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1987-1989 BMW M5

The 1987-1989 BMW M5 are few in number and although the M5's replacement may be more collectible in the future the 1987-1989 BMW M5 is deemed valuable now. Learn more about this sporty car.

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  • 1987-1989 BMW M5

    1987-1989 BMW M5

    The 1987-1989 BMW M5 are few in number and although the M5's replacement may be more collectible in the future the 1987-1989 BMW M5 is deemed valuable now. Learn more about this sporty car. See more »

  • 1987-1990 BMW M3

    1987-1990 BMW M3

    Although its collectibility is questionable now the 1987-1990 BMW M3 -- which was designed for the racetrack -- may be more valuable in the future due to low production numbers. Learn more about the 1987-1990 BMW M3. See more »

  • 1987-1990 BMW Z1

    1987-1990 BMW Z1

    The 1987-1990 BMW Z1 was produced only for a European market. Although never certified for American sale it is certainly a collectible -- if you get it past Customs. Learn more about the 1987-1990 BMW Z1. See more »

  • 1988-1995 BMW 750iL

    1988-1995 BMW 750iL

    The 1988-1995 BMW 750iL is highly desirable new and will likely be a collectible in the future. The 750iL came with a powerful V-12 engine. It was launched in Europe a year before it debuted in America. Learn more about this classic car. See more »

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