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Matt
04-09-2000, 10:23 PM
I have the Chiltons book for the E34 M5. It has over 1,000 pages covering all bases of the M5... inside and out.<br>I will sell for $35 plus shipping. Just sold my E34 M5, no need for book.<br>Thanks!<br>Matt<p>847-614-7557

Ron
04-11-2000, 04:26 PM
<i>: I have the Chiltons book for the E34 M5. It has over 1,000 pages covering all bases of the M5... inside and out.<br>: I will sell for $35 plus shipping. Just sold my E34 M5, no need for book.<br>: Thanks!<br>: Matt<p>: 847-614-7557<p></i>I know I must sound like an idiot, but how do I tell if I have a E34 M5. I bought this car a few weeks ago and I didn't know there was anything but an M5. The Car is an '88.<p>Thanks...

Sam K
04-11-2000, 08:50 PM
The bodystyle for the 1988 M5 is designated E28; the next bodystyle is E34. The new bodystyle [starting in '96, '97?] is called E39. Check out a few websites that helped me a lot when I got mine [E34]:<p>http://www.netspace.net.au/~jrobbo/M5/<p>http://www.bmwm5.com/<p>'88 was the only year the E28 M5 was available in the US. '91 - '93 for the E34 in the US. Hope that helps, and welcome to the club.<p>Sam<p>

Larry
04-16-2000, 09:35 AM
<Please EMAIL me at weissed@cmq.com if you still have the manual.<br>Thanks<br></i>


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