The E32 750iL is a bucket list sort of car. You know you probably shouldn’t buy one. But life is short and soon you will be dead. So why not? Everyone should own a V12 at least once in their lives. This may be one of the most affordable ways to do so, at least in terms of initial outlay. The E32’s design has aged well, and still commands an imposing presence when seen on the road today (an admittedly infrequent occurrence, since many now reside in junk yards). Taut, handsome, brutish and much more modern in appearance than the W126 S-class, the flagship was the 750. Available only in long-wheelbase iL form in the US, it was powered by the 5.0 liter V12 M70 motor also to be found in the 850i, good for about 300 hp. The engine itself is fairly stout. It’s the electrical components and control modules that will kill these cars. When they fail, they are absurdly expensive to replace. For that reason you can buy these cars very cheaply.
CLICK FOR DETAILS: 1990 BMW 750iL on Greenville Craigslist
Alright yall posting up a beautiful bmw e32
1990 750li v12 engine with an automatic transmission.
Gorgeous black exterior with cream colored leather interior.
This car comes loaded with options!!!
powered seats front and rear (the rear seats are powered!!), heated and cooled front seats, power windows and locks, sunroof, dual climate control, cruise control, keyless entry, factory alarm, seat memory, premium sound system, cd changer, factory phone, radar, etc.. to many options to list!!
I cant stress enough what kind of excellent condition this car is in especially for a 1990!
Comes with excellent tires, has the original spare tire as well!
Its a 2 owner vehicle!! Southern car all its life, from Georgia!
Clean and clear title in hand!!
I’m only asking $3800 for this car!! Don’t miss your chance to own a nice piece of history!!
For more info you may contact me at 864-316-04-Nine-Four
This particular car presents very nicely and is said by the seller to be in “excellent” condition. Photos show a clean and straight black exterior with moderate swirling on the paint. It may buff out, or it may not. It would not be unreasonable to expects some clearcoat failure by now, since BMW paints of the era don’t tend to hold up too well over time. The tan seats look nice and no rips or tears are apparent.
No flaws are noted in the ad copy, so potential buyers would want to check that all the power accessories listed work as they should. Miles are relatively modest (132k) and the engine looks as though it is still covered with cosmoline – a yellow colored rust inhibitor applied at the factory.
The asking price of $3,800 is very low. Buyers who go in with their eyes open could come away with a lot of car for not a lot of money.