11 brand new BMW 5 Series (E34) 1994 found in stockJanuary 3, 2019
In the south-west of Bulgaria, in the city of Blagoevgrad, cars are stored in an abandoned warehouse, completely without run and with film on the seats. In total, 10 sedans and one wagon were found.
The BMW 5 Series (E34) is a legend of the 90s, which is still in demand. But what about fans of the company would like to buy it now new. And now such an opportunity will appear – a warehouse with 11 new BMW 5 Series (E34) was discovered in Bulgaria. Cars were stored for 25 years in the original film with zero mileage. Most of them are 520, and there are also a couple of more powerful 525.
Sources claim that the cars were purchased for a car rental company. For unknown reasons, they never got to register. In the photos you can see German cars in their current state. Some cars have dents and scratches on the body, but this is probably the result of their poor preservation.
According to rumors, all cars will be sold at auction soon, but there are no details yet. Experts suggest that the initial price tag will start with a mark of 15,000 euros.
It is noteworthy that these cars can not be registered in Europe. Since the law does not allow them to register because of the new environmental standards. The only chance is to take them to Germany and get a special registration of a retro car.
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