About the The Great Western Classic Car Show (Autojumble)

to be held from Saturday 8th February to Sunday 9th February, 2020.

Kicking off the show season every year, The Footman James Great Western Classic Car Show is the biggest and best of its kind in the South West of England. Attracting thousands of classic vehicle enthusiasts on their journey to restoration completion, the halls of the Royal Bath & West Showground are filled to the rafters with specialist traders, parts suppliers and jumble stands offering missing pieces of restoration and maintenance puzzles at bargain prices.

- Footman James      


 

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Sat Nav Longitude and Latitude Co-ordinates:

-2.526435 (LONG) // 51.156239 (LAT)



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The Great Western Classic Car Show (Autojumble) Contact Details

  • Organisation: Footman James
  • Address: Royal Bath & West Showground, Shepton Mallet, Somerset
  • Postcode: BA4 6QN
  • Phone: 01507 529433

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