In a one-of-a-kind auction, two iconic South African cars with a combined estimated value of R1.5 million will be sold off at the end of the month. The BMW 333i and Alfa GTV have been held in a private collection for decades and have now been placed up for sale.
The BMW 333i is one of the most sought-after cars in South Africa, renowned for its powerful engine and sleek design. It was produced by BMW between 1983 and 1991, making it a highly collectible piece of automotive history. With its 3.2-litre M30 engine, it is capable of producing over 140kW of power and 230Nm of torque, making it a formidable force on the road.
The Alfa GTV was produced between 1974 and 1986, and has become a classic car amongst South African enthusiasts. It is powered by a 2.0-litre four-cylinder engine, capable of producing over 110kW of power and 175Nm of torque. With its distinctive styling and low-slung design, it has become a beloved icon of Mzansi.
Auction experts predict that the cars will be snapped up by collectors and investors alike, as they are two of the rarest vehicles in the country. The auction will take place on the 31st of May and bids can be placed online or in-person. It is expected to be a hotly contested affair, as the cars are expected to fetch prices in excess of R750,000 each.
This unique auction offers a chance for automotive enthusiasts to get their hands on two of the most iconic cars in South Africa. For those looking to add a piece of automotive history to their collection, this is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.