A great event for the motoring enthusiast!
Visit the 21st Spring Autojumble, being held at Beaulieu over the weekend of 17 & 18 May 2014. Famous the world over, Beaulieu Autojumbles are a must visit for the motoring enthusiast, and with entry to all that the attraction offers, including the National Motor Museum, Palace House, Beaulieu Abbey and World of Top Gear, there's a great time to be had by all!
Much more than an Autojumble
The opportunity to buy and sell motoring parts, automobilia, accessories, literature, tools and clothing. Covering all motoring eras, from more than 1,000 stands to over 14,000 classic vehicle enthusiasts. As well as a unique way to buy and sell classic cars and bikes, ranging from concours classics to restorable relics.
Practical Classics, the show sponsors will be at the event performing practical demonstrations throughout the weekend. They will also have their latest publication so make sure you come via their stand and say hello to the team.
Old Sodbury's Land Rover Sortout (Sunday Only)
A great day out for Land Rover Enthusiasts. The Old Sodbury's Land Rover Sortout has a number of stands selling everything Land Rover, from a washer to a complete vehicle. Find out more about the Land Rover Sortout.
European Car of the Year Display
Beaulieu are on the lookout for cars that have won the prestigious European Car of the Year title. 2014 marks the 50th anniversary of the annual award and to celebrate we are hoping to display an example of each of the 50 winners in a unique line-up will tell the story of the competition, from its first winner in 1964 (the Rover 2000) to the 2013 victor (Golf MKVI). To see a full list of winners click here.
Trunk Traders (Sunday Only)
The chance to sell your unwanted car bits from the back of your vehicle (Sunday only). To book your trunk trading space click on the exhibiting link.
Walkabout Auction (Sunday Only)
After a fantastic response in 2013, the Walkabout Auction with be continuing for 2014. Any exhibitor, from either the Spring Autojumble or Sodbury Sortout, can, for £1, enter any of their unsold items into the auction on the Sunday afternoon.
All you need to do is register at the Information Caravan and pick up your large cardboard box. Buyers will pay the sellers directly after our guest auctioneer Danny Hopkins, Editor of Practical Classics, has metaphorically dropped the hammer! No auction fees on either side-a simple and easy way of buying or selling those last bits from the show.