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The details below were supplied for the 2016 Extravaganza, and will be updated for the 2017 Show, however please use the links to contact the respective Section Organisers.

We anticipate around 55 exhibitors for 2016. There will be an active steam working area with several saw benches as well as a steam driven line shaft display. The steam area will be a hive of activity (whether permitting!) with free engine movement and hopefully some engine activities in the arena with timber loading in the traditional manner as well as invitation steering that proved so popular last year .

Amongst the entries for this year's show include the magnificent Fowler showman's engine ''The Lion'', works No. 19782, the engine was new to showman Anderton and Rowland in 1932 and will be seen at the rally doing the job it was built for generating for the fairground rides . We are also pleased to have Burrell showman's engines ''Progress'' and ''The Philadelphia'' again hopefully generating for the fairground . Returning this year after making its debut after restoration last year will be Marshall road loco ''Ben Lomond'' .

Another engine that never fails to impress is Fowler works No. 12906 ''Foremost''. The engine ended up in Southern France following WW1 and was repatriated by SVTEC member Richard Willcox in 2008, and had extensive restoration followed including reinstating the original highly decorative livery after purchase by Joe Walker, .

We expect a number of Steam rollers attending that were once owned by local contractor Barnes Brothers of Southwick, Trowbridge, andwe hope to put on a small display associated with Barnes. An engine making a much welcomed return to South Cedney following mechanical work is Garrett works No. 28410 ''Mercury''. These is just a small sample of the many Showman's engines, steam wagons, rollers and agricultural engines and tractors expected at the 2016 Extravaganza, all moving freely around the steam area.

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Commercial section has 225 entries booked, and we hope to get at least 300 this year, the oldest truck being a 1915 Daimler,
It`s not to late to enter this section, if you have a vintage or classic commercial and have not entered please email this section from the link and an entry form to fill in will be returned. just complete details and and post back asap. You won`t be disappointed at what we have on display.
An American fire truck is booked with the Commercial Section but has been transferred to the Emergency Vehicle section.
Below are few images from last years' 289 vehicles on display most of which will be at South Cerney again this year.

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This year is once again a record one for the Car Club section, with 329 cars booked in and 20 clubs attending.This section will have something for everyone, from cars of the early 1900s to very “modern” classics. Also it will include modified cars and hot-rods.

If you already have a classic car or are thinking of buying one, joining a car club is a very good way of getting more enjoyment from it and many members have found that it greatly improves their social life as well. Therefore please do not hesitate to speak to any of the car club members, as they will only be too glad to talk about it with you and welcome you into their club.

The Car Clubs currently booked to attend the Extravaganza are listed below, however some Clubs will not be in attendance every day of the show.
Gloucestershire MG Owners Club; Atwell Wilson Motor Museum; Nostalgia Car Club; Panhard et Levassor Club GB; The A30/A35 Owners Club; Blakehill Minis; 5 Valleys Mini Club; Colerne Classic Car Club; Glavon TR Register; Swindon Rod N Custom & Cotswold Conrods; Fairford Classic Car Club; Wiltshire Classic Ford Club; Pre-90s Classics; Mini Rebels; Six-Ex Minis; Cotswold Classic Car Club; Citroen Traction Avante Owners Club; Cardiff Classic Car Club; Landcrab Owners Club; Triumph 2000 register


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The popular bus and coach section is this year expecting around 80 vehicles to take part ranging in size from a 14 seat minibus right through to an ex Hong Kong double decker which used to carry over 100 passengers. In pride of place, we will be having our usual line-up of iconic Bedford OB coaches, one of which is travelling up from Devon.

The star entrant so far is a 1940 Daimler COG5 single-decker which was new to Coventry City Transport and has been extensively restored by its current owner. It will be driven to the event from Coventry at a top speed of 45mph!

Following their success at last years show, we are also expecting the return of two open top double-deckers which will be among several vehicles giving free rides around the showground on all three days. Come and enjoy a leisurely ride around the show from the vantage point of the upper deck of a vintage bus!

Timetables of the free services from Kemble Station and Cirencester will be posted on the website closer to the event.

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We are pleased to announce that the 1919 International Titan 10-20 tractor is expected at the 2016 Extravaganza. Owned by the Harris family from the Forest of Dean, the Titan was purchased in 2007 in a very rough state, and has now completed a complete "nut and bolt" restoration over a 4 year period.

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So far this year there are 54 entries and expecting over 100 by the end of July. Rare vehicles include two Russian Uaz vehicles, a 469-not dissimilar to a Land Rover, and a Uaz Trackmaster 452, not unlike a Morris J2 van. A WW2 Paratrooper's bicycle was one of the first to book in, and a Morris Gun Tractor, also WW2. Another rarity expected is an International M.426 articulated tractor unit, built in 1944 in the U.S.A.

We are expecting to repeat last year's line up of large vehicles at the front of the section, Scammell, A.E.C. Matador 10 ton gun tractor, Diamond T tank transporter and a wrecker.

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The Craft Bazaar homes about 20 exhibitors, each one selling home made goods. There is something for everyone here, different types of jewellery from glass, silver, crystal, clay and beads, 3D greetings cards, soft furnishings, glassware, bags & scarves, pens, photos, teddy bears. A wood-turner who not only displays and sells a wide range of goods but also does live demonstrations, this exhibit takes up the whole end of the marquee and is very popular with our visitors. There will be a few new exhibitors to the Craft Marquee this year.  

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