Revenge is sweet
The NSRA, Rods 'n' Sods and Custom Car magazine have joined forces in organising a unique display of show cars from the '70s and '80s at this year's Billing Fun Run.
This promises to be a real trip down memory lane - back to a time when hair was long, flares were wide, and indoor custom shows were the place to be seen.
The organisers are delighted to announce that one of the stars of the show will be appearing in public for the first time in over 20 years, and will actually be in the UK for the first time in nigh on 10 years.
Originally built by Nick Butler in 1975/76, and now owned and fully rebuilt by Spanish resident Roger Fulker, Revenge has rightfully achieved iconic status in the hot rodding world, and was voted Hot Rod of the Century by NSRA members in the year 2000.
Okay, so the colour has changed and the gold lettering isn't there (at least not yet that is), but the rest is the real deal. Nick Butler himself actually describes the rebuilt Revenge as being better than it was originally as Roger has completed some of the detailing he never got round to doing.
Revenge will be on display inside the NSRA hospitality marquee at Billing Aquadrome over the weekend of 8-10 June 2012, along with many other blasts from the past.
Take a step back in time, and join us in remembering the way it was.