Afternoon Accessories: BMW Alpina Euro Front Spoiler

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:

Year: 1982-1988
Model: E28
Condition: Used
Price: $195 Buy It Now

CLICK FOR DETAILS: BMW E28 Alpina Front Spoiler on eBay

For Sale:

Alpina front spoiler – Euro version for BMW E28

type: 4100654

Spoiler is in two parts.

Cut in such a place that it is easy to connect the two parts together.

Spoiler is without loss.

REAL PHOTO!

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:

1. PayPal

2. Deposit into a bank account (I will give the BIC and IBAN numbers)

The form of payment depends on You. You choose what You like.

I invite to bid. Really worth it.

If You have got any questions or doubts I encourage to ask.

3….2….1….bid!

Copy photos and description of the auction is prohibited and going to be reported to ebay service immediately

I’ve seen a few Alpina spoilers in person and I don’t remember them being two-piece, so my guess is that this is either a copy or has been cut. Either way, it’s priced well at $195 and the two-piece configuration should make it much easier and less costly to ship. With some finish work this could be a really neat detail to add to your E28!

-Carter

1967 BMW Glas 3000 V8

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.

Year: 1967
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)

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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.

If viewed from head on, one could easily confuse the looks of this coupe to that of a Maserati, which is probably why the V8 Glas was oftentimes referred to as the “Glaserati.” At over $100,000 USD, this is heady territory for a vehicle few are familiar with. The highest values I’ve seen placed on a V8 Glas tend to hover in the $60,000 to $70,000 territory. As a child, I remember my father waxing poetic about the Glas, as he was stationed in Germany in the late 1960s. I still have some vintage photos of a 1700GT making the rounds at the Hockenheim ring. He always thought it was one of the prettiest cars to emerge from the 1960s and I would agree. This 3000 V8 is devoid of a bit of the delicate proportions of its smaller sibling, but it is nonetheless an important piece of German automotive history, given the technology and production facilities that would be absorbed by BMW.

-Paul

Afternoon Accessories: BMW E28 BBS Rear Spoiler

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:

Year: 1982-1988
Model: E28
Condition: Used
Price: $225 Buy It Now

CLICK FOR DETAILS: BMW E28 BBS Rear Spoiler on eBay

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!

-Carter

1982 BMW 745i

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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.

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Year: 1982
Model: 745i
Engine: 3.2 liter turbocharged inline-6
Transmission: 4-speed automatic
Mileage: 75,292 mi
Price: Reserve auction

Click for more details: 1982 BMW 745i on eBay

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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.

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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.

-NR

Afternoon Accessories: E34 M5 Euro M-Tech Cloth Sport Seats

One of the items that grabs the attention of some M enthusiasts are the small details that didn’t make it to the U.S. on European M-models. In today’s case, this would be the cloth seat option called M-Tech cloth; it’s been equipped in a few European market M5s we’ve written up, but I haven’t seen a set of seats like this for sale in a while. While it’s unlikely many M owners would want to swap out their original leather seats, I can see these ending up in a neat Euro-build 540i or something similar::

Year: 1989-1995
Model: E34
Condition: Used
Price: $1800 Buy It Now

CLICK FOR DETAILS: BMW E34 M5 Euro M-Tech Cloth Seats on eBay

BMW e34 M5 Euro Sport Seats M Tech Cloth Black Leather 525i 535i 540i 5 Series

Fits all e34 525i 535i 540i M5 Models
Pulled from euro Spec 1990 e34 M5 3.6 Litre
Rare Item Manual SPORT SEATS
Rare M tech Cloth Used on Early euro Spec e34 M5’s
Leather perfect M Tech Cloth perfect
Very Very difficult Item to find in this condition
I had washed the cloth and the driver side is still wet in the pic hence the darker shade
These seats are a 9.5 out of 10
Thanks !

