An enjoyable, busy and buzzy day draws to a close at the 19th Carole Nash Eurojumble at Netley Marsh. The weather helped the jumble achieve record attendances and we expect a similar pattern for tomorrow's events. Do come early to bag the best bargains!
All manner of motorcycles, parts and products were on offer at Netley Marsh. Our roving reporter stumbled across a Rollcast tandem cycle in good condition for sale, also a frame for a Wasp sidecar outfit, Excelsior Manxman, last taxed in 1957, up for sale at £20,000 - the owner also wanted a Excelsior Manxman petrol tank, although, we guess, it wasn't for a trade! Also on offer was a tidy-looking 1934 OK Supreme racer - yours for £8,000 - and several basket case BSA and Triumphs, which would make great winter projects.
Another British bike offering was a running 1964 Norton N15CS, which has had some restoration work - it was described as being complete with 'all the hard to find parts' - but clearly needed more... The owner wanted £4,850.
The car park has been packed with bikes and vans, and we're expecting more of the same tomorrow, so come early if you want the pick of the bargains.
Also for tomorrow are the 'best in show' club stand and bike judging and awards. Don't miss them!
• The Eurojumble at Netley Marsh runs tomorrow until 5pm. Gates open 9am prompt.
• Tickets are £7 on the day, senior citizens £5 and under 15s £2.
• Parking is free and dogs on a lead are welcome.
The Netley Marsh Showground (SO40 7GY) is near Southampton, Hants. on the A336 between Cadnam & Totton.
Take the junction 1 exit towards Southampton on the A326. The auto jumble will be signposted as you enter Netley Marsh.
Southbound M3 to M27:
Once on the M27 take the junction 2 exit towards Southampton on the A336. After 2.5 miles take the right turning towards Netley marsh (A336). The auto jumble will be signposted as you enter Netley Marsh.