I know what you’ll say. Another BMW…sheesh, you DT guys must have some kind of sponsorship from Bavaria. Not quite (although we’d love to get some kick back from BMW if you guys are reading this…send unmarked cash in brown paper envelopes care of the crazy cat lady down the street)..but if you can find another company that sells nicely styled manual transmission equipped sports sedans and V10 powered hoonmobiles, I’ll become a fan boy for that OE too. Deal? Anyway, BMW M division’s first bruiser sedan was the 1988 BMW M5; they had previously dabbled in the M1 supercar and 4-cylinder powered E30 M3 but it was the E28 M5 that set the standard for a fast M-sedan. Multiple generations later that formula had outgrown its inline-6 roots and by the E60 generation the M5 was powered by an F1 inspired V10 with a screaming high 8250 rpm redline. Today these M5s are out of factory warranty and can be purchased for less than a new Honda Accord. Find this 2006 BMW M5 E60 starting bid at $1000 with estimated value $17k here on SecondDaily.com.
From the seller:
Mileage: 102k miles
Engine: 5.0L V10
Transmission: 7-speed SMG
Ext. Color: Black
Int. Color: Black leather
Key Features: 5L V10 500hp sedan, lots of recent maintenance, F1 sound and power for pennies on the dollar
Sold By: enthusiastgarage
Second Daily is proud to present for auction this 2006 BMW M5, powered by that aforementioned 5L V10 paired with a 7-speed sequential manual gearbox (SMG). This is BMW’s auto-manual electronic/hydraulic shifter, allowing the driver to shift like a proper manual without the third pedal, rev matches and all. This M5 has seen just over 102k miles since new and has recently received extensive services to take care of some large price tag items that these cars may encounter. The seller reports it drives absolutely amazing, sounds amazing at high revs and the steering is laser sharp. It is currently stored indoors in a climate controlled facility.
This one ships from Ohio with a clean clear title. Second Daily will cover up to $200 of the cost of a pre-purchase inspection (PPI) if you order one and then go on to purchase the car. So bid with confidence knowing we’ve got you covered. You must make arrangements prior to auction close and successfully win the auction to receive the $200 credit.
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