Garage clear out gets underway as the eurojumble comes to Netley

By Jack Harrison, 4 September 2013

Sheds and garages are being emptied, cars and vans are being loaded and motorcycle enthusiasts across the UK are getting ready to sniff out the bargains with one of Europe’s largest autojumble events now just days away...

The 20th Carole Nash Eurojumble will descend on Netley Marsh, Southampton, on September 6-7, with nearly 290 trade plots set to offer a raft of bikes, parts and accessories to the near 10,000 visitors expected to attend.

Show manager Nick Mowbray said: “It really is a sight to behold with the hustle and bustle of autojumblers uncovering that perfect piece for their restoration project and traders turning their old bits and bobs into bundles of cash.”

As well as regular and well-known traders, the ‘garage clear out’ will return by popular demand for 2013, with visitors invited to move the contents of their garage into their chosen vehicle and head down to the event for a one day only trading plot.

With the Eurojumble now entering its third decade, the popularity of the event has grown and grown and organisers are looking forward to once again welcoming guests from both the UK, and across mainland Europe.

“With our location down on the south coast, you will see many motorcycles around the place with European number plates as people come from far and wide to search through the vast autojumble,” said Nick.

Gates are open on both days from 9am to 5am, with a two-day ticket priced at just £15. Camping facilities are available for on both Thursday and Friday night at a cost of £20.

For more information on the 20th Carole Nash Eurojumble, including further admission cost details and directions, visit www.classicbikeshows.com or call 01507 529529.

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