If you’re into neat, rare Euro cars, you’re into neat, rare Euro details, and this is one of the best. Sometimes you have to have something just a little different, and these seats certainly fit the bill. The condition appears impressive and the seats are manual and cloth making them a little lighter. Sure, they’re not cheap, but you’ll certainly stand out at the next BMW meet…

-Carter

Portuguese Preservation: Two owner 1974 BMW 3.0Si

After a run of bubble cars and compact, rear engine sedans in the 1960s, BMW decided to return to the large car segment with the “New Six” in 1968, which helped establish the company’s reputation for combining luxury with sport into one neat package. Over 200,000 of these sedans were made over a ten year span, taking BMW to the zenith of the 1970s in better financial shape than it had began. Today, these models serve as a touchstone for classic BMW design features evolved and they prove to be rather more affordable than you would at first assume. This beautiful 3.0Si is for sale in São João da Madeira, Portugal, southwest of the country’s second largest city, Porto. It is also a mere stone’s throw from where my family roots lie along the northern coast.

Year: 1974
Model: 3.0Si
Engine: 3.0 liter inline-6
Transmission: 4-speed manual
Mileage: 102,000 km (~ 63,379 mi)
Price: €18,750 (~ $25,040 USD)

CLICK FOR DETAILS: 1974 BMW 3.0Si on eBay

Ultra original car. Always assisted in BMW main dealer. Always a Portuguese Car.

102,000 Kms. Two owners from new. Last Owner since 1981. Only repainted one time in the late ’80s. Never restored. Perfect Condition.

Unrepeatable opportunity to buy a super original car in perfect condition and never restored. Only for who wants perfect originality. Originality certified by The Portuguese Classic Car Club (F.I.V.A. Member)

€18,750

I’ve seen a lot of 3.0CS coupes in this shade of blue, but the sedan really looks stunning in this color with the blue velour upholstery. Couple that with the fact that this car has been owned by the same person for the last 32 years and you have quite the piece. It’s rare to come across a car of this caliber, let alone in Portugal, which reminds you that you never know where serious collectables are hiding. A 3.0Si like this one in good or restored condition should hover around the $15,000 mark and maybe edge $20,000 if it’s an exceptional example. At over $25,000 USD, this one may be priced a bit optimistic. However, you would be hard pressed to find one that is so original.

-Paul

1990 BMW 325i Convertible

One of my favorite movies from my youth was PCU. Kind of like an Animal House for the early 1990s, there were a lot of college hijinx in this flick, one of which included the destruction of a similar BMW 325i Convertible that we see here. Painful to watch for any E30 fan, surely. If you want to relive some eighties memories with what is possibly one of the icons of yuppie transport for the era, this Brilliantrot 325i Convertible with desirable 5-speed manual gearbox and under 88k miles is for sale in Northern Virginia.

Year: 1990
Model: 325i Convertible
Engine: 2.5 liter inline-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 87,500 mi
Price: Reserve auction

CLICK FOR DETAILS: 1990 BMW 325i Convertible on eBay

Up for sale is a beautiful BMW E30 325i Convertible, Brilliantrot with low miles. The car is in perfect shape in and out. It is a rust free car and original paint (all panels have VIN tags). It’s all original and unmolested, something that is very hard to find.

Exterior of the car is very nice and shiny. It has a crack free dash and seats are in very nice shape. Engine runs very strong and smooth and transmission shifts through all gears very smoothly. Clutch feels very solid and strong and shifter also feels very tight. Tires and rims are in very good shape (14″ BBS).

Top is manual and is in great condition and rear window is very clear unlike all other convertibles and carpet is clean and free of any kind of stain. Stock radio and power antenna works fine, everything in this car works as it should including the power door locks, power windows, AC, heater, heated seats.

Under the car is very clean and dry and there are no leaks of any kind. It has a limited slip diff (LSD) that is in very good shape. The car is used and is being sold as is. Feel free to contact me with your questions. I am a 100% positive feedback eBay member so bid with confidence.

Besides the M3, the one E30 that seems to be consistently bringing strong money is the 325is. The open roofed variants have lagged a little behind, probably due to their slightly muted sporting pretentions. Could these be the next E30s to take off in popularity? Who knows, but for now, especially in the colder months, they offer a lot of fun for reasonable value.

