This 2002 BMW M5 is powered by a 4.9-liter V8 paired with a 6-speed manual gearbox and finished in lemans Blue along with a dark leather interior. The car was acquired by owner at June 2018, and following work comprised a repaint, fitment of a fresh back window and interior trimming, and routine maintenance such as an oil change and brake fluid flush. This E39 M5 shows 142k miles and is offered with partial-service records, spare parts, a Carfax record, and also a blank vermont name in the seller’s name.
Sheet metal is finished in Lemansblau Metallic (381)as well as the seller has allegedly had the top parts of your human anatomy repainted, wet sanded, and coated. Additional work reportedly included fitment of a new windshield cowl and replacement of the rear window. Two accidents are noted in the Carfax report, with the first in February 2004 damaging the right-side columns plus a moment in December 2009 inducing “little to moderate” rearend damage.
The 18″ Style 65 wheels have reportedly been refinished under owner ’s ownership and wear staggered-width Michelin Pilot Sport tires, even with each corner exhibited in the pub below. An after market front end cover has altered the original slice, and several clips on the front kidney grilles are reportedly broken.
Interior features include black leather upholstery over heated and powered sport seats, a power sun roof, aluminum trim, dual climate controls, and a multifunction controls. The seller has reportedly replaced several interior trim bits, installed the ideal rear window regulator and motor, and fitted M5-branded ground mats. Wear is noticed on the center console trim, there are dead pixels to the navigation screen, and the rear window sunshades and factory stereo really are non operational.
Grey-faced gauges feature red cables and also a digital odometer reading approximately 142k miles, 4k of which have been included by the seller. An illuminated research engine light has reportedly been diagnosed because of an oxygen detector issue. An uninstalled E60 shifter and bushings will be included in your purchase.
The 4.9-liter S62 V8 was rated at 394 horsepower with 368 lb-ft of torque when new, and a 6-speed manual was the only transmission offered. A new clutch was allegedly installed within the past 5k miles, while more modern ceremony included an oil change and a brake fluid flush. Owner notes a flow at the power steering reservoir, and an upgraded tank and hoses will soon probably be within the sale. The back muffler has been deleted.
The Carfax report shows history in Florida and North Carolina in 2002 to 2018 as well as record both the 2004 and 2009 accidents.