When new, the 322-horsepower V-12-powered 1997 BMW 750 iL cost $95,570 with destination charge and gas guzzler tax. In "Tomorrow Never Dies," the 750 iL was piloted by Bond via cellphone in the backseat, and the car wore rockets, machine guns and deployable metal spikes. What's that app called again? There's only one 1997 BMW 750 iL in Cars.com's national inventory, priced at $7,499. Kelly Blue Book estimates the retail value of a 1997 750 iL at $6,454 with an average 155,000 miles.