M-Net's The Wild goes under the hammer

2013-03-05 14:42
Cape Town – All the sets and backstage equipment of M-Net's failed soap The Wild are being auctioned off this Saturday.

The sale of items will likely bring in funds to recoup some of the millions M-Net had spent on the drama – which will be broadcasting its final episodes at the end of March.

Furniture, appliances, sets, catering equipment and vehicles from The Wild will go under the hammer on Saturday, 9 March in Midrand, Johannesburg at 10:30.

Vehicles on sale

Fans will be able to bid on a wide array of items used in the production of the soap – behind-the-scenes equipment as well as props and vehicles which were seen on the wildlife-set show such as furniture, artwork adorning the walls and even some accessories.

Aucor Movables will have a viewing before Saturday's auction on Friday, 8 March, from 09:00 - 16:00.

Vehicles such as a Defender, Range Rover, BMW X5, BMW X6, BMW 750, bakkies, runabouts and even a mini-van which was on set are up for grabs.

Anyone interested in bidding on The Wild memorabilia can call 011-237 4444.

Update: M-Net has said the vehicles mentioned above are actually not part of The Wild production. Although the vehicles will be auctioned off at the same auction on Saturday, they are part of a supplemental auction.

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