After a two year enforced absence, due to Covid-19, this year Beaulieu is pleased to host once again their Spring Autojumble…
(All photographs from the National Motor Museum, Beaulieu).
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One of Beaulieu’s best-loved events, Spring Autojumble, will be returning on 14th and 15th May, taking its rightful place in the packed events calendar after a two-year absence.
Following in the tyre tracks of International Autojumble, which successfully returned to the Beaulieu parkland in 2021, the show will combine colourful car displays and hundreds of bargain-filled stands, for a busy motoring-themed weekend that everyone will enjoy.
As part of the event’s triumphant return, impressive car club displays will be amongst the 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.
Look out for a display from the Saab Enthusiasts Club, featuring a line-up of 60 Saabs of all ages in honour of all Saabs imported into the UK from 1960 until 2012. Saab always had an enviable reputation for building innovative and class-leading cars, so look out for eye-catching classics in the line-up.
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, when motoring in Britain was a slower, gentler affair.
Looking to buy your own classic or seeking a new project? On both days of the show, a range of classics will be on sale in Automart and Dealermart that will be sure to have you reaching for your wallet.
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 the Land Rover Defender 110 and Bond’s Land Rover Series III.
Spring Autojumble media sponsor Practical Classics will also be at the show, as the magazine team members talk to enthusiasts, discussing their latest projects and sharing their technical know-how.
One-day and two-day Spring Autojumble tickets can be bought online, with an advance discount on tickets bought before midnight on 5th May. For more details and to book your tickets, visit www.beaulieu.co.uk/events/spring-autojumble or call 01590 614614.
Event tickets include entry to the whole of the Beaulieu attraction, including the new Bond in Motion – No Time To Die exhibition in the National Motor Museum, World of Top Gear, On Screen Cars, Secret Army exhibition, Palace House, Beaulieu Abbey and its grounds and gardens.