The Autojumble

If you didn’t make this past Sunday, you missed a great Autojumble.  Once again Tim and all the group at “Club T MG” did a fantastic job of creating a venue for British Car lovers to get together and just mingle.  It didn’t hurt that the weather was beautiful.

We had our usual spot back int the nether regions of the parking garage,  and believe me that concrete doesn’t warn up till sometime in August.  But, the crowds were great, and people were just happy to be out and walking around without an umbrella.  It was great to see the event getting back to it’s original roots of having a lot of people cleaning out their garage and bringing their old parts to the show for sale.  An equally great thing to see was that there was a considerable amount of stuff being sold.  That tells me that you have a lot of projects in the garage, and that’s fantastic.

Another important aspect of the event was that there were several cars sold, and that the market is stating strong and that the value of the cars is not being sacrificed.  The collector cars of our market are staying strong and are continuing to be a good investment as well as a lot of fun to drive.

I forgot my camera, so I don’t have any pictures, but after all if you’ve seen one pile of parts, you have seen them all, or have you?

Don’t forget our open house this Saturday at 9:00am.

Enjoy the ride!!!

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One Response to “The Autojumble”

  1. The British Auto Jumble was great fun! Many of my MG buddies were there and British Auto Works is my favorite British Car shop in Oregon, for that matter – in the world! Great job Stan, Bill, and family on this very good blog! Now I want to do something similar for my fitness coaching business. Thanks for all that you guys do, I wouldn’t enjoy my 79 MGB near as much, if you weren’t in North Plains for me to drive out to have fun, buy some parts and ask just one more question! LOL! I always promote your shop and always will. Thanks, Dan