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2001 BMW 740i Sport with 8k miles

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Even though it was a large car for its day and offered supreme levels of luxury, the BMW E38 7 series stayed true to its roots of “The Ultimate Driving Machine.” You could instantly recognize that this car was derived from sport sedans of yore, with it’s double kidney grille and four headlamp profile. In markets outside the US, this was to be the last 7 series available with a manual gearbox. In addition, BMW offered a Sport Package on the E38, as we see here with what is possibly one of the lowest mileage examples left in existence.

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Year: 2001
Model: 740i Sport
Engine: 4.4 liter V8
Transmission: 5-speed automatic
Mileage: 8,091 mi
Price: $30,000

4.4 Litre, perf. axle and torq converter, steptronic 5 spd. adaptive A/T, Michelin speed rated 18″ tires (255/45 ZR18 rear and 235/50 ZR18 front), 18″ M Parallel Al. Alloy Whls., perf. lowered suspension, Cold Wx Pkg, phone, navigation, htd front and rear seats, moon rf, DSC, and DBC, Xenon low beams, 14 speaker Harmon Kardon Stereo, all new hoses belts, wipers, all mx perf on sched. (oil, radiator, brake sys etc…), tilt M Sport strg. whl., auto climate, soft close trunk, 6 CD changer. Absolutely NO dealers or brokers.

Price: $30,000 firm


One beef I have with this ad is the picture quality. A 7 series of this quality really needs better, less grainy photography to show off how unmolested it is. The asking price for this car is uncharted territory for the E38. It would certainly be hard to find another with mileage like this, but I would rather seek one out that had a little bit more use, so I wouldn’t feel guilty about that first scratch.


One Comment

  1. Bryan
    Bryan May 17, 2015

    I wonder if the spare tire well has blue overspray on it from the factory?

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