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  • Peter Ahern

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    go to mye28.com during your hunt for one if you haven't already.

  • Zippy Gordon

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    Sweet story!

  • Chris Martino

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    Good story! Keep them coming.I'm getting to really love Tuesdays.:)

    from Tucson, AZ, USA
  • Brooks Wade

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    I just bought an E28 M5 and I'm in love with it! It's a 3-4 day a week car for me as a change up to my RS6. I really like the look of the euro bumpers. In fact my only 2 gripes with the M5 are the black paint and the huge bumpers. I would like to eventually trade out for a euro spec M5 but that's down the road.

  • Peter Ahern

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    Love the Video! My Father had a 1988 E28 M5 growing up, it's nice to see people out there with a passion for these cars!

    from Milwaukee, WI, USA
  • Leucea Alexandru

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    I can totally understand her feelings for this car. I felt the same when i bought my E36 which was my first car. There is something magical about these cars. I think driving a Bmw, especially a Motorsport model should be on every petrolhead's list. The sound of that inline six combined with the crisp handling puts a smile on your face, even on your worst day. It's pure joy. No wonder they call it "The Ultimate Driving Machine.

  • Ae Neuman

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    nice car.
    the sweet six sounds great.
    did us models get the close ratio getrag gearbox (with dogleg first) ?
    my fav e28s are the m5 and 535i - mechainically identical to the M535i minus the bodykit.

  • Randy Hartmann

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    Congrats Ashley, you and the E28 have now been immortalized for the car world to see! My E28 M5 has been with me since I bought it in 1989, brand new and had truly been the love of my life. I could have chosen any car to be my daily driver and after many, the E28 has stayed in my garaged this whole time. Of course I have converted it to Euro specs....just the way the engineers in Munich designed it to be. I just have to be careful where I park her! Parallel parking is not an option. The non- DOT bumpers don't like any type of impacts!

  • Burt Munro

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    Great story and I do so love the E28 M5s. But... what's really "rare" is an E12 M535. E28s? Rather easy to come by all things considered.

  • Love this video. I own one of the 20 or so E28 M535i's imported to the US. The car has been in the family since new, and I still drive it today. Its a wonderful car, I feel the same way that I feel lucky to own my obtainable dream car.

    from Portland, ME, USA