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E60 M5 (2006 - 2010)

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Old 08-02-2012, 02:40 PM
mws mws is offline
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Mein Auto: 760Li, F250 V10, Ex 7.3L
2006 M5 at Stevens Creek Pre-Owned in San Jose, ca

Just putting a shout out for a local dealer who I plan to use to help me find an M5 or 6 sometime next year. Normally I post on the E65-66 forum. I'm driving a 760Li. He lives to call me with some of his BMWs to help him sort it out and give him some feedback, plus he gives me first right of refusal, since I have pals who might be looking... or I might want it myself.

here's my review of his dealership

http://www.yelp.com/biz/stevens-cree...LfCqCHHmvwYpSw

here's the ad for the car:

http://sfbay.craigslist.org/sby/ctd/3170811862.html

I've driven it, and it sounds and feels strong. Was driven by a housewife, you'll see the two baby seat dents in the rear seats, and when I fished around in i-Drive, Sport500 was not even selected in M mode preferences. Is it possible to look at the black box history in INPA to see if it ever was selected?

Has no vented seats or I might consider it. But I am waiting another year and am fine driving my 7 for now.

No messed up smells, no serious wear on the driver's and passenger's interior I could see. I am picky about that. Higher miles, paint looks really good, except for two scratches-- I believe. Tony likes to not repair them until the buyer sees them, so they won;t think the car was wrecked. I remember a PDR-type dent or two that could be worked on as well. Some curb hash on the rims. But the car felt great and Tony's in a mood to deal.

he got stuck repairing iAC controller and a brand new clutch at Stevens Creek BMW.

might be a good candidate for that pal of yours who's been slavering over your car at work all these years.
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