Donald Trump’s UK visit may have been in the headlines, but when it comes to Anglo-American special relations, nothing could have trumped this year’s outstanding 2018 Stars & Stripes show.
It was one of three car shows bought by Classic American’s parent company Mortons last year and this was the first time it had been run by Mortons’ show team.
The weekend was made all the more special because it marked a double birthday celebration – with the show itself and Classic American magazine both reaching 30 years of age. The two have been bought together in the show’s new name: the Classic American Stars & Stripes show. The celebrations included giveaway flags, beer mats, a pick-up newspaper and great subscription offers on the Classic American stand.