Boy oh boy, you have to sell a lot of grills to afford a car like this.
The 7 Series cars have never been my bag, too big and too soft for my liking. But, after driving a ’10 750Li X Drive this week I am starting to appreciate them more. It may be that I am getting older with my creaking bones appreciating the plush ride the 7 Series provides. While that may be I am certain I would run into something, or worse yet someone while I fuss with the plethora of gadgets laid out in the most un-ergonomic of ways.
Here we have the biggest of the lot driven by the big man himself for a scant 12k miles.
From the seller -
“Your looking at a vehicle previously owned by the professional boxer George Foreman. This 2005 BMW 760Li is extremely clean inside and out and was rarely driven and always kept in an air conditioned warehouse. On a scale from 1-10 I give this bad boy a 9.8!! Not only does it look great it’s loaded out with Navigation, Rear-Entertainment, Comfort Access, heated & cooled seats, Park distance control, Soft-Close doors, 19 wheels, heated steering wheel and a ton of more upgrades.”
Great looking car, if you are looking for a newer 7 Series but don’t want to fork over $100k for a new one this could be a nice option. I prefer the 12cyl car to the twin turbo charged 8cyl cars but you really can’t go wrong with either.
The previous ownership does not really do much for the value for this BMW, unless you are a boxing buff. In which case I have a used ’85 Eldorado that was once owned by Buster Douglas that I can sell you.
With that the $42k buy it now is ambitious, but I have to think a price in the $37k range would be more than fair. Currently bidding is up to $25.6k with four days left in the auction.