-Paul

10K Friday: Big Coupe Off – 560 SEC v. 633 CSi v. 928

Today we’re going to have a slightly different flavor for 10K Friday – big coupes. All three of today’s cars represented the peak of their respective brands when they were new and all three have achieved cult followings and collector status. Yet all three do their jobs in very different ways. We’ve got a last of the breed 1991 Mercedes-Benz 560 SEC, a beginning of the run European-model Porsche 928 5 speed, and a middle of the run E28 switch-over 1983 BMW 633 CSi. Which would be your Coupe du Jour? Let’s start with the Mercedes-Benz:

Year: 1991
Model: 560 SEC
Engine: 5.6 liter V8
Transmission: 4-speed automatic
Mileage: 138,122 mi
Price: $9,000 Buy It Now

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Great Looking Vehicle!
Last of the lifetime W126 Models, last seven off the assembly line in absolute museum quality. This car has always been garaged kept. It also has new front & rear disc brakes, new calipers, new front & rear ceramic pads, and a completely new AC system. It runs & drives flawless with no issues. No dings, dents or scratches. Absolutely no rust, with a very clean interior, no rips or tears and the leather is in pristine condition. Perfect wood work with no cracks in the dash and the carpet is in excellent condition. The new high end Sony radio provides features such as: Pandora, USB, Ipod, remote. Please take a close look at all pictures and enjoy the beauty of this car!! Any questions call before bidding – Andy 561-714-6355.

BID WITH CONFIDENCE!!

This car certainly looks pretty clean in the photos, and miles are right about where you’d want them. Price seems to be really great for the condition and claimed “museum quality” status. While that may be an exaggeration, the car does appear well kept. In out last executive sedan shootout, the Mercedes-Benz 560 SEL was pretty soundly defeated by the newer Audi S8 and BMW 740i; but in this case, the 560 is the newest of the three and in the best condition. I love the pillar-less design of these coupes, black is an appropriate color (though probably not what I would have chosen) and aside from the radio, it appears all original. It sure looks like a lot of car for your coin – but will this “German Corvette” sway your decision?

The early 928s, like the early 6 series, are the cleanest of the designs, especially in Euro-trim. While they’re not the most aggressive looking, it’s amazing how fresh the design still looks now 35 years later. This particular model is one of the better ones to look at for enthusiasts, with a 5 speed, red exterior and that crazy psychedelic interior:

Year: 1978
Model: 928
Engine: 4.5 liter V8
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 38,866 mi
Price: $ 9,800 Buy It Now

CLICK FOR DETAILS: 1978 Porsche 928 Euro on eBay

Almost 40 yrs old and only 38,000 orig miles on this beautiful 1978 Porsche Euro Edition! This was the 1st year for the 928 and this low serial no. car is sure to increase in value! 5-speed manual shift, 4.5 V8 engine, top speed of 150 mph the euro edition had more HP then the standard 928.

Porsche Indian Red paint and camel interior with retro MOD black and white seats and door panels this car turns heads! adult owned and garage kept, just passed inspection right before we purchased it and regular service was done.

Never wrecked or altered still has the orig Alpine radio/tape deck and Porsche phone dial wheels with goodyear high speed tires. Yes the orig tool and first aid kit is still tucked away in the back! (see pic) Power windows, locks and antenna all work as do the kool pop up headlights! Equipped with AC that will need recharging as this has been in storage for awhile. We have many service records, books and manuals that go with the car along with a new battery and car cover! car is in driveable condition but does need some minor work. Fan bearing is worn and left valve cover is leaking oil so we would recommend trailering this vehicle.

Email with any Q’s, or call 856 261 9999 and we will be glad to answer. We are in southern NJ not far from Phila. Pa. and you are welcome to come see the car. We are selling this car AS IS with no warranty and have described it to the best of our knowledge but we are not Porsche experts and this is a vintage automobile!

paypal down payment due within 24 hours and balance due in three days by cash or certified check or money transfer to our bank. thank you

we reserve the right to end auction early as this is also for sale locally, thanks

While it sounds like it needs a mechanical freshening, the condition this car is presented in is impressive and the miles look believable. If you want an early 928 that would be collector status, I think this one fits the bill perfectly. The 5 speed coupled with the European motor gave a lot more motivation than the U.S. market saw until the end of the run. Yes, it has needs, but I feel the price appropriately reflects those needs and this one surely is the looker of the group. But if Porsche repair bills are a little too scary for you to contemplate, how about this BMW?

