After a long, such a long time of waiting, we finally enjoyed the roaring sounds of hot rods at the Pendine Beach, Wales. 

   Pendine, for those who don't already know, it is England's holy ground (err sand) for speed freaks. Where speed legends such as Malcolm Campbell in his Bluebird or John Parry-Thomas in his BABS set some of the earliest land speed records in the '20s and '30s. Once the cars began to be too powerful for the beach's length, the record attempts gradually moved to Daytona Beach and ultimately to Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah, USA.     

    Big thanks to the organizers behind the VHRA (Vintage Hot Rod Association), Neil, Kahuna and Sidewinders Club for making it all happen. Such a great event! 

    Feel free to check the full set of photos I took at the event on dWrenched official Facebook page, here

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