“Bares for Rares”
Guildo Horn is “happy” with the proceeds from the sale
As a celebrity guest, Guildo Horn sold a “moped” in a summer evening edition of “Bares for Rares”.
In a new evening edition of “Bares for Rares” on August 10th on ZDF there was a highlight for friends of two-wheelers. The moderator Horst Lichter (60) welcomed the pop singer Guildo Horn (59) at Drachenburg Castle in the Siebengebirge, who presented his “beautiful” Hercules KX-5.
With Sven Deutschmanek (46) the right expert was also ready. The trained car mechanic thought it was “great” what Horn had brought with him. Horn had bought the “little moped”, as Lichter called it, in 2015 and had driven it quite a lot. The 1989 Hercules KX-5, which has about 35,000 kilometers under its belt, was in good condition – only the speedometer cable was broken off.
“We’re not saying that at all,” joked Horn before the dealers looked at the good piece. The singer paid 700 euros at the time, but he wanted to earn at least 1,000 euros if possible, since the money is to go to the Heimatstern eV organization from Munich, which is committed to helping the homeless and refugees, among other things. “Imagine, the proceeds go to us! That’s why we’re particularly excited and very excited! Thank you, Guildo,” it said, among other things, before the show was broadcast already on the Instagram account from home star.
Another 200 euros on top of that
Accordingly, Horn was happy about Deutschmanek’s assessment. The expert assumed that the singer would get around 1,800 to 2,200 euros – and he was exactly right.
Some of the dealers present were very impressed, as were Deutschmanek and Horn. He then openly admitted the thing with the speedometer cable, which can be replaced for little money. While Wolfgang Pauritsch (50) opened the round with 500 euros, Susanne Steiger (39) and Dr. However, Elisabeth Nüdling (42) out. Pauritsch, Christian Vechtel (47), Daniel Meyer (49) and Julian Schmitz-Avila (35) bid each other high.
It quickly went up to 1,300 euros. After further banter, Schmitz-Avila ended up with 2,000 euros and the singer hit it. The retailer gave it another 200 euros for a good cause. “I’m happy,” summarized Horn.