Cheap And Rough: 1991 BMW M5 E34
Prices of the E34 M5 have risen in the past few years, probably because people figured out that these were fast, fun, rare, and worth saving. Maybe because sites like DailyTurismo sung their praises (our own CFlo owned one for a few years and loved it) but I don’t think we should take all the blame for the rapid price appreciation. Much of it goes to the fact that new cars are so artificial and the E34 M5 is purposefully analog in its application of speed. It is like driving a big American muscle car that feels tight in the turns. Strange experience, but worth the entry price on this next one. Find this 1991 BMW M5 E34 offered for $12,500 in New York, NY via craigslist. Tip from Cory.
From the seller:
1991 BMW M5
cylinders: 6 cylinders
paint color: black
title status: clean
1991 BMW E34 M5. 5 speed manual. Naturally aspirated inline 6. Black on black. 136,000 miles.
Reliable and drives like new. Car meticulously maintained at TKX Performance. All OEM except custom exhaust and Racing Dynamics front strut brace. Drives amazing, sounds amazing. Interior 7/10, black leather interior good no tears. Some small fixes could get it perfect (door panel leather accents need to be glued down, glove box hinge needed, headlamp clip). Exterior 6/10, some minor paint chips and small dent front corner and hood (not visible unless under close inspection, see pics). Needs new fog lights. Issues priced in. Shadowline trim. Factory legal tints. Ultimate driving machine, I have driven the car every day this summer and get compliments everywhere I go. This is a hand built car enjoyed by enthusiast owners.
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That’ll be 72,579.2830 Dogecoins, if you’re keeping score