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Tom Siddall, Event Director, said: “Taking place at Stoneleigh Park, The National Restoration Show is the biggest and best event of its kind featuring the UK’s largest indoor autojumble, with more traders and stalls set up outside in the showground, as well as an automart.”


As well as the autojumble and traders, the event will also feature restoration projects and a wealth of classic car clubs, and also the chance to meet TV's Fuzz Townshend!


It doesn’t matter if you’re about to start a restoration, looking for your next vehicle to restore or are in the final stages of your project, you’ll find an amazing array of parts, spares and some good honest down-to-earth advice from the experts to get your project underway or completed.


Enthusiasts looking for advice or inspiration can visit the various motoring clubs that will display the diverse projects its members are currently working on and benefit from the clubs knowledge of a particular marque or model. From the traditional classics to the more ‘retro’ marques, cars of all ages will have the bonnets open ready for you to explore.


To commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Britain, The Carole Nash National Restoration show will have a special attraction, in the form of a static 100% unique hand built Spitfire. The Spitfire MK805 has been featured by English Heritage, and by the RAF Museum Hendon. Not only does it help the event to commerorate the 75th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain, but is also very applicable to anyone interested in restoration, as the aircraft, took over 25 years to completea truly remarkable pain-staking achievement! At Stoneleigh, visitors will be able to get right up close to the Spitfire, and even get a rare view inside the fully fitted cockpit of this iconic aircraft - so be sure to bring your cameras!


Tickets are available at £8 for Adults in advance, £12 on the gate. Under 15's are free of charge with an accompanying adult. Car parking is free of charge however we do have a priority parking section where visitors can park right outside the venue for easier access.

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