2001 m5 - 130km - $19,000.00
As much as it saddens me, I am selling my M5 that I have owned for a year. We have a newborn and it is becoming tricky justifying in keeping the car. I will NOT be purchasing a minivan in the M5's absence - do not worry. I am in NO hurry to sell, and please no trades, low ball offers. If you have a comment please feel free to email, call and we can discuss and come take a look.
Obviously the car does not show as a 10/10, but for the eleven years it has been driven it has been well cared for. The Caramel interior is showing its age, but there are zero rips and tears. The Exterior has zero rust, but minor surface scratches. Paint is holding strong and the clear is amazing!
With out further delay up for sale is my M:
Bone stock US model 2001 M5 imported into Canada
Converted daytime run lights, F to C deg, Miles to KMS
Carbonschwarz Metallic exterior
Caramel/ Alcantara Interior
6spd - 400bhp
130 Original KMS and counting as I drive this as my daily NO WINTERS/ NO RUST 4th owner. All owners have cared immensely for this car and all have been BMW enthusiasts!!
Headliner is black Alcantara
Rear dash is black Alcantara
Front and rear pillars are black Alcantara
Upper window frames in the doors are not covered (black matte finish)
The center pillars are black Alcantara to the bottom of the windows, then black leather to the floor
Door window sills (above wood trim) are black leather (chromed door lock buttons)
All 5 headrests are caramel leather
Rear center armrest is caramel leather
All 5 seating surfaces are caramel leather
Double parallel stitching in center of the seats creates 7 ribbed areas, with the center ribbed area slightly larger. The outer surfaces on the seats are smooth caramel leather.
Center passenger seat is smooth caramel leather
Seatbacks are leather
Upper dash is black leather
Lower dash (beneath wood trim) is caramel leather
Console sides are caramel leather
Center armrest is caramel leather
Modifications/parts recently installed:
Dinan front strut bar
Dinan lowering springs
Falken 452's on OEM 18 M5 rims (front) - 245/40/18
Dunlop Sports on OEM 18 M5 rims (rear) - 275/35/18
K&N Filters Dec 2011
Matte kidneys April 2012
USPEC iPod kit allows driver to use the steering wheel buttons to control sound - NO CD Changer,but the connection is there if the iPod kit is removed.
Replaced Thermostat & Sensor Oct 2011
Camshaft position Sensor Bank 1 (passenger) - Dec 2011
Camshaft position Sensor Bank 2 (driver) Dec 2011
Throttle valve switch both banks Dec 2011
Replaced wiper blades Dec 2011
Replaced Throttle actuator Jan 2011
Always used 5W30 Synthetic oil, and BMW OEM Filters
Maintenance by previous owners:
Major work was the Clutch replaced in February of 2001 @ 45,327Miles
I have a file folder filled with receipts from all previous owners too many parts replaced to list call for details
Have winter tires mounted on E60 M5 Replica rims (17s) they will clear the brake calipers - extra $$
Recent Oil Change in July 2012.
Car will be sold Cert/E Tested.
Have original parts such as OEM Springs, Kidneys, actuator, sensors. Etc.
Please email msproule [at] rogers (dot) com or call (six 47.two two 1. 10nine3) for additional information, pictures or questions.
Thanks for looking!
ALL RECEIPTS FROM ALL OWNERS OVER THE 11 YEARS THIS CAR HAS BEEN DRIVEN!
Was this car for sale not too long ago? I think I came accross it when I was shopping last winter. Nice M5...
I believe it was listed a year ago.. so yes. and thank you.
this one has the extended leather package.... nice!
Lovely. Leather on the dash is just amazing.
Interior doesn't get any better
What you need now is an M5 Touring! *th-up**wave*
GL with sale, that interior is just *mw**mw**mw*
Wow nice car! Glws
Saw the car today on Anson Drive
yea, not I....
This car is soo tempting. I'll keep watch on this thread in case the price drops.
Question: Can you clarify if this car has/has not been driven in the winter. You say that this has not seen winter. However, you have winter wheels/tires available and you also show a bunch of service work done through last winter.
I myself did not drive this car last winter. I did however purchase winter tires (E60 M5 reps) to mount while the car sat in my garage. Over the winter I purchased an OBD II scanner and scanned the car as shortly after I purchased kept throwing the car into error - hence the sensors and parts I replaced it over the winter. Every time I would replace a part it would clear said code and the others would remain. Took a while of me diagnosing to pin point each once, but so far zero electronic gremlins have come back.
I am driving this car everyday as my daily commute is short, but the price will not be coming down for such a rare M5 with this color combo!
Thanks for looking
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