VWBus T4&5+ Issue 91 (issue: Issue 91)

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VWBus T4&5+ Issue 91

Transportery Goodness

This month we have another issue packed with Transportery (and Crafter)
goodness. Our first feature is Stu Radford’s stunning grape yellow, T6, pop-top
camper. We’ve been looking forward to featuring Stu’s multiple award-winning bus
for a while now, we think you’ll agree it’s been worth the wait. Our second feature is
Rich Kettle’s hot long wheelbase T4, an elegantly simple tin top camper. Next up is
Paul Ng-A-Manns black T5. Now this is another camper; it looks like a tin-top but has
Hi-Lo stealth roof, the orange highlights really set this bus apart from the crowd. Our
fourth feature is Chris Hill’s T4, with almost nothing left stock, it is a homage to the
80s. Like Marmite, you’ll either love it or hate it, either way it stands out like almost
no other white T4 does. Bus five is Chris Tuckwell’s sharp T5, in Night Blue with
carbon black details. The number plate says hot, but it’s cooler than cool. Our final
feature is not for the faint hearted. Owned by Dean Sharp it’s a bold yellow Crafter,
bigger than big and yellower than yellow it’s a very rare race van built by Holab
Concepts. One thing is certain, you wouldn’t lose it in a car park, assuming you could
get it in one in the first place. We love it! Travel-wise we have two articles this month.
Mike Trippitt and his campervan ‘George’ visit England’s North West coast and
discover miles of beaches, mysterious men looking out to sea, a nineteenth century
pier and a gem of a museum. Then Harriet Carpenter and Dan Ingram conclude their
twelve-month epic exploration of Australia in a self-built T5. Don’t think for one
moment you’ve heard the last of them though, Harriet and Dan now run a conversion
company and we’re promised some further travel pieces as they continue their
‘Vanlife’ odyssey. Our show reports have Anne visiting Beaulieu for their VW-T show,
Steve attending the first ever Custom & VDub show at Scampston Hall and Simon
dropping in on the Berkeley Castle Festival of Transport, a revamp of the old
Berkeley Castle VW show. There is, as ever, loads more inside the covers, but you’ll
need to buy a copy to find out what.

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