With less than two weeks to go until the greatly anticipated return of Beaulieu’s Spring Autojumble, there’s still time to get involved with the buying and selling action and meet classic car experts at the packed event on 14th and 15th May.
Looking to snap up spare parts for that unfinished lockdown car build? Then book your tickets for the unmissable chance to browse hundreds of stands, with bargains to be found, industry professionals to talk to for advice, and other enthusiasts to chat with and share hints and tips. Why shop online when you can search for everything you need as part of a top motor-themed weekend out.
Maybe you’re looking to sell your car? Classic, modern, or anything in between, Automart is the place where thousands of potential buyers will see your cherished motor up close, as they browse the diverse selection of vehicles on offer. For just £40 per car, maybe yours will be one of the sought-after motors that is sold within minutes of the show opening? Show entry for one is included, so take the stress out of selling as you enjoy the rest of the show and the Beaulieu attraction.
Trunk Traders may be sold out, but there are still a few stands remaining in the showground, so book yours now! Trade for the whole weekend from just £80 and move on your surplus spare parts, tools and motoring collectables without the hassles of internet trading. Don’t worry if you don’t fancy putting up a gazebo or tent – covered spaces are still available in the Grand Marquees, for dry trading whatever the springtime weather may bring.
One-day and two-day Spring Autojumble visitor tickets can be bought online. For more details and to book your tickets, click here or call 01590 614614.
Impressive car club displays will be amongst the Spring Autojumble show highlights. Rare examples of the lilac-painted Morris Minor Million will be on show in Moggyfest, a packed display of Morris Minors and contemporary classics brought together by the Dorset branch of the Morris Minor Owners’ Club. The limited edition Million, which reached its 60th birthday last year, will be celebrated with this crowd-pleasing display.
Look out for a display from the Saab Enthusiasts Club, featuring a line-up of Saabs of all ages, marking the 75th anniversary of Saab cars, and in honour of all Saabs imported into the UK from 1960 until 2012. While the Austin A30 & A35 Owners’ Club will be displaying a fine collection of Austin A30s and A35s, with these charming ‘baby Austins’ reminiscent of a different era.
Fans of the nation’s favourite 4X4 won’t want to miss Land Rover Rummage. Taking place on the Sunday of the show, this trading corner of Spring Autojumble is dedicated to Land Rover spare parts, all gathered in one convenient area. Look out for mechanical spares, body panels, wheels, service items, accessories, and perhaps even complete project vehicles.
With event tickets also including all of the features of the Beaulieu attraction, make sure to head inside the National Motor Museum for more Land Rover highlights. New exhibition Bond in Motion – No Time To Die features many of the original vehicles, gadgets and costumes from the latest film, including Bond’s Aston Martin DB5.