In 1986 the House of Monaco launched a new generation of luxury 7 Series cars, distinguished by the E32 design code and in charge of replacing the now old BMW E23; with news and various electronic gadgets for the interior. The line is more streamlined and streamlined than that of the previous model, it was signed by Ercole Spada. With elegant interiors, well finished and complete with all accessories (including the dual-zone automatic climate control system) and automation (automatically operated rear headrests and various electrical servomechanisms). The E32 model was produced from 1986 to 1994.
The body is sold on wheels but without engine, gearbox and differential. Car of 1990 and stopped since 1995, and at the time had traveled a few kilometers. Electric front seats with memory Gas plant 5 original BMW style BBS wheels Bodywork with dents and scratches Without documents, it is sold with an invoice.