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Beaulieu International Autojumble: 6 & 7 September

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The Beaulieu International Autojumble will take place on Saturday 6 and Sunday 7 September at the Beaulieu National Motor Museum in New Forest, Hampshire.

The autojumble is the largest outdoor event of its kind on this side of the Atlantic. Visitors will be spoilt for choice when it comes to picking up parts for their classic and vintage cars, with over 2,000 stalls selling everything from tools to spare parts and accessories, as well as a large range of literature, clothing and ephemera.

Over 200 vehicles will be on sale by individuals in the Automart, including both restoration projects as well as cars in concours condition. There will also be vehicles for sale by Dealers in the Dealermart, alongside a Bonhams’ Auction, where cars, motorbikes and automobilia will be up for grabs.

The Sunday will welcome ‘trunk traders’, where amateurs will pitch up and sell a whole range of motoring bits from their car boots.

The Beaulieu International Autojumble won a Silver Award in the Tourism Event of the Year category at the prestigious VisitEngland Awards for Excellence this year.

Admission opens from 8.30am, with the event opening at 10am on Saturday and 9.30am on Sunday.

Advanced adult tickets cost £12.50 for one day and £24 for two days, while advanced child tickets cost £8.40 for one day and £12.50 for two days. Tickets cost more on the day.

Your ticket includes entry to the National Motor Museum, Palace House and Gardens, Beaulieu Abbey, and World of Top Gear exhibition.

To find out more information, and to buy tickets, visit: http://www.beaulieu.co.uk/beaulieu-events/international-autojumble

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