The upcoming Spring AutoJumble will see more exhibitors and stands than last year as organisers gear up for another "bumper show" at Beaulieu.
Motoring enthusiasts can browse for anything from parts and accessories to automobilia and literature at the one thousand or more stands set up around the grounds of the popular attraction.
Event manager Judith Maddox said the show, which takes place from May 14-15, has already attracted 40 car clubs this year.
Around 200 vehicles are expected to go on sale at the MotorMart located in theBeaulieu Arena, while vintage cars will be displayed close to the stand of the event's sponsor Classics Monthly Magazine.
Visitors can also watch a team from Classics try to re-build an iconic MGB model under the Project MGB programme.
Classic cars owned by readers of the magazine and Friends of the National Motor Museum Trust will also go on show.
It also gives visitors the chance to enjoy all the Beaulieu attractions, including the National Motor Museum's latest exhibition "Feats of Endurance" which showcases a number of vehicles that have stretched the boundaries of motoring endurance.
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