VWBus T4&5+ Issue 73 (issue: Issue 73)

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VWBus T4&5+ Issue 73

The Full Picture

This month our features are: Just SK8 - The story of a cool T5 owned by Paintworx

patron Steven Kirkby; Luxtorpeda – An unusual T4 Doka of polish origin owned by

Karl Brazier; Yorkshire Slammer – A stunning white T5 that started life with its

current owner, Steve Reynolds, as a race bike hauler before things developed;

Classical Ikon – Andy Hall’s T4 is a much-modified family camper, that doubles as a

car club head office and charity fundraiser. Top Dog – Adam and Trisha Bedford’s T6

look stock from the outside, that is until the custom-built dog hotel slide out makes an

appearance, it’s all about New Found love; Your Best Shot – Explains how owner

Neil Clague was repeatedly let down and ended up doing it all himself, including an

unusual Raptor paint job.

If this isn’t enough in The Right Side of The Road - Bridgit Ware takes her T4 on a

trip to Holland, experiencing her first time driving aboard. In The Black Ribbon –

Adam Howard heads west for a winter camping trip in his T4. Adam also went to the

NEC in Birmingham and reports back on the mammoth Motorhome, Caravan and

Camping show for us. Steve ‘Autoholic’ Edwards visited Camper Mart in January and

he reports back on that one too. Finally, Alan visited Kent and Surrey Campers for a

shop tour.

Well, I say ‘finally’ but there’s still much, much more. In the three columns, Steve is

making Pizza pockets, Alan is thinking ahead and David is wondering where all the

adventurers have gone. Andrew is back at Wessex Vans to learn how that 450bhp

TSI 6R+ gets its power. Not forgetting a competition to win one of Bulldog Security’s

excellent steering locks, then there’s the readers’ rides, the news and new products.

If you really want to get the full picture you’re gonna need to buy one or maybe you

should just get a subscription, it’ll be a lot less bother in the long run and save you a

few quid too.

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