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Old 11th February 2009, 12:05   #1
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HMCI is organizing the second autojumble in India on the 22nd of February at Riyasat Farm, New Delhi. I am planning to attend it.

It would be great it we gather all information about it in this thread.
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CAR-NIVAL !
The Heritage Motoring Club of India

Cordially invites you to

The 2nd HMCI National Autojumble

India's first and only “Car-nival” of classic cars, motorcycles, parts, automobilia, memorabilia, automotive fine arts, music, games and food

Sunday, February 22, 2009
10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
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Riyasat Greens, Sultanpur, Mandi Road (Near C-DOT Campus), Mehrauli, New Delhi


Car collectors and enthusiasts looking for vintage/classic cars, motorcycles or automobilia will be amazed by the quality, variety and volume of items available at the 150 stalls at The 2nd HMCI National Autojumble ranging from car and motorcycle parts to books, accessories, manuals, travel and motoring memorabilia. The Autojumble will also feature a display and sale of automotive fine arts, games for children, exhibition and sale of Vintage & Classic Autos, and plenty of food and drink for visitors.

Register your stalls as early as possible, as registration is free and on a first come first served basis and there are only 150 stalls available.

For further information please contact:

S.B.Jatti
sbjatti@gmail.com
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CAR-NIVAL !
The Heritage Motoring Club of India

Cordially invites you to

The 2nd HMCI National Autojumble

India's first and only "Car-nival" of classic cars, motorcycles, parts, automobilia, memorabilia, automotive fine arts, music, games and food

Sunday, February 22, 2009
10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
at

Riyasat Greens, Sultanpur, Mandi Road (Near C-DOT Campus), Mehrauli, New Delhi


Car collectors and enthusiasts looking for vintage/classic cars, motorcycles or automobilia will be amazed by the quality, variety and volume of items available at the 150 stalls at The 2nd HMCI National Autojumble ranging from car and motorcycle parts to books, accessories, manuals, travel and motoring memorabilia. The Autojumble will also feature a display and sale of automotive fine arts, games for children, exhibition and sale of Vintage & Classic Autos, and plenty of food and drink for visitors.


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HMCI is organizing the second autojumble in India on the 22nd of February at Riyasat Farm, New Delhi. I am planning to attend it.

It would be great it we gather all information about it in this thread.
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Can you give some details of the cars and parts etc available? This will make upcountry visitors like us decide whether we should visit. Its like if the cars are nothing great or if the prices are high then why should one travel.
Maybe Ishaan will in any case visit and collect all data and snaps and prices!

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Can you give some details of the cars and parts etc available? This will make upcountry visitors like us decide whether we should visit. Its like if the cars are nothing great or if the prices are high then why should one travel.
Maybe Ishaan will in any case visit and collect all data and snaps and prices!

Following last years highly successfulAutojumble, the HMCI is now organizing, The 2ndHMCI National Autojumble on Sunday, February 22, 2009 from 10.00 am to 6.00 pm at Riyasat Greens, Sultanpur, Mandi Road (Near C-DOT Campus), Mehrauli, New Delhi.

The 2ndHMCI National Autojumble is India's only Autojumble featuring an exhibition and sale of Vintage & Classic Car, Motorcycle & Scooter, Parts, Accessories & Services, Automobilia, Antiques & Automotive Art.

Over 100 stalls at The 2ndHMCI National Autojumble will feature: (i) Car, Motorcycle and Scooter parts suppliers, (ii) Restorers, (iii) Paint manufacturers, (iv) Finishing and detailing product manufacturers, (v) Tool suppliers, (vi) Engineering service suppliers, (vii) Chrome platers and gold platers, (viii) Radiator manufacturers, (ix) Glass, light and lens manufacturers, (x) Body panel fabricators, (xi) Carburetor rebuilders, (x) Upholstery and upholstery material suppliers, (xi) Complete exhaust system manufacturers, (xii) Vintage and classic auto transporters, (xiii) Oil additive suppliers, (xiv) Tyre suppliers, (xv) Magneto, dynamo and alternator repairers, (xvi) Auto consultants, (xvii) Automotive artists, (xviii) Automotive ramp manufacturers, (xviii) Meter restorers, (xix) Cleaning and dry cleaning service suppliers, (xx) Saddle and beading makers, (xxi) Locksmiths and key makers, (xxii) Towing services, (xxiii) Classic auto model suppliers, (xxiv) Brake suppliers, (xxv) Automotive book suppliers, (xxvi) automobile oil suppliers, (xxvii) Mechanics, (xxviii) Welding equipment suppliers, (xxix) Spring specialists, (xxx) Wood work specialists, (xxxi) Automotive photographers, (xxxii) Engine and automatic transmission rebuilders, (xxxiii) Sunroof and fabric roof suppliers, (xxxiv) Wire wheel suppliers, (xxxv) Audio equipment suppliers, amongst other product and service suppliers.

