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37 minutes ago, The Flying Banana said:

it showed no signs of ever ending up like that I have to say...it was a very clean car ( non sunroof too) ...when I got it it was great, cruise, air con, full OBC , quite the car back then


I sold a special audi to real enthusiasts in Brum, they had ii in bits and sold off in no time - very careful now as although it no longer mine it was sold to enjoy - allegedly !!


M5 gone to users and keepers.

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2 minutes ago, GlossBlue said:

WE cant save them all but i am coming close to it after saving 3 of them.


did my bit with four and kept one, just to remind me of the agonies

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11 minutes ago, 540i/6DB said:

MOT history check has it down as an M5. ^_^



 LOL so it does!!!


From DVLA:

Registration number: M160JPG

  • Vehicle make BMW
  • Vehicle model M5   :o
  • Date first used 30 September 1994
  • Fuel type Petrol
  • Colour Red

MOT history of this vehicle

  • Test date 22 September 2016
  • Test Result Fail
  • Odometer reading 233,377 miles
  • MOT test number 5540 2520 7259
  • Reason(s) for failure
    front Windscreen wiper does not clear the windscreen effectively (8.2.2)
    nearside Direction indicators not working (1.4.A.2c)
    nearside rear Suspension component mounting prescribed area is excessively corroded (2.4.A.3)
    offside rear Subframe mounting prescribed area is excessively corroded (2.4.A.3)
    Fuel pipe leaking (7.2.3)
    Brake pipe excessively corroded (3.6.B.2c)
    front Tyre tread depth below requirements of 1.6mm (4.1.E.1)
    offside front Suspension arm has excessive play in a ball joint (2.4.G.2)
    Sub-frame has excessive play in a pin/bush (2.4.G.2)
    Going by the info on the DVLA and generally appearance, it well and truly looks like a breaker to me!!! Seller wanted £1200 ?!! Good luck!! Oh saying that, I completely forgot its got a "quick release gearbox" too :ph34r: Might be worth the extra premium with that "upgrade" fitted...:ph34r: 

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