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Old 12-11-2016, 04:48 AM
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Originally Posted by semcoinc View Post
Dannyzabolotny,

That is cosmetically outstanding for that mileage. Especially the driver's seat. A testament to the quality of BMW materials and the prior owner's in/out cycles and possibly very long trips which minimizes in/out cycles on the seating. Could also have been a petite female driver or modest weight male which IMHO plays heavily on seating wear.

Some running gear/suspension components may need changing at that mileage but nothing a person with your skills wouldn't be able to handle.

When you're done, you'll have a great performing ride at very low total cost.

Mike
Yeah, the previous owners definitely took good care of it. I got plenty of service records with the car as well, indicating that quite a few suspension components have already been replaced, along with most of the cooling system. There are tons of dealer records on the Carfax as well, since this X5 was serviced at BMW dealers until 2011 and then at an independent shop (which is where I bought this X5 from). After I do the chain guides the engine should be bulletproof for the next 100,000 miles at least.
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