The HMCI Autojumble will also feature:
(i) Vintage & Classic Cars, Motorcycles and Scooters on sale
(ii) Games for Children
(iii) Exhibition of Vintage & Classic Autos
(iv) Food & Drink stands

Register your stalls as early as possible, as registration is available on a first come first served basis and there are only 150 stalls available. There are no registration charges or other charges for exhibiting products/services, as HMCI is providing stalls for free. In case you do not intend to participate as an exhibitor, please feel free to pass on this announcement and the registration form to anyone you know who may be interested in displaying or selling products of interest to our Vintage and Classic auto hobby.

Such events of the HMCI are for the benefit of all automobile enthusiasts and the Collector Car hobby and we request you to kindly display your products and services at The HMCI National Autojumble. We request you to join HMCI's initiative to make Vintage and Classic Auto collecting a National Hobby!
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Here are some pictures of the event today. It was an enjoyable outing, well organised, my compliments Mr. Jatti. Only, and as is only to be expected in such a gathering, the items on sale, including the automobiles (the few that I dared ask about!) were ridiculously priced. Besides the automobiles, there were old spare parts and NOS, photographs, calendars, advertisements, paintings, books, non-auto items also like gramophones, etc. There were also stalls for new batteries, car covers, camping equipment, etc. so some lifestyle angle also!!

Sorry Deepak, even if I say this without the visuals, there was an interesting old framed pic of a family with their Packard 110!! Peace - I'll try to find out about that stall owner from the organisers if you'd like. Or maybe Mr. Jatti can step in here.

The food (and other refreshments) was quite nice (one had to buy it, which is how it should be) and the weather was great as well. V-16 (Gogi) and iraghava (Ishan) dropped in too, which was best of all. Gogi, if you'reading this while still in town, let's catch up for some osmosis tomorrow/evening after once you've been a good family man! Ishan isn't around around, he's off to higher grounds for a few days, so no point in trying to get him interested; but he's promised to indulge once he's back! Mr. Zahir Vakil from Poona was also present and a pleasure to meet up with.

Although if you take the cursor over the pix, the names might show up as I've tagged each pic, but am still naming them in the attachment order here as follows:

1. The Carnival ground
2. 1942 Ford GPV, DKW, 1962 VW Beetle
3. 1962 VW 1200 and modded boattail DKW from the back
4. 1957 Chev Nomad
5. 1971 VW 1302, 1959 Ford Zephyr, 1957 Chev Nomad
6. 1977 Yamaha 400
7. Pontiac Silver Streak and Standard Herald from the back
8. Pontiac Silver Streak and Herald Front
9. Velocette
10. 1927 Triumph W

The Ford Zephyr ostensibly belonged to Ms. Hema Malini once upon a time.

There are more pix of the Standard Herald that I'll put in the 'Standard Cars in India' thread; the few that are here are because she's in the frame with the Pontiac SS. The Lambretta pix have already been placed in the 'Lambretta Wanted' thread, so they aren't here at all.
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Lovely! But I like this the most as it featured 2 of my favourite rides - the Herald and the (Innocenti) Lambretta!
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Here are some pictures of the event today. It was an enjoyable outing, well organised, my compliments Mr. Jatti. Only, and as is only to be expected in such a gathering, the items on sale, including the automobiles (the few that I dared ask about!) were ridiculously priced. Besides the automobiles, there were old spare parts and NOS, photographs, calendars, advertisements, paintings, books, non-auto items also like gramophones, etc. There were also stalls for new batteries, car covers, camping equipment, etc. so some lifestyle angle also!!

Sorry Deepak, even if I say this without the visuals, there was an interesting old framed pic of a family with their Packard 110!! Peace - I'll try to find out about that stall owner from the organisers if you'd like. Or maybe Mr. Jatti can step in here.

