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Malvern Drive-In Classic Car & Bike Autojumble – Sun 22 November 2020
22nd November 2020 @ 9:00 am - 2:00 pm| £2.50 - £7.00
The final show of the season! Expect to see over 100 trade and autojumble stalls located inside the newly refurbished Wye Halls and outside hardstanding. A great opportunity to source that hard-to find car or motorcycle part or accessory and catch up with friends with full protection from the weather.
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We are currently following Government advice on Coronavirus (Covid-19) very closely, so please be aware events can be cancelled or rescheduled at short notice in line with Government guidance. Please read the full terms and conditions at http://www.classicshows.org/terms-conditions-2/ If you do not agree with these terms and conditions, please do not book at this time.
Tickets are available to purchase until 3pm on Friday 20 November 2020. After this time, please purchase your ticket upon arrival at the event.
Tickets will be sent via email within three working days. Tickets ordered on the Friday directly before an event will be issued by the end of the working day.
CLASSIC CARS & MOTORCYCLES:
As an autojumble event, there may be a very limited number of vehicles on display. Visitors are welcome to bring and display their classic cars and motorcycles. There is no discount at this autojumble event for classic car exhibitors, simply purchase a visitor ticket in advance or purchase your ticket upon arrival at the event. Classic motorcycle exhibitors can download the 2020 Motorcycle season pass to gain entry for just £3 per person (maximum two per 2005/pre-2005 bike). Download the 2020 Motorcycle Season Pass.
Please note that notwithstanding the opening times, autojumbles are generally morning events and therefore tend to die down in the early afternoon. The finishing time (in this case 2pm) is a guide and the event may conclude earlier. We advise that anyone interested in visiting the event arrives prior to 12pm to avoid disappointment. Plus, don’t forget the early bird catches the worm!