The 6 series is on an upward tick in value, following the steadily appreciating E30 and newly rising E28 models. While I think the early Euro-cars are the best looking of the run, without a doubt the best drivers are the later E28-derived models such as this one. White over blue probably wouldn’t be everyone’s first choice, but this car is presented as an all-original 1 owner car:

Year: 1983
Model: 633 CSi
Engine: 3.2 liter inline-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 134,000 mi
Price: $ 8,500 Buy It Now

CLICK FOR DETAILS: 1983 BMW 633 CSi on eBay

Up for Sale is My 1983 BMW 633CSI in factory original Alpine White paint with original Pacific Blue leather interior. This car is a true survivor and is all original, no accidents or damage EVER. This is an estate 1 prior owner California Car. This car has no rust, no re-spray and factory original under coating. Perfect under carriage. I bought this car from a car broker that got it from the estate. I have a copy of the original California title and original California plates. Along with the car comes the original books and cassette cleaning kit (cool). Factory tool set intact but missing a pliers. You can get in this car and drive antwhere…..

This car is an amazing RARE Alpine White over Pacific Blue 5 Speed California Model. Up until now the car has been off the road since 2005. Appears it would not pass smog and was garaged. I have gone through this car and it is back on the road and running great. I have spent dozens of hours and over $3000 in parts/service alone in the past 60 days. Receipts included. Car is now smog and odometer exempt in most states. Please check your states DMV for its laws.

Here is a list of the items serviced and repaired in the past 60 days.

Fuel Tank removed and professionally cleaned and sealed.
New Fuel Sending unit
New fuel pump pickup
New fuel filter
New fuel pressure regulator
New Fuel injectors
New Water Pump
New thermostat
Coolant flush and bleed
New CTS (coolant temp sending unit)
New ICV (idle control valve)
New ICM (idle control module)
New Battery
New center shaft bearing and support bracket (for drive shaft)
New Guibo (center shaft bearing)
New Clutch Slave Cylinder
NOS Wagner Amber head lights
Oil Change

The car starts right up and runs very smooth. No smoke or leaky valve guides. Very strong engine and trans and shifts very smooth. Car drives tight and handles very well. These cars are the European muscle cars of the 80’s only way more smooth and solid. The original Alpine White paint is in excellent original condition with only a few minor dings. No rust or peeling of any kind. All trim in good shape. Factory matched basket wheels are in great shape. Factory under coating intact and no issues under the car. Power sunroof works great. Power windows go up and down. Cabin heats well and blower fans work. Dash has a few cracks from the California sun and has a dash mat in place. Door panels are excellent as well as carpet.

Here is what I feel still needs to be serviced at some point in the near future.

Front end alignment
New muffler
New tires
AC service
New rear speaker pods
Repair driver seat leather
Replace speedo gear
Dye interior all back to deep rich Pacific Blue
Buff and wax

This car is a great investment and will only go up in value in the very near future. You just don’t see time capsuls like this very often. I wish I could keep the car but I have to many projects going right now and don’t have the space.

Please ask all questions before bidding. All sales are final. Paypal deposit as soon as auction ends. Full payment due in 3 days. No monkey business. Buyer responsible for all transport cost’s.

Please call me to discuss 773-562-3925
Thanks

So unlike the 928, lots of service to get it back running, but also some time needed to finish sorting the details. For me, the mid-range 6s in the 1980s are the least appealing of the run, but they’re nice drivers, pretty reliable and long lived, and certainly will appreciate if maintained over the coming years. Though this car looks rough in the photos, I think with some time and attention the exterior would really sharpen up quite a bit, though the interior also needs attention. As with the 928, the price in part reflects the need for work, though while I think the 928 price is more or less spot-on, I think this price may be a little high still considering the work needed, overall condition and miles on the car.

Were it my money, it’s down to the Mercedes and Porsche. The 560 looks pretty immaculate, especially considering the price. The logical side of me says “STAY AWAY” from the 928, but I love the color combination, the interior, the manual transmission, and European build. Those details would just be too much for me to overcome and enough to push the better Angel off my shoulder.

Which would you choose?