The food (and other refreshments) was quite nice (one had to buy it, which is how it should be) and the weather was great as well. V-16 (Gogi) and iraghava (Ishan) dropped in too, which was best of all. Gogi, if you'reading this while still in town, let's catch up for some osmosis tomorrow/evening after once you've been a good family man! Ishan isn't around around, he's off to higher grounds for a few days, so no point in trying to get him interested; but he's promised to indulge once he's back! Mr. Zahir Vakil from Poona was also present and a pleasure to meet up with.

Although if you take the cursor over the pix, the names might show up as I've tagged each pic, but am still naming them in the attachment order here as follows:

1. The Carnival ground
2. 1942 Ford GPV, DKW, 1962 VW Beetle
3. 1962 VW 1200 and modded boattail DKW from the back
4. 1957 Chev Nomad
5. 1971 VW 1302, 1959 Ford Zephyr, 1957 Chev Nomad
6. 1977 Yamaha 400
7. Pontiac Silver Streak and Standard Herald from the back
8. Pontiac Silver Streak and Herald Front
9. Velocette
10. 1927 Triumph W

The Ford Zephyr ostensibly belonged to Ms. Hema Malini once upon a time.

There are more pix of the Standard Herald that I'll put in the 'Standard Cars in India' thread; the few that are here are because she's in the frame with the Pontiac SS. The Lambretta pix have already been placed in the 'Lambretta Wanted' thread, so they aren't here at all.
Thank you Sir. Good that you liked the event. Hopefully we will try and improve further in the next Autojumble. Regarding the photograph of a family in a Packard, please let me know if you remember the stall number and I shall definitely give you the contact details of the exhibitor.
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More pictures of the AUTOJUMBLE, just to give an idea of the stalls and parts on display for sale.
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Wow, this seems like a unique one of its kind event ! Wonder if we can have something on similar lines in Mumbai ??
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Wow, looks like an fantastic event,
Are the all cars and bikes shown are for sale ? any prices mentioned ?
I wish I was there.....

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Sounds like it was an interesting event. I can imagine the prices of the items on sale would be way North of the actual values.

Were any parts and cars actually sold ? Those complete ddash assemblies looked great and so did the Ariel Square Four Bore.

By the way the Chevy in picture four of post number 6 is not a 1957 Nomad Wagon but is actually the Chevy 150 Handyman 2 Door Station Wagon.

The Nomad was much classier and rarer with a production of only 6,103 retailing at $ 2,757 where as the 150 which was the base range for 1957 had a production run of 17,528 Handyman Wagons which retailed at $ 2,307.

The main styling differences were the side trim, shape of rear greenhouse and window apart for the interior and engine choices.
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A lot of parts were sold. As a matter of fact some of the stalls carrying used parts were totally sold out. Wheel caps, tyres, mechanical parts, lights were the first to go. There were negotiations on the cars also, but one will only know only when the actual deal takes place. Even assuming that some parts were expensive, it is very rare to find so many parts and suppliers in one place, that too all the parts displayed properly.

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Sounds like it was an interesting event. I can imagine the prices of the items on sale would be way North of the actual values.

Were any parts and cars actually sold ? Those complete ddash assemblies looked great and so did the Ariel Square Four Bore.

By the way the Chevy in picture four of post number 6 is not a 1957 Nomad Wagon but is actually the Chevy 150 Handyman 2 Door Station Wagon.

The Nomad was much classier and rarer with a production of only 6,103 retailing at $ 2,757 where as the 150 which was the base range for 1957 had a production run of 17,528 Handyman Wagons which retailed at $ 2,307.

The main styling differences were the side trim, shape of rear greenhouse and window apart for the interior and engine choices.
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A lot of parts were sold. As a matter of fact some of the stalls carrying used parts were totally sold out. Wheel caps, tyres, mechanical parts, lights were the first to go. There were negotiations on the cars also, but one will only know only when the actual deal takes place. Even assuming that some parts were expensive, it is very rare to find so many parts and suppliers in one place, that too all the parts displayed properly.

Totally agree with you. These kind of events need to be organised on a monthly basis. This will get many others participating, great merchandise will hit the market and in the long run prices will reflect the actual value.

Way to go Sir.
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Here's the DKW "Boat Tail"
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