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Wheels Day after party

You’ll probably have already read Editor Ben’s report on this year’s Wheels Day event in last month’s issue. While there’s not much more to say about the event itself, for us, the day went a little better than the Classic American staff committed to the trade stand. Once we’d had a look around, as usual we left Rushmoor Arena and headed over to nearby North American

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