Oh my. Yes, I’ve switched back to thinking E28 M5s are the best generation (though that blue E39 that flew by me yesterday was evil in the best way). As we’ve said before, there’s no replacement for the original of a German classic. This gorgeous one owner (!!!) example may be the best-looking E28 M5 I’ve seen with a recent respray and the awesome 17″ 15-spokes from an E39 540i.
Cons: 22 years old isn’t young, 132k miles isn’t zero, $15,800 isn’t cheap.
Pros: One owner, dealer-maintained, all service records. Tastefully updated with restraint. 1988 was an awesome year for BMWs. 132k miles isn’t that much. That new coat of black looks dead sexy, as do the wheels, and the interior and… Everything.
You could make an offer on the eBay listing, but it deserves full price. It’s gorgeous, and though it’s covered some miles, this is an exceptionally maintained M5. If you’re in the market for an E28 M5, buy this one. I’ll go to bed tonight wishing I could.