1995 BMW 525i Touring

We’ve given the E39 touring a lot of love here at GCFSB, but the E34 is a classic, handsome longroof that would still serve the purposes of a family man who likes a little old-fashioned German luxury. Today’s black-on-tan example looks pretty darn good for a 20 year-old car, having covered roughly 5k miles per year. It may not be the sportiest of BMW wagons, coming with the 4-speed auto mated to the 2.5-liter M20, but it’s a great hauler that is a step up from the ubiquitous Volvo 240 alternative.

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Year: 1995
Model: 525i Touring
Engine: 2.5 liter inline-6
Transmission: 4-speed automatic
Mileage: 104,500 mi
Price: $7,200 Buy It Now

Up for sale is a RARE FIND – a 1995 BMW 525iT Station Wagon


This hard to find BMW Touring (station wagon) comes to you with a low mileage of just 104,500, verifiable by clean Carfax and Autocheck reports. It is fully equipped with all options available on this model, including but not limited to:

2.5 liter M50B25 inline-6 engine
automatic transmission
dual sunroof
dual heated power seats
leather upholstery
etc etc
The car has passed our thorough mechanical check-up and is ready to go to a new home. Has many BRAND NEW parts, including:

4 brand new tires (less than 100 miles on them)
Engine oil and filter change
New cooling system service – including new water pump and thermostat
New battery

Test drives and pre-bid inspections are welcome and encouraged. You can fly in and drive this beauty home, we can pick you up at an airport. We will also gladly help with shipping the car at a great price.

Please email, text or call Jim at



with any questions or offers

We will end the listing early for a serious buyer

Thank You


I’m clearly a fan of older cars, and would much prefer this over most newer wagons. My only qualm here is with the chunky roofracks, which muddy the clean E34 lines but are no doubt useful. Nothing flashy here, but tens of thousands of miles left in it for a reasonable price seems like a deal to me. The market isn’t especially hot for E34 wagons, so it’s likely it will go for under $7k, making it a downright steal in my book.


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