from Poland.
I will send item within maximum 3 days of receiving the money. It is usually the next day.
Shipping all over the world. Cost of shipping to USA, Canada etc. = 75 U.S dollar
The parcel will be send by Polish Post (priority airmail). Parcel is Valuable with acknowledgment receipt.
Delivery is quite long – about 2-3 weeks. Take it into account, please. Customs control additionally can delay the delivery of parcel.
After sending the parcel I will give You the tracking number of parcel via the ebay. You can track your parcel (where it is actually).
I am waiting for payment up 7 days.
Possible forms of payment:
2. Deposit into a bank account (I will give the BIC and IBAN numbers)
The form of payment depends on You.
Noted for their Goggomobil micro cars of the 1950s and 1960s, Hans Glas GmbH delved into sports car production in the early 1960s with the 1300GT. Glas was the first manufacturer to use a timing belt with an overhead cam engine, part of the reason why BMW decided to take over the company after it fell into financial hardship in the mid 1960s. But before the Glas name was retired, they had one last trick up their sleeve in the form of the 2600 V8. Eventually the engine was enlarged to 3.0 liters in the 3000 V8, when a BMW badge would appear on the car. These sports coupes weren’t enough to save the company, though and in 1968, Glas was no more.
The company’s legacy lives on, as BMW’s Dingolfing production facility was formerly owned by Glas. This factory is BMW’s largest facility. This Glas 3000 V8 was brought to our attention from our reader Paul is for sale in Freiburg, west of the Black Forest near the French and Swiss borders.
Model: 3000 V8
Engine: 3.0 liter V8
Transmission: 4-speed manual
Mileage: 72,493 km (~ 45,045 mi)
Price: €75,000 (~ $100,177 USD)
Radio Becker, trailer hitch (from Glas/BMW V-8 3000 were only built 418 copies, of which 71 are under the direction of BMW. This car is in very nice restored condition. The interior is still completely original, with a very nice patina. Historically, this car is seen as probably the only originally registered car by Hans Glas GmbH and the second owner being Bavarian-Motoren-Werke AG. Miles are original, as is the complete history of the vehicle. A car whose rarity is unquestionable, since few of the 418 copies have survived.
Sometimes it’s the small details that can help to set your ride apart. Few remember that back in the 1980s, BBS made body piece accessories. Though it’s more common to see the front spoilers come up for sale, in this case it’s one of the small rear spoilers that has popped up for sale. It’s a period correct look for your modified E28:
Price: $225 Buy It Now
Used BBS Trunk Euro Slim Spoiler For Bmw E28’s 524td/528e/535is/M5 Very Rare Spoiler!
Please note: Spoiler will need to be prepare for new paint to match your car will mount with 3M double side tape or silicone glue
BBS Part# Heckspoiler Typ:21.11.013 KBA 35596
Thank you for looking!
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Obviously no one is going to rip the spoiler off a M5 or 535is to pop this on, but if you had a spoiler-less 535 or 533 with a few Euro details, this would be a great option to add in. The spoiler will likely need a little work to make it ready to work, but at $225 it seems pretty appropriately priced considering the rarity factor!
In my older years, when the car barn comes to fruition, I would like at least two 7-series in the collection: an E38 740i sport, and an E23. (I might make room for an Alpina B7). The E23 has completely grown on me over the past few years, with classic lines that show a graceful growth above the near-and-dear E28 5-series. The rare 745i was a grey-market import that brings a turbocharged 3.2l inline-6 to the party, cementing the E23’s viability as a highway destroyer.
Engine: 3.2 liter turbocharged inline-6
Transmission: 4-speed automatic
Mileage: 75,292 mi
Price: Reserve auction
This is an amazing imported1982 BMW 745i sedan. The VIN number is WBAFJ4109C7534409. This is a very sought after vehicle. It has the famous 3205cc turbocharged motor. This vehicle has 252 horse power VS. the US. version of 174 horse power. The 745I was offered only in Europe. It was imported in 1982. It was manufactered in late 1981. It is in spectacular condition. The car is a performance machine. A definite collector car for the BMW aficionado.
For the days when the M5 might be just a little too quick or loud, I want to roll deep in this 80s delight – one arm on the wheel, on lounging on the leather armest. The OEM 15″ bottle caps are classic, but these 7ers look amazing with slightly upsized BBS or OEM+ rims. Beautifully cared for and barely used, this car will likely head a little over $10k and be worth every penny.