2000 BMW M5 Dinan S1 in Silverstone

This car is 1 of 293 ever to be sold in Silverstone Metallic, and 1 of 142 offered with full black leather from the factory. What makes this car stand out is the sport leather stitched dash in signature M tricolor fashion as well as rear folding seats. The majority of E39’s had a metal panel behind the rear seats for sound deadening but this car does not have that. To say that this is a one of a kind E39 M5 would be an understatement. The Dinan upgrades coupled with the other enhancements truly make this car stand out. The front plate bracket is fully removable if you live in a state that doesn’t require a front plate.

This is Dinan Serial Number S10527. This car is eligible to wear the Dinan badge as it has met the “10 or more points” criteria with Dinan performance products. The previous owner did not affix the badge, nor was it included in the sale. Dinan will provide one free of charge if you provide them with VIN, serial number, and proof of ownership. I never really felt the urge to get the badge, but would be willing to do so for the future owner.

The Dinan components on this car are as follows:

– DinanTronics Stage 2 Engine Software (Stage 1): 3 points

– Shockware Transmission Software: 1 point

– Dinan Short Shift Kit: 1 point

– Dinan high performance bushing kit: 1 point

Additionally, there are some non-Dinan upgrades I have done on the car as well which include:

– aFe Power Magnum Force Stage-2 Pro 5R Cold Air Intake System

– Eisenmann Sport Mufflers (retained OEM resonator and catalytic converters)

– Supersprint Tubolare Performance Headers

– AC Schnitzer Rear Sway Bar

Maintenance wise, within the past 300 miles I have had the following performed with OEM components via BMW of Morristown and Broadway Performance in Clifton, NJ:

– Front sway bar end links

– Rear sway bar end links

– Front curved control arms

– Outer tie rod ends

– Front straight control arms

– Camshaft position sensors x2 (both banks)

– Throttle position sensors x2 (both banks)

– OEM throttle actuator

– Rear integral links

– Rear ball joints

– Rear CV boots

– Rear axle assembly (exchange output shaft and collar nut)

– Idler arm

– Vanos rebuild, sensors, and seals

– OEM thermostat, with 100% fresh BMW factory coolant

– OEM clutch, pressure plate, and release bearing

– 4 Riken Raptor ZR performance street tires (275/35-18, 245/40-18)

– 4 wheel high speed computer Hunter alignment

– Stoptech pads and slotted Stoptech rotors

– Crankcase vent valves

– Full Synthetic 10w60 LiquiMoly oil and Mahle filter

– NGK Iridium spark plugs (x8)

– 2x OEM Cabin air filters

– Power steering flush

– Brake fluid flush

– OEM Hella angel eye headlights (retained factory D2S Xenon ballasts)

– DEPO 2001-2003 Euro tail lights

– OEM Bosch windshield wipers

– Brand new OEM E39 M5 floor mats with heavy duty heel pad

– OEM 16.9 Navigation

– OEM MKIII radio system with updated firmware

– OEM 2001-2003 Instrument cluster replaced by BMW (no dead pixels)

– OEM 2001-2003 M5 steering wheel (all buttons functional)

– ECS Tuning carbon fiber flat rear diffuser

– ECS Tuning matte black kidney grills to match the bumper trim

I have a binder full of receipts and service invoices handed from the previous owners from the birth of the car which add up to a total of $35,156.97 from the first oil change up until the last service performed during my ownership of the vehicle.

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