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Old 2nd December 2006, 07:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
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For Sale: BMW 750iL 5.4 Litre V12

Nice car.
Totally Mint.
80K Miles with more history than English Heritage
£9000 on the dot.
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BMW 750IL TipTronic 5.4-V12


5.4 Litre, V12 with Automatic Transmission. Auto or Manual Tiptronic selection – gearbox learns your driving style.
Dynamic Stability Control, Sport or Comfort suspension (electronic damping control), Front and rear parking distance sensors, Self Levelling Suspension, Traction Control, ABS. TV, TrafficMaster, Full 3-way Climate Control (Ice Cold), Heated Windscreen Wipers (rain sensing), Auto Headlamp Levelling system with washers, First Aid Kit.
Fully adjustable steering column, All seats have full independent adjustments and heating with memory functions. Inlaid wood trim,
Drivers and passengers airbags, Anti glare/auto dipping mirrors, Double Glazing all round, twin car-phones, Electric/self closing boot, Original toolkit. Climate control winter-pack (heats and demists car at set time without engine)
Adaptive Power Steering, Electric window blinds, Cruise Control, Multifunction Steering Wheel, Folding Auto-Dim Door Mirrors, Electric Sunroof. Factory Fitted Immobilizer/Alarm.
BMW Fitted 10 speaker Stereo/Cassette/6 Disc CD Player with Digital Sound Processor.
Rear passenger fold-down picnic tables with vanity mirror/lights
18 Inch BMW M-Tech Parallel Spoke Alloys – unmarked.
Every single electric function on this Limo works without fault – the only minor gripe is the TV flickers slightly sometimes, otherwise it is faultless.

This BMW is fully mileage checked, with HPI report, and has a massive portfolio of BMW history. The major inspection has just been completed at 78,000 miles and it is fully MOT’d.
Included in the portfolio is every receipt for the car’s life, including the original Sales Receipt for £80,000!
I am one to save all paperwork for the cars I own, but this car’s history pack is something else, a credit to its previous owner!
Naturally it has a fully stamped up BMW service history.

Updated: Just spent £1400 on new Discs and Pads and a few little other jobs - I put the car in at Snows BMW (01983 520555) and asked them for a full maintence report and had everything done on that report ready for sale - I don't hide things on my cars when I sell them and I had it all done with BMW.
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Hi Glen. Just emailed a link to a mate who might be interested. What year is it mate?

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Old 2nd December 2006, 08:11 PM   #3 (permalink)
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1996 mate

Thanks by the way.
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beautiful car mate..Any pics of the front view? I may be very interested as long as i get rid of my Audi S3 which is currently for sale..
Whats sort of mpg do you get? to a full tank?
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Thanks Shabs,
Here you go: (if you want anymore I have hundreds, PM your email address

MPG anywhere between 15 and 35 depending on sportmodes and right foot temptations, actually this thing flies - 0-60 in around 6 hehe







Its as sweet and as genuine a car as you will find - simply put I would not be selling it here if it were not, it would go in the autotrader for the plebs.
It is not advertised anywhere else, nor will it be.
Reason for sale, no reason really

The only pictures that are photoshopped are the obvious ones, other than the ones of the car by the trees on the green the pictures are as the car really looks.
Happy for any trial - inspection carried out for sale at Snows BMW Isle of Wight - call them by all means on 01983520555 and ask for Vicki, they know the car.

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Swap it for mine Glen... you know you want to...
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Glen, have you got a pic of the boot?
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Oh sorry James, I forgot about that - Ill go and take one now but it might be poor quality due to force 10 winds and someone turning to daylight off.
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Sorry for the quality:

Its huge:




Anything else you want pictures of, let me know
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Jesus! You could live in that boot!

How much is the council tax?
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Jesus! You could live in that boot!

How much is the council tax?
Highest bracket, had to kick some pikeys out of it last week - they'd parked 3 double-axle caravans in there!
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Hi GTRSTILL - where are you mate?

I like the look of your GTR. Hehe it was the one I photoshopped for you I remember now.

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Hi

One question, would a golf bag fit width ways at the back of the boot??

I'm sooooooo tempted by ur car, 9k and a 110 litre LPG tank in the boot so it's cheap to run (£3.5k for conversion).

I'm only worried about the cost of parts, £1400 for new brakes

Has it needed many parts for mot's etc? Can you change bulbs yourself (unlike the Mk4 Golf!!)

I can just see myself in this car, i absolutely love them
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One question, would a golf bag fit width ways at the back of the boot??
You could get your ****in buggy in there with them!!!
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Hi

One question, would a golf bag fit width ways at the back of the boot??

I'm sooooooo tempted by ur car, 9k and a 110 litre LPG tank in the boot so it's cheap to run (£3.5k for conversion).

I'm only worried about the cost of parts, £1400 for new brakes

Has it needed many parts for mot's etc? Can you change bulbs yourself (unlike the Mk4 Golf!!)

I can just see myself in this car, i absolutely love them


If we all worried about what might go wrong,none of us would have anything decent. You have just got to go for it and enjoy your time here
Bmws are very reliable and would cause you little or no major problems.

I love this car to and Im not a Bmw fan
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