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BMW 740Li Makes A Classy 120-inch Stretch

Posted on March 3, 2014

This week’s LimoForSale.com Editor’s Pick of the Week is a rare 120-inch stretch BMW 740Li. The vehicle was converted in October of last year, and features brand new premium brakes, suspension, custom wheels, and heated seats.

The cabin has a wet bar with ice chests, as well as fiber optic lighting with strobe lights and a fog machine. Tech amenities include WiFi, an upgraded Alpine sound system, four flat-screen TVs, CD/DVD player, and factory sunroof.

Located in the city of Orange, Calif., and priced at $85,000, this vehicle has 53,000 miles and a customer capacity of eight. The sleek, single window appearance makes for an impressive-looking ride with lots of curb appeal, and the chauffeur has a back-up camera to help navigate parking.

Vehicle Details:

Make/Model                                        BMW 740 Li, 120-inch Stretch

Year                                                       2011

Miles                                                     53,000

Price                                                      $85,000

Customer Capacity                            8

Location                                               Orange, Calif.

For more information about this listing, go to www.LimoForSale.com.


Related Topics: BMW 7 series, custom stretches, Limoforsale.com, unique vehicles, used vehicles

Comments ( 1 )
  • Matt

     | about 6 years ago

    I don't believe I've ever seen an elegant stretched vehicle. A stretched vehicle screams nothing more than Bachelor/Bachelorette/Prom/Quinceanera.

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