A body shop in Bulgaria has posted some incredible pictures on its Facebook page showing 11 essentially never-before-driven 1994 BMW 5 Series (E34s) just sitting there alone.Posted by Bozhurishte, Bulgaria-based body shop, the images and video below show an old factory in Blagoevgrad filled with historic black and red Bavarian sheet metal with pristine, still plastic-wrapped, interiors.It was learnt that the owners of the BMW 520is and 525is do not want people talking about them.David Tracy of an online medium, Jalopnik, who spoke with the shop representative, wrote: They (the owners) bought more than 300 cars from a bankrupted Spanish dealer and they thought that they could (get) good business with (the cars). But in 1995, the VAT (Value Added Tax) appeared in Bulgaria and some other changes were made by the government and it became hard to sell these expensive cars. Yes, they even thought of making a (rental) car business, to sell part of them to the government.The rust repair shop suspects that the cars were at a Bulgarian BMW dealership outside for a few years prior to being moved, and while the person doesnt know how long the cars have been wrapped up in the factory, they guess its more than 15 years.A number of people on the Facebook comments seem keen on getting their hands on these basically-undriven 5 Series sedans (and one wagon), and have apparently even sent the workshop offers. But according to the spokesperson, its up to the owners to decide how to proceed, going on to say that there will likely be an auction at some point.As for when or where that auction will be held, or how much the carswhich have a few exterior blemishes, but appear in excellent shape inside and underneathwill fetch, we just dont know. A Bulgarian website Autoclub said the expected price will be 15,000 euro per car. When asked about this, the Bulgarian auto body shop simply responded with a thumbs up, apparently confirming the figure. Click here to read full news..