I still have M5s on my mind. Who can blame me? These are quite possibly the best sports sedans ever to roam the planet. I will say that I’m partial to the first three generations of M5s, as I feel the last two have lost the plot, both in size and complexity. This E34 for sale on the BMW Club Classifieds is a tasty looking number, with only 7,500 miles on a comprehensive engine rebuild. The adaptive suspension has been ditched in favor of a Dinan setup. I could go both ways on that; yes, it isn’t stock but more than likely it would offer greater reliability over the long haul.
Sunroof, power windows, locks & seats, Dinan suspension (airbags deleted), BBS wheels, 7.5k miles on complete engine rebuild (new pistons, rings, bearings, all seals, belts, clutch, pressure-plate, flywheel reconditioned, over $12k in parts & labor), ice cold a/c, factory spare never used, new Lloyd floor mats, non-smoker, no accidents, absolutely no rust, most receipts, beautiful. Willing to trade for a nice pre-’74 2002.
Normally I don’t like my M5s modified too much, but I like what this owner has done to this example. The BBS RC rims works well and with the color, give this car a butch look. With the cost of the repairs, this owner isn’t making much of a profit. The price is a little on the high side for an E34 M5, but who knows These might be the next vintage M cars to take off in value, following in the footsteps of the E30 M3.