Thursday, 9 August 2012 3:15 PM
Classic and vintage car lovers will be descending on the Beaulieu National Motor Museum for the International Autojumble on September 8 and 9. Autojumble is now in its 45th year and it has grown from a 75-stand event in 1967 to the 2,000+ stands that will be selling all manner of awesomeness next month.
Among the stuff on sale, there'll be vintage and classic car parts, accessories, automobilia, books, tools and clothes and bargains galore.
As well as the bits and pieces on offer, there will be up to 200 cars for sale in varying states of repair. Whether you want a restoration project or something you could drive home in, you might just find it here.
On the Saturday, Bonhams will hold an auction of cars, motorbikes and memorabilia, including a 1972 Ferrari Dino Spyder, a 1922 Wolseley H.7 (one of only 10 remaining), a horse-drawn phaeton and the only known example of a 1948 DOT AA Truck.
On the Sunday, the car boot sale takes on a whole new meaning with the Trunk Traders event allowing people to sell car stuff from the back of their cars.
If you tire of shopping, the museum will be open so you can enjoy the Bond in Motion exhibition. Sounds good to us. Road trip, anyone?
By Georgia Lewis
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