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2007 Orllwyn Teifi Vintage Show – Croeslan

Posted in Ceredigion,Website Updates by Wheels Near U Team on the September 1st, 2007

The Orllwyn Teifi Vintage Show in Croeslan (between Llandysul and Synod Inn) is in its 19th year this year and its only got better with time! The atmosphere at this local event was second to none and everyone was there enjoying the sun, classic cars, motorbikes, steam engines and a whole lot more.

Wheels-Near-U was there, we had a stand at ringside, several roaming reporters and also two Wheels-Near-U Girls. We would like to thank the organisers for putting on such an excellent event along with the collectors and exhibitors who kindly let us photograph their machines, the Wall of Death team who took our Wheels-Near-U Girl up on the wall, the owner of the Roughneck Monster truck and St.Johns ambulance who bandaged one of the Wheels-Near-U girls when she burnt her arm (not related to the wall of death ride or the monster truck!)

The Wheels-Near-U girls had rides on the Roughneck Monster truck, and one of them dared to ride a motorbike around the Wall of Death! To see more photos please view the gallery!

We took several hundred photographs, of which you can see the best ones in the Orllwyn Teifi Vintage Show Gallery (click any image below or click ‘Gallery’ on top menu.) The following is a tiny fraction of the images in the gallery:

Classic Cars: White Jaguar

Classic Cars: Jaguar Engine

Classic Cars: Red MG

St Johns Ambulance

Wall of Death Croeslan

We would like to say one last thank you to the car, motorbike and steam engine collectors who let us photograph thier prized vehicles, should you have any more details that we haven’t yet added to your vehicles (in the gallery) then please contact us and we can add them.

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  1. Elaine Rees said,

    on September 13th, 2007 at 8:30 pm

    Hi great photos of the show,but a bit disapointed that the photo the girls took of my husband on his disabled scooter isnt there