In the magazine this month are some cracking buses. In order of their
appearance, we have Scott Godwin’s 4-motion T6, built to his spec by Dirty
Weekender Adventure Vans specifically for his hobby. Don’t forget to check out the
excellent graphics on this one. Warren Fells’ stunning blue T4 on Hydros is next, with
killer wheels from Image and many other nice little details, it is a beauty. The third
bus is Bruce Hutchison’s lovely two tone T5, this was on display at Camper Mart
recently and those that attended will attest to its quality.
Speaking of quality, the next bus is a true ‘High Roller’. Built by Rolling Homes to celebrate their tenth anniversary, company and bus owner, Mark Cooper, threw everything at this bus, regardless of cost. The result has no hint of vulgarity and is a paragon of good taste and style. When juxtaposition is king, Matt Redfern’s truly amazing Apocalyptic T4 comes out of its nuclear bunker to make the point.
Finally, German Dennis Lüdecke’s simple and stylish take on a slammed T5 makes an appearance. It’s a ‘hands across the water’ job, with the bus receiving Lowdown Transporters seal of approval. Elsewhere in the magazine, Anne went to CJL Leisure to take a look at this unusual company who are building an excellent reputation as well as excellent vans for action sport aficionados. Also, we report on the shows Vanwest and Dubs In The Valley from last year and Camper Mart from this. Steve goes to Anglesey and Mike ventures across the channel to Holland for the first time. To know more you’ll have to buy a copy.