The 2011 Beaulieu International Autojumble

Beaulieu International Autojumble

Beaulieu International Autojumble

The Beaulieu International Autojumble will take place on 10th and 11th September 2011 in the grounds of the National Motor Museum.

In 1967, the event started with 75 stands and as a one day show, 45 years alter, it now hosts more than 2000 stands. Beaulieu’s Events Manager, Judith Maddox said: "This popular event is going from strength to strength with demand for stand space increasing year on year. Advance ticket sales are also well up on last year."

Stands at the 2011 Beaulieu international Autojumble will feature vintage and classic motoring parts, accessories, automobilia, literature, tools and clothing. The event boasts "if you cant find it at Beaulieu, it doesn't exist!"

In the Automart, up to 200 cars will be on offer, ranging from restoration projects to cars in concours condition and a selection of classic cars at the DealerMart.

On Saturday, Bonhams will hold an auction of Collectors' motor cars and automobilia. Among lots will be a 1904 Cadillac Model B, a previous winner of several concours awards in the USA, and is estimated to sell for £60,000-£80,000. A very early 1910 Ford Model T Tourer (est. £25,000 - £30,000) a 1925 Bentley 3-Litre Shooting Brake with an estimate of £80,000-£100,000, and a 1904 Cadillac Model A Delivery Van (est. £60,000 - £80,000) are also on offer in the sale.

Sunday will see TrunkTraders offering amateur autojumblers the chance to sell surplus motor parts.

The Autojumble is open from 10am on Saturday and 9.30am on Sunday. Ticket prices are 1-day adult, £14.00 (Sat), £12.30 (Sun), child £8.00 (Sat), £7.70 (Sun), even less for a two day ticket and booked in advance.

19 August 2011 Staff

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