Anglia Car Auctions will offer a unique unregistered 1991 BMW 750, with a frugal 3,513 miles recorded on its digital speedometer (£9,500 – 12,000) Saturday 14th April.
The German engineered E32 was manufactured in 1991, but remained inactive and stored for many years, hence the low mileage reflected.
Excellence personified, the luxurious E32 is the second generation of the now legendary 7 series and will go under the hammer on Saturday 14th April.
The 5 litre German powerhouse comes well equipped with the M70 V12, which was the first of the BMW family ever to do so.
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Internal specification arrives in the form of sumptuous white leather seats and larger head restraints.
BMW 750 External Features
External features of the E32 are the now easily recognisable L-shape rear light clusters, added to increase safety levels.
BMW anoraks will also notice the usual fat ‘kidney’ grille, indicating the power unit nestled underneath the reverse bonnet assembly. 6-cylinder versions had the narrow grille, whilst the larger grille was standard for the V8 and V12 models.
Other vehicles of notable interest in this classic sale include a 1936 Alvis Speed 20 saloon by Charlesworth Estimate: £25,000 – 35,000, 2002 Aston Martin DB7 Estimate: £30,000 – 35,000 and a gorgeous 1928 Austin Seven Gordon England Cup Model Estimate: £13,000 – 16,000.
Viewing is on Friday 13th April, 2pm to 6pm. Admission is £5 with catalogue which you can use to gain entry on Saturday.
On the day of the sale, the gates open at 10am and the sale starts 12 midday sharp. Admission is £5.
Full details and bidding options are available here.
Images courtesy of Anglia Car Auctions