iLle38st: 2001 BMW 740iL

This next car comes as a tip from Matt V who writes: Big, shockingly nice for the miles, and very cheap. Next owner is going to ruin this thing for sure. (Coincidentally, that is also Kelly Clarkson’s tinder profile). Anyway, I think Matt is on to something with his appreciation for the long wheelbase BMW E38 generation 7-series, because these cars are build to a higher standard. They ride as nice as any Bentley from the same era, but are as reliable as a Volkswagen. Not sure if that is a compliment or not. Find this 2001 BMW 740iL offered for $5000 in Mountain View, CA via craigslist.

From the seller:

2001 Bmw 740il
VIN: WBAGH83461DP27719
condition: excellent
cylinders: 8 cylinders
drive: rwd
fuel: gas
odometer: 220000
paint color: grey
title status: clean
transmission: automatic
Pleased to offer my beautiful 2001 BMW 740i l to a new owner, hopefully an enthusiast like myself. I purchased this car about 2 years ago, and it’s been a great car. You wouldn’t believe it had over 200,000 miles on it! Drives like new and looks amazing for its age.

2001 BMW 740iL (extended wheelbase for rear legroom)
Clean title
220,000 miles
Very rare (1 of 1500) Stratus Metallic paint. Changes with sunlight
Black leather interior
4.4L V8 5 Speed Automatic 286 Horsepower

Factory options:

M Parallel sport wheels

EDC Electronic Suspension Control

Shadowline trim

Navigation and 6 Disc Changer

Rain sensing windshield

Xenon HID lights

Power rear sunshade (and manual rear door shades)
-Power seats, locks, moonroof etc.

All Power options still work great!

Overall in amazing shape for the mileage and age. Has some small scratches and a couple of dings, otherwise all factory and original. Tires are Michelin pilot sports and were put on about 2 years ago. Still have over 90% left.

New cooling system, radiator and water pump all done within the last year. No leaks at all and just passed CA smog check

Link for over 100 high resolution photos:

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1JYiaBcVG3ZHXOpFqcrhIya-X-0M7dS1l

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