Abandoned BMW E32 7 Series Spotted in China

BMW E32 750iL in China 6 photos
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Lately, China surprised us with some of the most non-conventional BMWs we've ever seen, like the mint-green M3, pink Z4 and Jesus-wearing 5er. Unfortunately, today we're looking at an abandoned 7 Series.
Found in an extremely far away suburb of East Beijing, the E32 750iL is in a very bad shape. The suspension seems to be faulty, the tires are flat, the paint is rapidly fading away and even the chrome parts are not shining any more.

The interior looks awful too. The leather upholstery started to wear off, the center arm-rest is completely gone and the wood trims are in a terrible shape. However, the plastic pieces seem to be intact which is good news, in case anyone wants to buy this BMW classic and restore it one day.

Built between 1986 and 1994, the E32 was never officially imported in China. The 750iL was the  stretched, top-of-the-line version with a lot of additional luxury items like full leather, dual radio controls, dual climate control with coolbox mounted in the center console, electrically heated and adjustable rear seats.

The engine was a 5-liter M70 V12 with 300 HP and 332 lb-ft (450 Nm) of torque, turning the E32 into the first V12 production car BMW ever made. This truly is a piece of BMW history and hopefully, a passionate Bimmer-head from China will consider investing some time and money in salvaging it.

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