Terence Hill, his iconic buggy and Budapest in a beautiful video
Posted by Mia Balogh · Feb 5, 2019

You can still place a bid on the iconic vehicle, the money will be offered for a Hungarian hospital.

If you are a huge fan of the Bud Spencer-Terence Hill movies, we are sure that you remember their comedy Watch Out, We’re Mad from 1974 and of course the song ‘I feel like a king in my buggy’. Unforgettable, right? ;) Just like the little red dune buggy from the production.

Well, it’s true that it was shattered in the movie but it was fully rebuilt recently – only to be auctioned and the money from it to be offered to the Heim Pál Children’s Hospital in Budapest to buy some new equipment.

In this video, you can see the car, and Terence Hill to turn heads in Budapest with it:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=90&v=qDZAXKI2LGw

The legendary little buggy’s keys will be handed over by Terence Hill himself, personally on 16 February in Budapest – the well-known actor will return to Budapest to meet the winner of the auction personally - and also to be the guest star at a Guido and Maurizio De Angelis concert in our capital city. Under the name of their band, Oliver Onions, the De Angelis brothers wrote the score for most Bud Spencer-Terence Hill films, including Watch Out, We’re Mad.

The bid stands now on 44.000 EUR but it is still possible to place a higher bid. So if you feel like a king in your buggy, don’t hesitate to do so. ;)

https://en.buggyauction.com/

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