The E34 generation M5 was the last of the hand-built BMW M-cars…but I probably didn’t need to tell you that if you are remotely an ///M-car fanboy or fangirl. It was also the last BMW M-car to feature an engine that had even the remotest link to a BMW Motorsports racing engine….but I probably didn’t need to tell you that anyway…why do I even bother to write this stuff? Find this 1991 BMW M5 E34 offered for $10,500 near Las Vegas, NV. Tip from FuelTruck.
I know what you are thinking, another BMW…geez DT, are you guys on the payroll. No, not on the payroll, but I’ve been on a rear-drive manual-transmission sport sedan kick recently, and well…that naturally leads to BMW and the M cars are just so scrumptious.
The North American E34 M5 left the factory with a 3.6 liter S38B36
inline-6 that puts out 307 horsepower and 266 ft-lbs of torque into a
Getrag 280 5-spd manual gearbox. This particular car has its original M-System wheel setup, where an 17×8 black alloy wheel is covered with a bolted on direction
wheel cover with fins that were designed to draw cool air into the
brake/hub assembly similar to something used on a modern F1 car.
See another E34 for cheap? firstname.lastname@example.org