With 96,542 miles on the odometer, this M5 wagon may not be pristine, but it’s in excellent condition for its age. Potentially, it could have even more power on tap as Enthusiast Auto Group performed a “no-expense-spared” engine restoration, adding new engine bearings, a new timing chain, new cylinder heads, and a water pump replacement. The coolant hoses, spark plugs, clutch kit, and flywheel was also replaced. During the service, the brake calipers, front thrust arms, front control arms, urethane rear sub-frame bushings, and rear pitman arms were rebuilt, and a new windshield was fitted.
This BMW M5 Wagon can be yours for $150,000 – that’s more than a Porsche 911 GT3. That may seem steep, but a lot of work clearly went into the restoration. It’s also extremely rare and the sales listing claims this was one of the most expensive M5 Touring models at the time as the car was specced with a long list of options.