The BMW 7 Series is a large luxury saloon which has been produced by BMW since 1977. It is the successor to the BMW E3 "New Six" saloon and is currently in its sixth generation. The 7 Series is BMW's flagship car and is only available as a saloon or long wheel base limousine. It traditionally introduces technologies and exterior design themes before they trickle down to other models in BMW's range. The first generation 7 Series was powered by straight 6 petrol engines, and following generations have been powered by straight 6, V8 and V12 engines with both natural aspiration and turbocharging. Since 1995, diesel engines have been included in the 7 Series range.
This example is a 1992 BMW 750i L V12 pre-facelift in Laser Pearl Blue Metallic with grey leather seats, and has only covered 112,000 miles. The vehicle is said to look stunning with the exterior paintwork in very nice condition. Being the luxury model, this vehicle has a quality leather interior, heated and electric front and rear seats, electric rear sun-blinds, electric sunroof, electric double glazed side windows, and cruise control.
The car has been well looked after and was kept in heated storage with the previous owner for many years. It comes with a substantial service history in the original service book with 18 stamps, 13 of which are BMW main dealer. It also has the original hand book pack. Recent re-commissioning has carried out, to include a new service, new MoT, two new batteries, 4 and new tyres. It has been completely cleaned and detailed inside and out.
The V12 engine sounds tremendous and is super smooth. Under the bonnet is very nice indeed, as is the rear boot area with the spare wheel well virtually unmarked. The interior is said to be in very nice condition, with the extra luxury leather, deep luxurious carpets, very nice headlining, and rear parcel shelf.
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