-Carter

1995 BMW 318ti with S52 swap

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BMW went a little funky in their 90s reach downmarket, docking the E36’s tail to make the stocky 318ti. Most were used and abused as BMW hoped – as a smaller, entry-level luxury-branded city car. Some have survived that ignominous fate, and swapping in the M3’s inline-6 for the puny four cylinder has become a popular and well-documented modification. Today’s claims to be a very professional job, and it looks (and costs) the part. This one has even gone for the later S52, and having those 240 silky horses in a tiny, well-appointed red demon will make you want to take this city car out of the confines of urbanity and onto some very twisty roads.

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Year: 1995
Model: 318ti
Engine: 1998 S52 inline-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 218k chassis, 50k drivetrain
Price: $15,099

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You are bidding on a 1995 BMW 318ti, M Tech, S52 swap.. Built by a BMW Factory Technician.. factory 4 cylinder engine has been replaced with a 1998 M3 6 cylinder engine.. engine compartment is so clean, you could eat off it.. this ti has a full harness swap from a low mile 1998 M3, including M3 Brakes, M3 transmission, power M3 factory Leather seats, front suspension, xbrace, rack, rotors, struts, swaybar, wheels, steering wheel, and clutch.. all M3 parts.. the rear has Koni Yellow with H&R springs.. New Continental tires.. new factory M Technic skirts, bumpers, and M door moldings.. new dry cell battery mounted in rear hatch.. AC is ice cold.. HVAC converted from analog to digital dual climate control, major job, only 1 or 2 TI’s anywhere have this.. she is a daily driver, but, really would make a better track car 🙂 car has been fully gone through, factory hellrot red paint is new and very nice, no scratches.. interior has also been refreshed, and shows nearly new as well.. no accidents, no rust, very clean.. car shows excellent, and drives even better, she is a super light rocket!! she was built by a BMW factory certified technician.. very impressive build.. approx. 50k miles on drivetrain.. a spotless, never hit, no rust, hardtop non sunroof coupe, 218k on chassis, 50k on drivetrain.. Pictures speak louder than words..

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I would take a good look beneath that pretty new coat of paint to see what 218k miles on the chassis have done, but 50k on that great drivetrain makes sense to me. Does $15k for a 318ti? It’s certainly taken a great amount of work, but I’d probably get a great E36 M3 sedan before I spent $15k on this. A few grand cheaper and I would find this odd little bulldog very interesting.

-NR

2002 BMW M5

There’s always something really appealing to me about a Black E39 M5. In black I find these cars to be a bit more of a sleeper. The dark color provides a nice fit for its subtly aggressive styling, which masks the visual cues that make known the fantastic power lying just under the driver’s right foot. To the uninitiated it looks like any other 5-series sedan, but those who know which details to notice will understand immediately that this is not a car to take lightly. Here we have a Black on Black 2002 BMW M5 located in New Jersey that has seen a scant 21,000 miles. Prices on the E39 have begun to rise so a low-mileage, well-maintained example such as this one may have a decent shot of appreciating. We’ve certainly seen the insanity that surrounds the E30 M3 and given the pedigree of the E39 M5 the coming years may see a similar trajectory for those cars.

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Year: 2002
Model: M5
Engine: 4.9 liter V8
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 21,079 mi
Price: $36,500

CLICK FOR DETAILS: 2002 BMW M5 on eBay

***WOW!!!! ONLY 21OOO ONE OWNER MILES**, CLEAN CAR FAX NO ACCIDENTS, INCLUDES WARRANTY, RECENT TRADE, and SERVICE RECORDS AVAILABLE. 6 speed! Want to stretch your purchasing power? Well take a look at this terrific-looking 2002 BMW M5. Available with two sets of rims and tires. This outstanding M5 is the car with everything you’d expect from BMW, and THEN some.

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The downside of the rising market for these cars comes precisely when looking at a car such as this one. It appears to be in great shape and has low mileage, but it will come at a price at the top of the current market range. As a buyer, is this a car you’d want to purchase and then add a bunch of miles? While the list price here is too high (something just below $30K would seem more fitting), for $10-12K less you could probably get a M5 with around 60,000 miles and still have an excellent machine to drive and enjoy, without too much concern over depreciation. Collector vs. driver, it’s a tough decision. Either way, I love these cars in black and for any buyer with similar tastes this car should be worth a long look.

-Rob