A RECORD number of vintage and classic cars drove in this year’s North Wales Walled Towns car run.

The route ran from Denbigh, through Conwy and Beaumaris and finished at the Slate Quay in Caernarfon, last Sunday, where the cars were judged and awards presented.

Video and images by Allan George

Entrants came from all over North Wales, the North West and the Midlands.

The cars ranged from a 1930’s Rolls Royce sedanca de ville, a 1920’s Renault and Fiat, some E-type Jaguars, an Austin Healey frog-eyed Sprite, MGB’s, several TR6s, other Triumph sports cars. A total of 150 cars entered the event.

The vehicles were divided into four categories: cars up to 1930; cars up to 1940, cars up to 1973, and cars post 1972.

Ioan Thomas, chairman of the North Wales Walled Towns Friendship Circle said: "This year's event has sparked a lot more interest than previous years.”

Mayor of Conwy, Cllr Sam Cotton, was taken for a ride in one of the Rolls Royce cars during the stop in Conwy, she said: “It was a fantastic drive.”