This weekend is the Beaulieu Spring Autojumble.  Tickets for Sunday are available online here or can be purchased on arrival.

Forgotten Favourites display for Beaulieu’s International Autojumble

Posted  14.01.2020
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For a blast from the past Beaulieu’s Forgotten Favourites will celebrate once-common classics of the Sixties, Seventies and Eighties with a brand new display at award-winning International Autojumble on September 5th and 6th.

Bringing back memories of family holidays, driving lessons, baking hot vinyl seats and beige colour schemes will be the long-lost first cars, family wagons, rarely-seen saloons and historic hatchbacks that are invited to join the nostalgia-fuelled display.


Honouring the everyday cars that have disappeared from Britain’s roads and are now highly prized by enthusiasts, all manner of pre-booked classics from 1960-1990 are invited to join Forgotten Favourites at the event in the grounds of the National Motor Museum.


Owners who would like to take part with their 1960-1990 classic vehicles should get in touch with the Beaulieu events team to be considered – places are limited and show entry is free for vehicles that are accepted. Successful owners will receive a pair of three-day entry wristbands for International Autojumble, an unmissable date on the classic car calendar to find rare parts and automobilia bargains on over 2,000 stands.


For event-goers, modern classics are sure to be well represented – especially with the Austin Metro and Fiat Panda both reaching their 40th birthdays in 2020. These pint-sized hatchbacks are welcome to drive into the diverse display.


From the Vauxhall Chevette, Renault 16, Austin Allegro and Datsun Bluebird, to the Volkswagen Polo, Citroen CX, Triumph Toledo and Volvo 240, not to mention the scarcely-seen DAF 66, Talbot Samba and Fiat 131 . . . all examples are welcome. To apply to take part in Forgotten Favourites click here or call 01590 614614 for details.


International Autojumble, which recently marked its half century, also features Automart with an impressive selection of up to 200 classic cars for sale and Dealermart with top condition classics from traders. Bonhams auction of collectors’ cars, motorcycles and automobilia will also return on the Saturday, while on Sunday Trunk Traders offers the chance to find bargains as enthusiasts sell assorted motoring jumble from their car boots.


Early one-day and two-day visitor tickets are available, with a limited number of premium tickets giving entry to the showground an hour before the event opens to the public, as well as priority parking. Tickets can be bought in advance online, with discounts for those bought by 5pm on August 27th. For tickets and details click here. Event tickets include entry to the whole attraction, including adventurous new play area Little Beaulieu from March 15th, for family fun all together.

Exhibitors and Trunk Traders can book their stands online here or contact the events team at or 01590 614614.


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