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  1. Choosing an E60 M5

    To add, if the car has full BMWSH and is below 100k, you can add the BMW warranty.
  2. At that price it will gather dust forever.
  3. Choosing an E60 M5

    Personally, I wouldn’t get an E60 M5 without a warranty. The bills they can throw up are utterly massive. Facelifts are better but as always, buy on condition and proof of servicing rather than miles. I’d rather a well sorted, higher mileage car than a low mileage one with a less careful owner.
  4. My old touring

    Question is, would you buy it back? Air conditioning not working rings bells as that could be very costly. Then again, everything is costly on the E39!
  5. Dakar Yellow RHD E39 M5 - For Sale on Ebay

    It’s either fraud or f*cked!
  6. Dakar Yellow RHD E39 M5 - For Sale on Ebay

    Back up for sale
  7. Dakar Yellow RHD E39 M5 - For Sale on Ebay

  8. But it’s an Alpina! (sigh)
  9. My E39 M5

    I’ve been without the M5 for a month as an old biddy drove into my open door as I was putting my 18 month old into her car seats. Livid doesn’t come close. However, very glad it is back now and looking better than ever.
  10. That's my beloved E61...

    Hopefully this was an MOT tester typo
  11. Also has heated seats which I didn’t think were available on Champagne. Does look nice though.
  12. https://www.seymourpope.com/used-vehicle-details/BMW-5-Series-U96/
  13. E39 M5 - looks a lovely example

    It’s wildly known on this and other forums that cars from High Wycombe generally are not worth the trouble. Of course there are exceptions but a 167k M5 with 12 previous owners and a corroded sill on the last MOT? Probably not.
  14. E39 M5 - looks a lovely example

    Also a rather healthy 12 previous owners.