Power by BMW.
Bonhams auction at the BMW Museum...
If anyone is in the Munich area this Saturday (October 1st, 2011) you might want to stop by the BMW Museum!
Bonhams are returning to the BMW Museum. In October the renowned auction house will hold a single-marque auction, at which cars, motorcycles and memorabilia of the BMW brand will be offered exclusively. The items for sale include the Bertone-designed BMW 2800 CS “Spicup” from 1969, the original BMW 3.0 CSL “Batmobile”, which won the 24-hour Spa-Francorchamps race in 1976, and the BMW M1 Procar that was driven by Dieter Quester.
The head of the European car division at Bonhams, Philip Kantor, is looking forward to a successful event: “BMW has everything one expects from one of the best makes of car in the world – a long history of innovations and attractive products, racing successes and, of course, superb engines. “
Previously, in 2009, the BMW Museum acted as host when Bonhams auctioned the world’s largest private collection of BMW motorcycles, owned by Willy Neutken. On that occasion a BMW R 32 changed hands for the record price of close to 100,000 euros.
The auction starts at: 2 pm
Entrance fee: € 6