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Spotted on BaT with a CL link, Federalized



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I have a one of 9000 produced, grey market 525ix E34 wagon with a rare 5 speed gear box. This wagon was imported by the prior owner into Alaska from Germany, and I have moved down here bringing it with me. It has about 160K miles, is dark blue (orientblau), and in very good shape. Options include dual climate control, AWD with center differential (similar to 325ix), 2.5 litre motor with 190 HP, 'smiley face' HID lights, tan leather interior, euro spec 'stinger' ball hitch, factory Pro tape deck, M style lit shift knob, heated seats, good glass, no troublesome sunroofs, new blower motor and hood/tailgate struts. No rust, clean exterior, no rips in the seats. The clutch is good. The new owner will get a few spare parts as well. Recent oil and filter change. It has current Alaska tags and registration. I have all the paperwork from the 'federalizing' agent on the east coast, including the original Bill of Sale from Germany. There should be no problem registering in Oregon.

Parts are readily available from several BMW specialists, as well as from the dealer.

"Why would I pay that much money for a 1981 BMW that looks...like a 1981 BMW?" -Charles William Jones, Jr.

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