This car has received lots of love by someone who is very obviously a huge e28 fanatic! The time and effort to convert the front end isn’t that easy to do or source. The list of important maintenance makes the 108k miles a non-issue. And those recovered seats look fantastic!
1988 BMW e28 M5 Euro Conversion For Sale on Roadfly:
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1988 M5 Euro Conversion
– Euro Bumper conversion (Brand new bumpers and all associated parts purchased from BMW, not some old rusty parts)
– Euro headlights w/working wipers and factory reservoir (Powder coated with new trim rings and Euro factory harness, not a butcher job)
– Euro turns and fogs (Brand new units purchased from BMW)
– Hartge replica front spoiler (Brand new)
– Zender rear valence
– New black leather front seats (Brand new leather)
– Crack free dash
– Strut braces on the front and rear shock towers
– Koni Sport (Yellow) adjustable front and rear dampers
– New spring pads
– New strut mount bearings front and rear
– Front camber plates
– H&R springs
– E34 M5 big brakes front and rear, powder coated black
– New rotors and pads front and rear
– New parking brake
– Dinan chip
– Rear headrests
– Metric Mechanic Sport Exhaust
I think the $17.5k asking price will scare off many casual onlookers. But for a true e28 M5 enthusiast, this M5 has just about everything you could want short of having a real euro import.
Like the black e28 but can’t swing the asking? You could go the opposite direction with this 85 535i for $1200 😀 Quite a swing in value considering they’re on the same platform!
Update: Also listed on Bring A Trailer
2 replies on “1988 BMW e28 M5: Euro Conversion For Sale!”
hey, hows it going my name is Rob. im from ny. i recently bought an old 83, 533i, that i want to do an m5 conversion suspension on. you have any tips or website to refer me too about this project? its a 3.2 /3.5 w/ a manuel transmission. Big question is where can I find the same exact euro conversion kit for the bumper and front skirt!
any advise or tips would be greatly appreciated. thank you!
my direct e-mail address is Gi0vanni4128@gmail.com
Hello sir, i noticed that you have the rear seat headrest. I was wondering were did you get them from ,as well as the the supporting brackets. I have a e28 m5 just like yours and i have been looking for them for years. If you could point me in the right direction i would appreciate it. Thanks!