Sign Up for exclusive updates

Car Blog & Car News

There is still time to buy your advance tickets for Beaulieu’s Spring Autojumble, taking place on 16th and 17thMay 2015. But make sure you buy before 10th May to take advantage of these special advance price reductions. With over 1,000 stands and countless bargains to be had, it’s the spring motoring event that you can’t afford to miss.

Whether you are after that elusive part to finish your winter project, searching for essential spares to keep your classic on the road, or simply enjoying rummaging through a whole host of automobilia, literature and automotive treasures, the Spring Autojumble is the place to be. Take a stroll through the Motormart to see a wide selection of up to 100 classics for sale – in all shapes, sizes and conditions.

Make sure you visit Moggy Fest, an extravaganza celebrating the much-loved Morris Minor, courtesy of the Dorset Branch of the Morris Minor Owners’ Club. Winners of last year’s Best Stand award, the club aims to display an example of the Morris Minor from every year of production, from 1948 to 1971. See also, their charming recreation of a 1960s Morris showroom, workshop and parts department.

A large number of  Owners’ clubs will be in attendance, including the Wessex Car Club, who will be putting on their usual display of members’ vehicles. On Sunday Trunk Traders will be offering amateur jumblers the chance to sell off their unwanted tools, spares and miscellany. Also on Sunday, in its own dedicated area, the Beaulieu Land Rover Sortout is sure to have plenty to delight fans of Britain’s favourite 4X4.

The popular Walkabout Auction will again take place at the end of the show on Sunday, giving exhibitors the chance to sell off unsold stock. With no auction fees to pay, and just £1 to for a box to fill with items, it’s an inexpensive and hassle-free way to sell off those last few items.

Stop by the Practical Classics stand, media sponsor of the Spring Autojumble, to see the magazine’s team building the fastest vehicle ever assembled from parts found at a Beaulieu Autojumble. With Donald Campbell’s Bluebird CN7, on display in the National Motor Museum, as their inspiration, it is sure to be quite a sight.

A free delivery service to the Beaulieu visitor car parks is available for items bought at the Autojumble. Bureau de Change and cash facilities are available on-site.

Advance tickets, cost £9.00 for an adult and £6.70 for a child, with a price saving for two-day tickets, and can be booked through the ticket hotline, 01590 612888, or online at Prices for on-the-day admission are £10 for an adult and £7.70 for a child. Admission includes access to all of the Beaulieu attractions; the National Motor Museum, World of Top Gear, On Screen Cars, Palace House and Beaulieu Abbey. Don’t forget to pay a visit to A Chequered History, the museum’s brand new motor racing display.

There is still time to book a stand space, with prices starting at £66.50, Motormart spaces are £30 and a Sunday Trunk Trader standard plot is just £20. For all stand bookings, please contact the Events Department on 01590 614614 or email [email protected].


UK Government Makes 6.6 Million Investment Into Hydrogen Fuel

March 30, 2015
Hydrogen Fuel Cell cars

It has for some time now been touted that hydrogen is the fuel of choice for the future. No emissions and good performance as well as being the most abundant element in the universe – what’s not to like? There are however two big stepping stones. The first is infrastructure. Whenever a new fuel type […]

Read the full article →

Auto Express Reviews Ferrari California T

March 29, 2015

The Ferrari California T was considered to be the poor cousin of the other models as it was less firm and less aggressive. More of GT rather than a sports car if you like. The ‘T’ signifies that the model range has now become turbocharged. This means a smaller, more efficient engine but outstanding performance […]

Read the full article →

Top Gear As We Know It As No More

March 28, 2015

We at Car Articles are extremely sad to learn of the fate of Jeremy Clarkson. Whilst it appeared inevitable from the moment that the assault was reported, it was with a heavy heart that we heard the news. Clarkson’s contract will not be renewed. Twelve years of the three lads on our screens getting up […]

Read the full article →

2015 Ford S-MAX Has All The Safety Kit You Could Need

March 27, 2015
Ford S-Max 2015

In an MPV that is likely to be ferrying around children, a key aspect of the car buyers will consider is safety. Ford’s new 2015 S-MAX has that covered with a range of new tech designed to keep you as safe as possible on the roads. Of note is the Intelligent Speed Limiter, a new […]

Read the full article →

GEM Recommends Single/Double British Summertime

March 26, 2015

ROAD SAFETY organisation GEM Motoring Assist is urging the UK government to agree to adopt Single/Double British Summertime (SDST). Experts believe the move, involving an adjustment of the clocks to GMT + 1 in the winter and GMT + 2 in the summer, would prevent 80 deaths and more than 200 serious injuries on the […]

Read the full article →

Isuzu Truck Apprentice Programme adds great value

March 25, 2015

An Isuzu Truck Apprenticeship offers many advantages. Alongside achieving several nationally recognised qualifications, the programme offers some great additional benefits to both the employer and the Apprentice. One of the main benefits of the Apprentice Technician programme is Isuzu’s Apprentice tool kit offer. Starting up as a technician can require a huge investment in tools […]

Read the full article →

Jeremy Clarkson’s Fate Expected To Be Announced Soon

March 24, 2015

Jeremy Clarkson’s fate is set to be decided. The evidence has been submitted to Ken McQuarrie with regard to what took place at a hotel in Yorkshire. Clarkson and the person believed to also have been involved – Oisin Tymon – have both given evidence as to what took place during the ‘fracas’ as it […]

Read the full article →

Brake Lends Support To Manifesto On Criminal Driving

March 23, 2015

Brake, the road safety charity, has lent its support to a manifesto on criminal driving, launched at the Houses of Parliament in March 2015 by Leeds North West MP Greg Mulholland. The manifesto highlights serious problems with how the justice system deals with cases of criminal driving, and makes a number of recommendations for urgently-needed change, […]

Read the full article →

Nine Drivers Caught In Excess Of 120MPH In Scotland

March 22, 2015

Nine people have been caught by safety cameras in Scotland exceeding 120mph during 2014, according to the latest figures obtained by leading road safety charity the Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM). The charity made a Freedom of Information request to Police Scotland asking for details of the Top 20 cases of excessive speeding captured on […]

Read the full article →