VW Bus T4 & T5+ Magazine 70

VW Bus T4 & T5+ Magazine 70
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A Maths Lesson
Text: In this issue 3 x 5 = 15 and 3 x 4 = 12, but simple maths never tells the whole
story. The first equation doesn’t tell you for example that 1 x 5 = a Sulphur yellow
camper of the highest quality and the lowest ride. Or that another 1 x 5 = a self-built
home from home for a couple who quit their jobs and headed into Europe for 6
months. It doesn’t tell you that the final 1 x 5 = a chocolate coloured Caravelle with a
retro feel. (We’ve got this far with the whole maths thing, so we’ll push on.) The
second equation doesn’t even hint that 1 x 4 = an investment secured after a
property purchase fell through. Nor does the 2nd 1 x 4 = a suggestion of a candy
apple red camper from the top drawer. There isn’t a sum on earth that would tell you
that 1 x 4 = a shark themed bus that shouldn’t work, but it does, it really, really, does.
Multiply all this with x 2 show reports, a surfing trip to Biarritz, a How 2 on fitting a
sump guard, a Dub Club feature, a campsite review and x 3 columns + all the other
features x 6 new products x 4 Readers Rides, etc.
The conclusion to all this maths?
The magazine = something greater than the sum of its parts.
You should probably buy x1.

A Maths Lesson

 

Text: In this issue 3 x 5 = 15 and 3 x 4 = 12, but simple maths never tells the whole

story. The first equation doesn’t tell you for example that 1 x 5 = a Sulphur yellow

camper of the highest quality and the lowest ride. Or that another 1 x 5 = a self-built

home from home for a couple who quit their jobs and headed into Europe for 6

months. It doesn’t tell you that the final 1 x 5 = a chocolate coloured Caravelle with a

retro feel. (We’ve got this far with the whole maths thing, so we’ll push on.) The

second equation doesn’t even hint that 1 x 4 = an investment secured after a

property purchase fell through. Nor does the 2nd 1 x 4 = a suggestion of a candy

apple red camper from the top drawer. There isn’t a sum on earth that would tell you

that 1 x 4 = a shark themed bus that shouldn’t work, but it does, it really, really, does.

Multiply all this with x 2 show reports, a surfing trip to Biarritz, a How 2 on fitting a

sump guard, a Dub Club feature, a campsite review and x 3 columns + all the other

features x 6 new products x 4 Readers Rides, etc.

The conclusion to all this maths?

The magazine = something greater than the sum of its parts.

You should probably buy x1.

 

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