Production of the second generation BMW M5 was from 1989 to 1995.
The code named E34 Gen used the S38; a 3.6L straight six cylinder
engine making an incredible 310 bhp. Production of M5 models began
with the painted shell of an E34 5 Series at the BMW Dingolfing
plant. The shells were then transported to BMW M GmbH in Garching,
where the car was assembled by hand over a period of two weeks.
E34 BMW M5's have long been difficult to find in this condition.
Most of these cars have seen regular use or play from aggressive
drivers over the years. Finding a low mile unmolested example is
indeed a rarity. This particular M5 is in amazing shape as evident
by not only the paint but the interior and engine compartment as
well. This is a collector grade example.
If you have ever considered one of these for your weekend toy or
collection be sure to take a closer look. This generation of M5 are
easily the most difficult to find in the secondary market. This one
will not last! Contact Steve Thiel at 702-383-6080 or
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