Guess even the BMW SUVs have their fans even as they age or is this person trying to flip these SUVs for a profit?
I will probably be the only one here that immediately thinks of Mr. 5 x 5 (5 feet tall and 5 feet wide) Jimmy Rushing, the old blues shouter from the 1930s. Sorry, all I’ve got. Back to the BMWs.
Parts cars for the one not in shot,
If the X5 is as BAD as the X3, BMW could’ve done the world a favor and driven them all straight to the scrapyard off the assembly line, saving those who might’ve bought them a ton of hassle.
1985 Celebrity quality with a BMW price.
If the Celebrity is equipped with the Iron Duke and been sitting the same amount of time as the X5. My money’s on the Chevy to actually turn over and run.
Guy With 82 Celebrity as 1st Car 😉
My x3 has been robust and reliable, with minimal repairs. I’ve owned it from 75k. It has 184k on it. 6sp manual, blast to drive, and can tow a cord of firewood out of the forest. It’s a 2007.
Little known fact: This is the number of X5s you must have on hand in order to achieve a 95% statistical confidence that you’ll have a running vehicle in which to get to work 50% of the time.
My guess is they want a functioning car a majority of the time, and so are working to acquire a few more.
Four spares for the sole working X5 of the lot.
I have an 07 X3 with a manual that’s a blast to drive, and has been very reliable…so, there’s that. These are good vehicles of you get them young and maintain them as needed.
Apologies for the double comment…figuring this system out…as you can tell, I’m passionate about it! 😂
Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *
Notify me of follow-up comments by email.
Notify me of new posts by email.
This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.
Copyright 2011 - 2021 Curbside Classics. All Rights Reserved.