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1993 BMW e34 M5 For Sale: A 59k Mile Steal!

A black e34 M5 for $19k with 59k miles… What’s the catch?

Update 9.15.08: – Now ad $17.5k. Links updated.

1993 BMW e34 M5 For Sale on Roadfly:

1993 BMW e34 M5 For Sale in Black

quote from Roadfly listing:

Low mileage, well-maintained M5. Drivetrain is stock except for DINAN chip and UUC short shift kit. Near new Michelin Pilot tires and Rondel wheels ( 5 ). New BMW OEM catalytic converters. All fluids changed within last 6 months. Interior and exterior are 8/9 out of 10. Price is firm. Serious inquiries only, please.

The only thing I take issue with are the aftermarket rims, which are probably inferior to the OEM originals. If this is in fact a clean survivor with some records, $19k sounds like a steal to me considering I’ve seen comparable examples in the low to mid 20’s more often than not.


Update: This post is pretty out of date. Why not consider one of these BMW M5’s that is currently for sale?!

[AffomaticEbay]1993 BMW M5[/AffomaticEbay]


  1. fredvh1
    fredvh1 July 24, 2008

    Those wheels are BMW, they come with the e39 530i with the M Sport package. I think they look really good with the car. Stock e34 M5 wheels looks cheesy, like they came straight from the eighties.

  2. admin
    admin July 25, 2008

    Thanks for your comment Fred, but I don’t think those are they stockers you’re thinking. Not with that much lip.


  3. Carlos
    Carlos October 29, 2008

    I’m from Brazil… here we haven’t some E34….. one day I’ll buy this car…….
    nice car…….

  4. steven chen
    steven chen January 27, 2009

    people change e34 m5 rims are stupid cus they have no idea what bbs have done to the rims.
    those on the 91 m5 are three piece system one rims with turbine design suck in air auxillarily. those on 93 m5 are also three piece bbs system two rims. who evere change those rims are not real bmw m5 drivers. the only upgrade i will aprove is bigger alpina rims.

  5. Jim
    Jim January 27, 2009

    People change rims for a lot of reasons. It’s well known that the original rims were designed to cool the brakes. That being said even BMW got the idea that the disc rims looked like hell and went and changed them. You don’t judge someone else’s knowledge or enthusiasm just because they changed rims unless they put on some 22 inch bling junkers

  6. eddie
    eddie March 25, 2010

    i have an e34 525. deciding on my next car e34 m5. e39 non-m5. or e38? the e34/e39 would be manual. the 34 has a more masculine look. but the e39 has more comfortable interior. and the e38 costs less and bigger then both of those. which one is better buy????

  7. Dan Crouch
    Dan Crouch March 25, 2010

    Tough question to answer Eddie! Considering all of these are getting up there in age, I’d make sure to budget $1-2k, maybe more for the M models, each year for maintenance. With that in mind, buy the best example you can find that’s nearby. Maintenance history is a must, especially with any kind of miles. I also personally try to stay away from modified cars as it can often indicate a hard life.

    Good luck!


  8. haren
    haren November 25, 2010


  9. Michael
    Michael July 11, 2011

    That is way overpriced, Blue Book for that year in EXCELLENT condition with that many miles is still less than $10,000. Good try.

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