Net­ley suc­cess

Classic Racer - - PADDOCK GOSSIP -

Thou­sands of vis­i­tors from across the UK and be­yond basked in the sun­shine af­ter flock­ing to Net­ley Marsh on Fri­day, Au­gust 31 and Satur­day, Septem­ber 1, to en­joy two days of bikes, bar­gains and ban­ter. The Ca­role Nash Euro­jum­ble – the UK’S largest bike au­to­jum­ble – ticked all the boxes for bike en­thu­si­asts keen to rum­mage through mo­tor­cy­cle mem­o­ra­bilia and bid on stun­ning bikes that went un­der the ham­mer at the Char­ter­house Auc­tion. The Ca­role Nash Euro­jum­ble, cel­e­brat­ing its 25th year, proved an­other suc­cess­ful event for traders, with all plots be­ing sold out. Show­cas­ing a mam­moth dis­play of spare parts, mag­a­zines, signs and even com­plete ma­chines, the au­to­jum­ble of­fered vis­i­tors all man­ner of mo­tor­cy­cle para­pher­na­lia at their fin­ger­tips. Char­ter­house sold over twothirds of the lots at the Net­ley Marsh auc­tion. Un­for­tu­nately the Vin­cent Black Shadow didn’t make

the re­serve, how­ever the stun­ning Honda RC45 went for a stag­ger­ing £19,250. Mor­tons Me­dia Group’s ex­hi­bi­tion man­ager Nick Mow­bray said: “We’ve re­ceived crack­ing feed­back from vis­i­tors and traders at the Ca­role Nash Euro­jum­ble this year. We are de­lighted that the event ran seam­lessly and traders were packed to the rafters, giv­ing vis­i­tors more choice in their hunt for that Net­ley bar­gain. “We are look­ing for­ward to an­other great Euro­jum­ble next year.”

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