Not exactly what you're looking for but I have a nicely built M30B34 cylinder head by Korman Autowerks in NC. It's been in storage for about 15 years and has a new 533i camshaft (Motronic fitment), new rockers, and what look like new valves. Appears to have an OE style valve job and of course new guides and seals. Missing a few studs as shown, and the marks you see near the water passages between cyls 2 and 3 are adhesive from packing tape and not scoring in the head. $1,200 plus ship from PA, pickup ok. PM for more info.
While I can’t see the date on that head, I can see the size of the dimples and a hint of the intake port shape. My guess is it is a b35 Head.
Any chance you could post a pic of the date and the intake port?
Nice eye Don however B34s have the same injection bump. Ironically the clockstamp on this head happens to be a '89 which could make one think it is a B35 however the B35 port is considerably larger. Here's a shot of the same head with a B34 and a B35 gasket overlaid on the ports.
And here's a shot of a B34 head with a VIN tag identifying it as such, and the same B34 intake gasket on it.
Thanks, I was a bit surprised when I first saw it as well. Before the question comes up about the rockers being misaligned with the valve stems in the pic, I have a set of steel rockers and a Schrick 284/280° cam for this head and removed some of the rocker clips to take a few measurements. I just forgot to replace them before taking pics but they will be reinstalled. The head is all factory equipment as it sits.
Don, there are two different pics of two different heads. Yes, the VIN tag you transferred is from a 5/87 E28, but it has nothing to do with the Korman head. That head is sitting in my garage and was provided for B34 intake port reference only, after your comment that you believed the Korman head to be a B35 head. I wanted to show the difference between a B34 port and a B35 port, with an example of an actual B34 head.