1987 BMW M5 (E28)
The BMW M5 has created a class of its own - saloons with supercar rivalling performance. Back in 1981, BMW introduced the breakthrough E28 5 series. It was a huge success. By 1984, the big brother E28 M5 made its debut at the Amsterdam Motor Show. Powered by the M88 straight-six engine from the BMW M1 supercar, it had a blistering 282bhp. With a new fuel injection system, the M5 even had more power than the M1. And to make things more interesting, the car was more powerful than the Ferrari 328 at the time. Anti-roll bars, new springs and dampers, and a LSD was also added to improve the driving characteristics of the car.
Out of the 2241 E28 M5 produced, only 283 are right hand drive. It is completely originally. Original seats, original hand-stitched dashboard, original roof lining, original alloy wheels. Even so, the car is in excellent conditions both mechanically and aesthetically.
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3,453cc Inline6 282bhp
5 speed MT / RWD