A la venta https://bringatrailer.com/listing/2001-bmw-740i-27/ Supercharged S62-Powered 2001 BMW 740i 6-Speed BaT Essentials Lot #16327 Seller: RVAE34 Location: Chesterfield, Virginia 23838 Chassis: WBAGG83431DN84182 53,550 Chassis Miles Rebuilt 4.9L S62 V8 E39 M5 6-Speed Manual Transmission ESS Supercharger Fuel & Exhaust Modifications Upgraded Suspension/Brakes Alpine White/Custom Caramel Interior Recent Records Clean Carfax Report Private Party or Dealer: Private Party This 2001 BMW 740i started out as standard-wheelbase Sport model in Alpine White and was purchased by the seller from its original owner in October 2016. The car has since been fitted with a rebuilt 4.9L S62 V8 and a 6-speed manual transmission from an E39 M5 as well as an ESS supercharger, Brembo big brake kit, modified suspension, custom caramel leather interior, and more. This modified E38 was featured in the January 2019 issue of Performance BMW and is now offered with over 240 pictures, a clean Carfax report, records since the seller’s purchase, and a clean Virginia title in the seller’s name. The condition of the Alpine White paintwork is shown up close in the gallery below, and the Carfax report is free of accidents or other damage. XPEL paint protection film is affixed to the front end, mirrors, door bottoms, and underside of the rear bumper. Noted flaws include a rust spot in the fuel door and scratches on the bottom of the rear bumper as well as chips on the front fender, right front door, and side window trim. New trim components include gloss-black kidney grilles and clear corner lenses. A replacement passenger headlight lens is included in the sale, and a new OEM windshield and surrounding trim were just installed. Stock 18″ M-Parallel wheels were recently mounted with new Michelin Pilot Sport A/S 3 tires. Suspension updates consist of Bilstein B6 HD struts and shocks, H&R springs, a modified 750i rear subframe, 750i rear axles, UUC front/rear sway bars, monoball front control arms, new rear control arms, and new sway bar end links. A Brembo GT big brake kit with new rotors, pads, and stainless steel lines is equipped up front, while rear braking is provided by 750i calipers with new rotors and pads. The seller had Fibrenew in Raleigh, North Carolina dye the tan leather sport seats in a caramel color. The car is equipped with manual sun shades for the rear doors and a powered shade for the rear window. Modifications include a modern BMW navigation system with functional iDrive, a 750i lower dashboard and center console, black carpeting, a suede headliner, E39 M5 leather sun visors, E53 X5 grab handles, BSW speakers, and more. The passenger-side sunroof lift mechanism is inoperable according to the seller. A steering wheel and modified instrument cluster from an E39 M5 have also been fitted, with the former featuring a functional sport button to control response of the throttle and Servotronic steering and the latter including white LED lighting. The digital odometer was reportedly modified to match the car’s 53,550 chassis miles. Approximately 16k miles have been added by the seller. The 4.9L S62 V8 was sourced from an E39 M5, rebuilt, and fitted with an ESS supercharger, 92mm pulley, larger injectors, and an M5 ECU coded with the E38 VIN. Engine build photos are displayed in the gallery, and additional highlights include the following: M5 exhaust manifolds and catalytic converters mated to stock 740i post-cat exhaust system New M5 engine mounts Powder coated valve covers and intake plenum RK billet throttle plates New coolant reservoir Rebuilt driveshaft with replacement center support bearing and giubo M5 differential with Thayer Motorsports 4-clutch upgrade New camshaft position, O2 sensors, and ABS sensors The E39 M5 6-speed manual gearbox was installed with a new flywheel and LUK clutch, a UUC dual-shear selector rod, an EVO short shifter, and a ZHP weighted shift knob. Engine and supercharger oil changes were recently completed. The seller has provided additional underside pictures in the gallery below.