This years Orllwyn Teifi Vintage Show marked the 20th year of the events running and was an excellent weekend for all, despite the unhelpful weather conditions the show continued to run where possible and was visited by a huge number of spectators and show participants.
Wheels-Near-U was there for the whole weekend catching all of the action as it happened, we would like to thank the organisers including Derrick Davies for an excellently clean and well serviced site and for a fair few tows’ in and through the mud!
As per last year you can see all of the Orllwyn Teifi Vintage Rally Photographs in our Orllwyn Teifi Vintage Rally 2008 gallery and there is also a 2007 Orllwyn Rally gallery for those who want to look back on last years show!
Its not long until the next annual Orllwyn Teifi Vintage Show so we thought we would take a look back at last years show and remember all the amazing things there!
This years show is set to be even bigger than last years with last years Wall of Death, New Tank Rides & a Tractor Pull. Its the 20th Orllwyn Teifi Vintage Show and takes place on August Bank Holiday 2008 – Sunday 24th & Monday 25th with a Vintage & Collectables Auction at 12 Noon on Saturday 23rd August 2008.
Wheels-Near-U will be there to document the show and will also have a ringside area – We hope to see you there!
This year Wheels-Near-U reporters took on the International British Motorshow, taking over 600 photographs of some of the finest supercars, most original concept cars and most anticipated motors to be released in the last and forthcoming years.
Some of the best bits included the Supercar Paddock, home to several Pagani Zonda’s, a Koenensigg, several astounding Ferrari’s including a classic F40 – a chance to sit in the new Nissan GTR, a heavily anticipated car heiled a supercar killer for £50,000 (Second generation datsun/skyline.) as well as several exceptional concept cars, the Genesis Coupe from Hyndai – the Peugeot Concepts and a fantastic Alfa Romeo Stand featuring 2 new 8C’s.
As well as ExCel london being a superb venue for the motorshow there was also a number of other attractions such as powerboats, a ride in a Caterham 7 driven with umpf and the Honda Theatre of Dreams show.
If you weren’t lucky enough to make it to the British Motor show this year we would certainly recommend it for next year, you might even see us there!