autojumble

autojumble

(ˈɔːtəʊˌdʒʌmbəl)
n
(Commerce) a sale of second-hand car parts, esp for car enthusiasts
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IT will be fingers in your ears time when the first start-up of the National Motor Museum's 1950 BRM V16 (right) takes place at Beaulieu's Spring Autojumble after the rebuild of the treasured F1 racer's complex engine.
THE Morris Minor is the star car at this year's Spring Autojumble at the National Motor Museum in Beaulieu.
Attractions include an indoor autojumble selling everything motorcycle related, from books and clothing to memorabilia.
Crafts and models will have their own sections, and there will be trade and autojumble stands.
This year's event promises visitors the chance to see the latest 2016 machines, an opportunity to browse more retail stands, an expanded Club Zone, non-stop live action plus a brand new autojumble section, all for the new, lower price of PS15.
The popular autojumble area will have all kinds of automobilia on sale, including spares, tools, models, postcards and books, alongside non-motoring related items in the trade area.
Other attractions include a large autojumble, selling all kinds of automobilia, photographs, books and collectibles together with a good selection of trade stands.
The Raby Classic Car, Bike Show and Autojumble takes place at Raby Castle on Aug 17, 10am-4pm.
Naturally I could only dream of owning anything so grand, but I did spot one autojumble stall that gave me an idea: collecting car mascots, arguably the next best thing with no worries about insurance and running costs.
Renowned car collector George Milligen and production saloon car racer Wendy Markey offer their views, while Denis also makes an enlightening trip to an autojumble.
It coincides with the 50th birthday of the iconic MGB model and will feature displays from motoring clubs showcasing many rare examples of MG models through the ages, plus an autojumble.