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    Corbridge Classic Car Show

    Just a heads up on this one if you weren't aware of it , the Corbridge Classic Car Show on 2nd July 2017, went last year and it was worth visiting and filling in 3 or 4 hours
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    Quite an interesting share about the Corbridge Classic Car Show. I am sure it was a successful event. We recently were the part of vehicle decoration expo and I presented my vehicle wraps business over there. It turned out to be highly beneficial for us.

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