BMW 735IL RARE FIND !
This car is in the online auction on www.jenden.eu
Price is the estimated yield.
Deze auto is in de online veiling op www.jenden.eu
Prijs is de geschatte opbrengst.
The BMW E32 is a car produced by BMW. The car was presented by BMW in 1986 as the successor to the E23.
The new 7 series was launched in Germany in mid-1986. When the 12-cylinder version of this car followed in 1987, many motoring journalists were so impressed that they spontaneously called the car “best passenger car in the world”, which of course mainly compares the comparison with that other large German limousine, namely the S-class van. Mercedes was pulled. In 1987 it was possible to choose from a normal or extended body style with the choice of two 6-cylinder models or a 12-cylinder. The 730i and 735i delivered 188 and 211 hp respectively. Both 6-cylinder variants were a further development of the M30 used since the 1970s.
It was manufactured in 1988 and sold as a 1989 model. It is currently located in the Charente region of France. When it was sold to its first owner, Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulla Al Khalifa of the Bahraini Royal Family, it was the flagship as there was no 740 or 750 at the time. It is a Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) specification car almost all of which were automatic cars.
This car is very rare as it is a GCC specification manual transmission.
The second owner bought the car in 1996, shipped it to France in 1997 and it is still in his possession. The car is in excellent condition and is always parked indoors when parked at home