Hartge is a small manufacturer in Germany that specializes in modifying BMWs. Back when the E30 3-Series was new, it offered a package with a bunch of cosmetic and mechanical upgrades for North America, but not many people opted in. Now, one of the few Hartge BMWs is for sale, and you should buy it.
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This Hartge H26, a convertible model, was sold new in Canada, according to . The 215-horsepower Hartge package was installed at a BMW dealership, and consists of more aggressive cams, new headers, a custom exhaust, a Hartge-specific ECU, and of course, the bodykit. Furthermore, an Alpina steering wheel and Alpina wheels have been added.
The most noticeable thing about the H26 is its unique fascia, incorporating individual eyelid pieces for each headlight, and a completely white grille area. Plus, it has a couple of supremely cool '90s badges.
RM Sotheby's will be auctioning off this Hartge H26 at its Fort Lauderdale event on April 6th, 2018. The firm estimates .