BaT Auction: 1992 BMW M5 at No Reserve

This 1992 BMW M5 is finished in Sterling Silver Metallic over Light Silvergrey Nappa leather, and it is powered by a 3.6 inline-six mated to a five-speed manual transmission and a limited-slip differential. Equipment includes 18″ M Parallel wheels, a sunroof, power-adjustable and heated front seats, air conditioning, a sunroof, and a cassette stereo. The car was featured on BaT in 2016 prior to its acquisition three years ago by the seller, who has added 1k of the 95k miles shown. This M5 is now offered at no reserve with a clean Carfax report and a clean Michigan title in the seller’s name.

No Reserve: 1992 BMW M5

The body is finished in Sterling Silver Metallic (218) and features aftermarket clear front and rear turn signal lenses. Equipment includes dark grey accents on the front air dam, side skirts, and rear valance, along with front fog lights, a functional sunroof, and M5 badging. The seller states the paint is checked and worn in places, and some of the plastic trim is fading. Rust is noted on the bottom edge of the left-front door.

No Reserve: 1992 BMW M5

18″ M Parallel wheels have been added and are wrapped in Continental ExtremeContact DWS06 tires. The factory self-leveling rear suspension has been retained, and the seller states that brake components and the tires were replaced during their ownership.

No Reserve: 1992 BMW M5

The interior features Light Silvergrey Nappa seating surfaces and contrasting dark grey surfaces for the dashboard, carpets, and door panel tops. Amenities include power-adjustable and heated front seats, air conditioning, power accessories, a short-throw shifter, a cassette stereo, and Bavarian Autosport floor mats. Pixels are missing on the stereo display, and the driver’s door panel is said to be deteriorating.

No Reserve: 1992 BMW M5

Instrumentation consists of a 180-mph speedometer and an 8k-rpm tachometer, as well as gauges for fuel level, oil temperature, and coolant temperature. The digital odometer indicates 95k miles, approximately 1k of which were added by the seller.

No Reserve: 1992 BMW M5

The 3.6-liter S38B36 inline-six features individual throttle bodies and produced 310 horsepower and 266 lb-ft of torque from the factory. Power is sent to the rear wheels through a five-speed manual transmission paired with a limited-slip differential. The seller claims the transmission is hard to shift into gears.

No Reserve: 1992 BMW M5

Rust is noted on the rear muffler, and additional photos of the underside are provided below.

The Carfax report lists no accidents or other damage and shows history from its first update in 1993 through its most recent entry in April 2020. Start-up and driving videos are provided below.

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