VW Bus T4 & T5+ Magazine 65

VW Bus T4 & T5+ Magazine 65
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Back From The Beach 

Title: Back From The BeachText:Right, we’re all back from the beach and raring to go. Issue 65 is the result of ourteam’s newly refreshed and recharged output, six unique buses, three T4s, two T5sand a cheeky Crafter.Biggest first then, Dean Cook’s home built Crafter conversion with a luxuryconvertor’s finish. It’s big, it’s blue and it has an on-board loo! Fives next, two of theblighters, John Emberton’s lavish brown camper, on air, is joined by our cover bus,Rob Kingston’s sublime red Caravelle, simple, stylish, and well, sublime. Finally thereare three fours, anybody thinking twelve at this point needs more holiday, stop whatyou’re doing, pack the van and go camp some more! Anyway, three fours, DannyLilwall’s cool homebrew conversion, Tommy Hughes’ airbrushed Miners tribute busand Steve Barnes’ sand coloured camper, a classic static low, that’s not just forshow.Elsewhere in the magazine we visit, Dubs At The Park, The West’est VW Fest andRun The Ring At The Movies. Gary and Mia set off on a European tour with Hamishin Scoob, (there’s not nearly enough space to explain this, you’ll have to buy themagazine, sorry). Steve checks out a campsite in Stratford, that’s upon Avon not E3,before returning to his kitchen to bake his Kolbenring (again not enough space). Wesent Crawford into the garage to play with Sealey’s new low entry Jack, Alan isplanning and David is talking tippers.There is of course much more, I haven’t for example, mentioned the competition towin one of Innovative Camper Solutions’ clever Loc8 tables, but you’ll need to buythe magazine to get all the goodness.Back From The Beach

Right, we’re all back from the beach and raring to go. Issue 65 is the result of our team’s newly refreshed and recharged output, six unique buses, three T4s, two T5s and a cheeky Crafter.

Biggest first then, Dean Cook’s home built Crafter conversion with a luxury converter's finish. It’s big, it’s blue and it has an onboard loo! Fives next, two of the blighters, John Emberton’s lavish brown camper, on air, is joined by our cover bus, Rob Kingston’s sublime red Caravelle, simple, stylish, and well, sublime. Finally, there are three fours, anybody thinking twelve at this point needs more holiday, stop what you’re doing, pack the van and go camp some more! Anyway, three fours, Danny Lilwall’s cool homebrew conversion, Tommy Hughes’ airbrushed Miner's tribute bus and Steve Barnes’ sand coloured camper, a classic static low, that’s not just for show.

Elsewhere in the magazine we visit, Dubs At The Park, The West’est VW Fest and Run The Ring At The Movies. Gary and Mia set off on a European tour with Hamishin Scoob, (there’s not nearly enough space to explain this, you’ll have to buy the magazine, sorry). Steve checks out a campsite in Stratford, that’s upon Avon, not E3, before returning to his kitchen to bake his Kolbenring (again not enough space). We sent Crawford into the garage to play with Sealey’s new low entry Jack, Alan is planning and David is talking tippers.

There is of course much more, I haven’t for example, mentioned the competition to win one of Innovative Camper Solutions’ clever Loc8 tables, but you’ll need to buy the magazine to get all the goodness.

 

 

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