Gateway Classic Cars of Orlando is proud to present this eye
catching 1995 BMW 740IL. In the world of full size executive luxury
sedans nothing has the understated style and panache like the E38 7
series. Debuting for 1995 the E38 7 series featured many
innovations such as traction control and fully integrated
communications systems. This 1995 example looks quite handsome with
it's green paint draped over its chiseled body lines. Take a walk
around the vehicle and you'll notice nice details like it's subtle
chrome trim and honeycomb style wheels. Take a seat inside and
you're greeted by a very well appointed cabin. The seats are lined
in a tan leather and you'll find wood trim throughout. Nice luxury
features include an electronically adjusted steering wheel, memory
power seats and a built in car phone for when you absolutely must
reach your stockbroker in the moment! Under the hood is a 4.0 Liter
V8 and is paired with a 5 speed automatic transmission. Factory
rated at 282 horsepower and even more torque imagine how this car
can get up and go! If you're looking for a sharp example of a
german classic, this is the one you want to own! Options include
air conditioning, AM/FM radio, power brakes, power steering,
leather interior, heated seats, power sunroof, power windows,
tilt/telescopic wheel, traction control and alloy wheels wrapped in
1995 BMW 7 Series
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