This 1991 BMW M5 is finished in Sterling Silver over gray leather and powered by a 3.6-liter S38 inline-six paired with a 6-speed manual gearbox. The car has been the recipient of numerous modifications to the suspension and braking systems as well as a custom sound system reported to cost in excess of $10k. The seller is a certified BMW factory tech who owns a specialty shop, and has logged 7k miles behind the wheel in his seven-year ownership. This E34 M5 is offered with spare parts, receipts from new, and a clean New Hampshire title in the seller’s name.
The Sterling Silver finish is shown up close in several photos below and the seller reports no accidents or damage during his ownership. Four new exterior door handles have been installed, and new reflector headlights have been fitted along with factory Euro mirrors.
Staggered M-Parallel alloy wheels wear Yokohama S.drive tires with approximately 1,500 miles on them per the seller. A set of stock M-System II wheels with “throwing star” covers is also included and fitted with BFGoodrich G-Gorce tires with roughly the same mileage. Braking is from 4-piston Brembo calipers up front.
The cabin is upholstered in light grey leather, and new door panels have been sourced by the seller. Interior modifications include a Euro steering wheel with blue and red stitching as well as a UUC short shifter with a lighted knob.
The odometer is said to show 107k miles, about 7k of which have been accrued by the seller during his seven years with the car. The custom stereo system incorporates a Kenwood head unit with Bluetooth, satellite radio, and rear camera as well as a Bit One sound processor, Hertz speakers, and a custom subwoofer.
The 3.6-liter straight-six was originally rated at 311 horsepower at 6,900 rpm with 266 lb-ft of torque at 4,750 rpm. The seller has installed new spark plugs, changed the filters and flushed the cooling system during his ownership. An oil and filter change was performed in late 2017 and a new battery was recently installed.
Shifting is through a replacement Euro 6-speed manual transmission paired with a 3.64:1 differential, and a new clutch has also been fitted per the seller. Suspension modifications include KW Variant 2 adjustable coilovers and 25mm sway bars as well as aluminum front control arms from an 850i.
Records are kept in binders and said to date from new. Period literature is also included along with extra parts reportedly consisting of a new dash in the box, a replacement radiator, and a spare center console.