A formidable aero-engine 1921 Napier Blue Bird Homage built in the spirit of Malcolm Campbell’s Land Speed Record breaker is one of the remarkable vehicles going under the hammer at Beaulieu’s International Autojumble this weekend.
Beaulieu will start up the National Motor Museum’s legendary Lotus 49 at the International Autojumble to mark 50 years of the popular event.
A huge line-up of 1350 Japanese cars of every marque and model stretched across the Beaulieu parkland for the sixth Simply Japanese rally on Sunday 30th July, with 102 more cars than in 2016 making the event’s turnout an all-time high.
TV presenter and inventor Edd China demonstrated two of his craziest creations at Beaulieu on Sunday July 23rd to launch the summer exhibition Wacky Record Breakers in the National Motor Museum.
An impressive 282 Jaguars of every shape and size purred into Beaulieu for the second Simply Jaguar rally which attracted as many as 634 participants.
As many as 400 Land Rovers and 900 visitors gathered in the grounds of the National Motor Museum at Beaulieu for an impressive line-up at Simply Land Rover.
Scores of awesome machines rolled into Beaulieu on Father’s Day weekend for two packed events, with 600 incredible customised cars and bikes at Sunday’s Hot Rod & Custom Drive-In Day and 490 Volkswagens of every age and model for Saturday’s Simply VW.
More than 1,000 Porsches set a record for the biggest Beaulieu Simply Porsche yet as nearly 2,000 visitors turned out for the celebration of one of the best loved sports car marques.
As many as 5,700 visitors turned out for Beaulieu’s The 999 Show to see action-packed demonstrations including a kidnap attempt featuring Southampton Football Club legend Francis Benali and a CSI Beaulieu murder mystery at Palace House.
The 24th Beaulieu Spring Autojumble transformed the events fields into a two-day motoring treasure trove, with hundreds of show-goers in seventh heaven as they bought, sold and bartered over classic car parts and every type of automobilia imaginable.
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