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October Sunday Scramble at Bicester Heritage

Sunday 6th October 9:00am


Event Contact Name: Bicester Heritage

Contact web: http://bicesterheritage.co.uk/events/

Location: Bicester Heritage, Buckingham Road, Bicester, Oxfordshire OX27 8AL. For Sat Nav OX26 5HA

Add to Calendar10/06/19 09:00 am10/06/19 11:59 pmEurope/LondonOctober Sunday Scramble at Bicester HeritageBicester Heritage, Buckingham Road, Bicester, Oxfordshire OX27 8AL. For Sat Nav OX26 5HA

The Trust is taking 4 of our road ready cars to the October Sunday Scramble at Bicester Heritage.  We regularly take a selection of our cars to Bicester Heritage, as everyone knows, classic cars work better if they are used, and the Trust’s Collection is no different. On Sunday 6th October we are taking:

Sir William Lyons’ 1968 XJ6 PHP 42G

1968 Jaguar XJ6 – Sir William Lyons’ personal car

2001 Jaguar XK8 – Union Jack – Press car for the Austin Powers film ‘Goldmember’

2012 XJR Nurburgring Taxi

2012 Jaguar XJR Supercharged ‘Ring’ Taxi

2015 Jaguar Project 7


Bicester Heritage is only about 20-30 minutes away from Gaydon  and so the Sunday Scramble is an ideal opportunity for us to give a few of our cars a bit of a shakedown and fly the flag to a much wider classic car audience who may not have been to the British Motor Museum at Gaydon.

Five years on and the Sunday Scramble is an event of national repute, attracting enthusiasts from across the UK and Europe, offering the opportunity to explore the former RAF Bicester base, the restored wartime buildings and the specialists businesses based here.

This former RAF Technical Site springs to life with a unique mix of vehicles brought by enthusiasts from all over the UK to visit this beautiful location. The specialist businesses of Bicester Heritage throw open the doors to their workshops, showrooms and offices, revealing an ever-changing display of magnificent vehicles from every decade.

N.B. Tickets for all Bicester Heritage events are now available online in advance only, and will not be available on the gate.  Click on the Bicester Heritage link.