VW Bus T4 & T5+ Magazine 66

VW Bus T4 & T5+ Magazine 66
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Now 66 feels like an auspicious number. I googled it and Wikipedia told me it
was “the natural number following 65 and preceding 67”. Well, even if the Wikipedia
knowledge miners aren’t impressed we hope you will be and here’s why.
Camper Jam! We’ve got seven different people to tell us about their show experience
and then there’s a sixteen-page colour supplement all about the show.
We have a T6 converted by Rockin vans that is… well, Rockin! There are two T5s,
one a white works van that is owned by Andy Briggs known by some as the “Static
King” and a grey camper owned by Simon Clough, who is not related in anyway to
the late lamented Brian. Also inside are three T4s, Dan Lockes’ purple self-build, as
delicious as the products of Cadbury’s, whose colour it’s sprayed in. Darren Whyman
shows us his rusty swamper, which sounds like a euphemism, but is in fact a cool
camper. And finally, feature-wise is Kristian Willets’ OEM+ styled camper, it’s both
subtle, and stylish.
Elsewhere inside we visit Peak Campervan Training to get the lowdown on their
conversion course. We head north to the Mighty Dub Fest, south to visit the Vee Dub
Family at their birthday weekender, before heading into Europe with Gary, Mia,
Hamish and Scoob.
Steve is in the kitchen, baking a cookie cake kombi-nation, Alan is called to Ragley
Hall and David does battle with wee Scottish beasties.
Add news, Bus Kit, Mail Box, Peep Show and Bus Trader and you have a truly
exceptional issue 66, you should probably buy a copy.

Now 66 feels like an auspicious number. I googled it and Wikipedia told me it

was “the natural number following 65 and preceding 67”. Well, even if the Wikipedia

knowledge miners aren’t impressed we hope you will be and here’s why.

Camper Jam! We’ve got seven different people to tell us about their show experience

and then there’s a sixteen-page colour supplement all about the show.

We have a T6 converted by Rockin vans that is… well, Rockin! There are two T5s,

one a white works van that is owned by Andy Briggs known by some as the “Static

King” and a grey camper owned by Simon Clough, who is not related in anyway to

the late lamented Brian. Also inside are three T4s, Dan Lockes’ purple self-build, as

delicious as the products of Cadbury’s, whose colour it’s sprayed in. Darren Whyman

shows us his rusty swamper, which sounds like a euphemism, but is in fact a cool

camper. And finally, feature-wise is Kristian Willets’ OEM+ styled camper, it’s both

subtle, and stylish.

Elsewhere inside we visit Peak Campervan Training to get the lowdown on their

conversion course. We head north to the Mighty Dub Fest, south to visit the Vee Dub

Family at their birthday weekender, before heading into Europe with Gary, Mia,

Hamish and Scoob.

Steve is in the kitchen, baking a cookie cake kombi-nation, Alan is called to Ragley

Hall and David does battle with wee Scottish beasties.

Add news, Bus Kit, Mail Box, Peep Show and Bus Trader and you have a truly

exceptional issue 66, you should probably buy a copy.

 

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