If you're an enthusiast of the new class of classics, then we know
you've been waiting for a car like this 1991 BMW M5. Loaded,
speedy, prestigious, and well-preserved, it embodies why they make
the Ultimate Driving Machine.
The E34 era of the 5-Series had that perfect look of understated
German power, and the M5 turns it up a notch. So it's able to
convey sporty and premium all in the first glance. And you can
really tell this example has been treated with care. The deep black
paint has a terrific luster under our showroom lights, and it looks
even better out in the sun. The bright twin kidney grille, special
M badges, and unique 17-inch wheels all offer hints of brightness
on this sleek midnight machine.
The 5-Sereis offers plenty of room for passenger front and rear.
And the M5 even has individual seating front and rear. But because
BMW makes the Ultimate Driving Machine, that means they focus all
the important pieces around you. This highly original interior
boasts some of the era's most comfortable leather bucket seats, and
they are power adjustable to strike the perfect balance for grand
touring comfort. And as a premium vehicle, BMW's engineers expertly
worked to make sure that it was luxurious without being
distracting. The stick shift is exactly where you always want to
rest your right hand. And you are always just a short reach away
from features like the automatic climate control, power sunroof,
power windows, cruise control, and upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo with
USB and Bluetooth.
The motor is believed to be original to the car, and you can see
that it has been cherished as nicely as the rest of this Beemer.
And that's for a very good reason. This 3.6-liter straight-six is
what really makes the M5 a true collectable. It's a 24-valve,
fuel-injected powerplant with dual overhead camshafts. It was built
to be quick off the line and have plenty of muscle left to hustle
you into triple-digit speeds. And so you can take this from an easy
cruising luxury machine to a true performance car with just one
downshift of the five-speed manual transmission. BMW's Motorsport
division engineered the fully independent suspension so that the
extra power was kept under optimal control. The same goes for the
power steering and four-wheel disc brakes. So while this sedan is
exceptionally preserved, we know you won't be able to resist
hitting the open road.
The sale comes with the owner's manual, M5 brochure, and
maintenance receipts/records. This is the car you've always wanted,
and it handles just as tight as you always imagined. So don't miss
the exceptional modern classic. Call today!