Sell your classic at Bicester Heritage Sunday Scramble – free!
Bring your classic car to the brilliant Sunday Scramble on April 22, and park in the AutoClassics Cars for Sale Hangar – the perfect place to sell your car!
For those trying to sell a classic car, there’s no substitute to having thousands of potential buyers viewing your car in person. Thanks to AutoClassics Mart, a limited number of sellers can do exactly that for free.
Bicester Hertiage’s triannual Sunday Scramble event is well known as one of the most relaxed, open and friendly classic car meets in the United Kingdom, with over 5000 members of the classic car community in attendance.
At the next Scramble on April 22, Hangar 113 will play host to a showcase of classics available to buy, and yours could be one of the limited number to feature, with only 120 places available.
Prospective buyers will have the chance to view and inspect your car in person, giving you the opportunity to connect directly with fellow enthusiasts and collectors.
Set within a 1936 Grade II listed hangar, AutoClassics Mart will also provide an engaging setting for your sale, featuring a new Lister Thunder, an original Honda NSX courtesy of Motor1, plus a glider simulator, creating an atmosphere perfect for selling your classic.
How do I sign-up for free?
Anyone selling a pre-1990 classic car can sign-up for a place in our sales hangar, and it'll take you only a few seconds to complete.
Download this A4 entrance pass, print it and display it in the windscreen of your classic when arriving at Sunday Scramble. It’s first come first served, so get there early!
Use of the AutoClassics Mart hangar is completely free, though you’ll still need to purchase a standard admission ticket for the Sunday Scramble.
For only £8, a Sunday Scramble admission ticket allows access to thousands of classic cars on display along with stalls, catering, specialists based on site, and even the opportunity to fly in a Tiger Moth! Advance tickets have now closed, but you can buy these at the gate.
If you have any further questions regarding this offer, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us. See you in Hangar 113 on April 22!
Entering the venue
On Sunday, Bicester Heritage's main entrance will be closed. AutoClassics Mart attendees should enter through the South Gate, following directions to the main Hangar 113 entrance. You can download our annotated site map here.
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