Carl’s Jr. used sexy models to sell burgers for years.

But will barely dressed ladies help sell off some prime Los Angeles real estate?

Former movie producer-turned-real estate developer Nile Niami certainly hope so. The Hollywood mogul is now selling his famed Beverly Hills estate, Opus.

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The home is a whopping 20,500 square feet and features seven bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, two pools, numerous water features, a champagne vault (which has a special section that holds up to 170 bottles of Cristal), a home theater and even a beauty salon.

OPUS | Green Band from Drew Fenton on Vimeo.

All of these over-the-top amenities are featured in a new sales video for the property, that, according to TMZ, Niami himself had a hand in creating.

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In the video, barely dressed gilded ladies parade around the house, showing off its numerous features.

The women in the video obviously aren’t for sale but the property does come with two luxury cars in the 10-car museum-garage-- a gold Lamborghini Aventador and a Rolls-Royce Dawn.

Opus is listed at $100 million. Listing agent Drew Fenton of Hilton & Hyland also oversaw the $100 million sale of the Playboy Mansion last summer.