You know what they say, “you never know what the Bulgarian barn will reward.”
Oh, they don’t say that? Well, anyway, this warehouse in Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria was recently found to have secretly housed eleven BMW E34 5 Series since they were new in the early ’90s.
So maybe we should start saying that.
Autoclub reports that, as a result of a failed leasing deal, the 5 Series sedans (and one wagon) have been sitting in this warehouse since they were new in the early ’90s.
Mostly 520i and 525i models with manual transmissions, they show almost zero kilometres on the odometer.
Most of the cars have worn-out paint from sun damage, while one unfortunate model suffered a broken rear window. The interiors of them appear to be brand-new, however, which supports the claim these are untouched vehicles.
Although these vehicles have zero kilometres on them, that doesn’t mean they’re ready to drive off the showroom (or warehouse) floor. Rubber hoses and parts can become dry and rotten if not exercised properly, so to get any one of these cars to safe driving condition, you’d want to give it something between a tune-up and a total restoration.
The cars will be heading to auction in Bulgaria, with prices expected to start at 15,000 Euros (or $23,000) each.
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