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Old 02-20-2001, 04:54 AM
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Let's not get carried away with the depreciation cycle on that 600SEL. Check out the pricing report on a 93 750il BMW....original retail around 90k, it now will RETAIL in PERFECT condition for around 18 grand. What other 1993 car can still retail for close to 50 grand? Not too many. Compared to most cars, the S-class benz has held up against depreciation VERY well. Consider my friend who bought a Yukon Denali last year for 32k with 7k miles on it. That same model is going for 26 this year and I've seen 1999 Escalades going for 30k, with their original sticker prices being over 40k. Please do not bash my beloved 140!!

1993 BMW 7 Series 750iL Sedan 4D

Engine: V12 5.0 Liter
Trans: Automatic
Drive: Rear Wheel Drive
Mileage: 90,000

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Air Conditioning
Power Steering
Power Windows
Power Door Locks
Telescoping Wheel
Cruise Control
AM/FM Stereo
Compact Disc
CD Changer/Stacker
Integrated Phone
Dual Air Bags
ABS (4-Wheel)
Dual Power Seats
Sliding Sun Roof
Alloy Wheels

Retail Value $18,880
Suggested retail represents the price a dealership might ask for this make and model vehicle. This represents a fully reconditioned vehicle in excellent condition with a clean title history. This retail price is not a trade-in or private-party value, but rather assumes that a dealer has absorbed the cost of making the vehicle ready for sale, reconditioning, advertising, sales commissions, arranging for financing and insurance and standing behind the vehicle for any mechanical or safety problems. Many late model vehicles at this price have passed an inspection program or carry a warranty. Actual dealer selling price may vary from this price.

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