The one you saw on ASO a while back was Gene Phillip's 732, based at ADS just north of Dallas. It is hangared across taxiway Uniform from Monarch at ADS, and is white with maroon and black trim.
The interior is exquisite, with lots of gold plating; it was originally configured for a very well-off Arab gent, and one of the features of its IFE system is a computerized device, slaved to the gyrocompass, which allows the screen to display ( in real-time) the direction to Mecca, so that prayers can be done properly.
It was put up for sale for a while when Mr. Phillips was under the influence of an ambitious prosecutor, being prosecuted on ludicrous fraud (IIRC) charges; acquitted on all counts, the plane was immediately withdrawn from the market.
It is good fun to watch that beautiful bird take off from ADS, a lot of plane for an airport of that size. A friend and neighbor of mine served as PIC on that plane for an extended jaunt to Europe a few years back, said it was nicely-equipped and maintained as well.
I have some pictures of it, from the original ASO ad; if anyone has hosting space, I'll be glad to email them to you to share the wealth.
...three miles from BRONS, clear for the ILS one five approach...