01 November 2012 12:00 | By Steve Walker
Bond cars on a budget

BMW 750iL



BMW 750iL (© BMW)
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This is a massive hunk of luxury saloon but you might be surprised how inexpensively they can be picked up on the used market. It can take as little as €6,200 (S$9,700) to get your name on the registration documents of one of these 5.4-litre V12 monsters.

That would be a car in reasonable condition too. Unlike the actual long-wheelbase 750iL which James Bond drove off the roof of a multi-storey car park by remote control in Tomorrow Never Dies. That 750iL ended its days protruding from the window of a car rental shop in the street below.

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