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  1. Horseybusiness

    M5 front bumper and fenders

    Apologies if I have posted in the wrong place, this is my first post. Having just has someone takeout the left front fender and bumper of my E60 550i (pre-lci) I am left wondering if I should go down the route of replacing with the M5 fenders and bumper, question to anyone who might have done this is; A. are all the parts a straight swap out. B. Any have some bits or point me in the right direction of a good NZ source.
  2. https://www.trademe.co.nz/a.aspx?id=1468423347 Looking for $80K!! One of 2 NZ New E61 M5s.... 54KMs late model I drive fitted by BMW $5000 carbon fibre intake system imported from the UK ( original still with car) built in laser radar detector
  3. http://www.trademe.co.nz/motors/used-cars/bmw/auction-1291456118.htm $48K ono 106KMs Pictures are a bit meh ... but awesome car!
  4. Four hours of sweet, a clay bar, polish and clear coat, stage one clean to get a decent finish on this bad boy done. Some detail work under the bonnet and around the base and inside doors but happy to have some decent protection on this now for the summer. Can't really see on pics but a pretty nice reflection on the navy metallic paintwork now 😍 Loving it