GENERAL   EQUIPMENT   INC.                    

 

8724 Sunset Drive #191Miami FL 33173 USA                                  

                                                  
Email:
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BMW7B7

 

 

TYPE:

Armored Vehicle

DESCRIPTION:

Armored B7 BMW Serie 7

PRICE:

Upon Request

PACKING:

Ex-Works

 

 

armored b7 bmw serie 7

 

 

  

 

 

 

CHASSIS:             BMW 7 Series

 

  • Standard Engine:           6.0L 438 HP V12

     

  • Transmission:                6-Speed Automatic Overdrive

 

  • Sunroof                            NON FUNCTIONAL

 

  • Air Conditioning           Standard

 

  • Power Windows           Standard

 

  • Power Door Locks       Standard

 

  • Leather Seats                Standard

 

  • Power Seats                  Standard

 

  • Max. Seating                  Five (5)

 

  • Number of Doors         Four (4)

 

  • CD Player                      Standard

 

  • Airbags                          Driver Passenger Side

 

  • ABS Brakes                 Standard

 

  • Traction Control         Standard

 

  • Stability Control         Standard

 

BASE ARMORED EQUIPMENT TO PROTECT AGAINST THE FOLLOWING:

           

  • All four (4) doors armored to B7 a combination of Hexoloy SA Silicon Carbide Tiles and ballistic steel in non transparent areas

 

            B7 - 7.62 x 51 NATO (.308 Winchester)

 

  • Front and Rear Windshield are armored to B7 using 45 mm to 56 mm transparent armor

 

B7 - 7.62 x 51 NATO (.308 Winchester)

 

  • Transparent armor for all four (4) doors are armored B7 using 45 mm to 56 mm transparent armor

 

B7 - 7.62 x 51 NATO (.308 Winchester)

 

  • Oblique, Front and Rear of vehicle armored to B7 a combination of Hexoloy SA Silicon Carbide Tiles and ballistic steel in non transparent areas

 

B7 - 7.62 x 51 NATO (.308 Winchester)

 

  • Entire roof area will be armored B7 a combination of Hexoloy SA Silicon Carbide Tiles and ballistic steel in non transparent areas

 

  • Floor armored using 3 mm ballistics steel with 3 mm Mild Steel that acts as an absorbent for blast. 

 

The hard steel is brittle therefore can shatter injuring the occupants inside the vehicle if a blast occurs therefore we recommend 3 mm Mild Steel on top as a second layer included.

 

  • All pillar posts, side panels, kick-panels, firewall, and headers, cargo area, rear wheel arches, rear cargo doors will all be armored B7 a combination of Hexoloy SA Silicon Carbide Tiles and ballistic steel in non transparent areas

 

B7 - 7.62 x 51 NATO (.308 Winchester)

  • Overlap System around each window will be used throughout the vehicle to ensure complete protection armored to B7 a combination of Hexoloy SA Silicon Carbide Tiles and ballistic steel in non transparent areas

 

B7 - 7.62 x 51 NATO (.308 Winchester)

 

  • Battery and computer armored using 12.7 mm ballistics steel

 

  • Run-Flats installed in all tires with 1 spare

 

  • Fuel Tank  armored using 12.7 mm ballistics steel

 

  • Suspension upgraded to compensate for additional weight with aftermarket upgrades if needed

 

  • Operational power hydraulic window in driver seat 10 to 12

 

  • Exhaust tail pipe will be protected with hard wire mesh and not inhabiting the flow of the exhaust

 

  • Locking Fuel cap included on all vehicles

 

 

 

 

 

Specification and photos are not contractual and are subject to verification upon inspection

 

 

 

 

TAKE NOTICE!

 

PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT INFORMATION INCLUDED IS CONFIDENTIAL IN NATURE AND IS BASED ON PREXISTING BUSINESS RELATIONSHIP WITH THE LEGAL OWNER OF PROPERTY DESCRIBED HEREIN (IF APPLICABLE). AS SUCH, UPON RECEIPT OF SAID INFORMATION THE RECEIVER AKNOWLEDGES THAT ANY UNAUTHORIZED CONTACT WITH SAID LEGAL SELLER WILL BE CHARACTERIZED AS A BREACH OF CONFIDENTIALITY AND SAID AGREEMENT MAY BE ENFORCED UNDER EXISTING LAW OR IN EQUITY.

 

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