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Issue 78

VWt Magazine is aimed at owners/enthusiast of the Volkswagen Transporter from the T4 model upwards. The magazine includes features about T4s and T5s, product reviews, road tests, shop tours, road trips, Transporter history and reader’s rides. VWt Magazine is all about reader value. Each issue has 100 pages jammed packed with everything anyone would ever need to know about T4s and T5s and costs just £3.95.

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Kelsey Publishing Group
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find me in da club (rollin’ with the ’dubs)

Just lately I’ve become somewhat fixated with the idea of VWs cruising together to and from events. Those of a similar age will remember it was once a very big part of car show culture, and driving in convoy to Bug Jam and Run To The Sun was a huge part of my youth. In fact, I’d say it was responsible for the obsession with all things VW I live with today. But in recent years the cruise aspect of events has become less and less popular.So a couple of years ago, a group of us set out to find some events that included the aforementioned cruise, or ride out, but all we turned up was Brighton Breeze (London to Brighton) and V-Dub Island (on the Isle of Wight).…

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on planet knighty

• Audi-doodey Spotted this Audi hybrid online and haven’t stopped laughing since • Retro-Westy Westfalia has a long history with VW Camper conversions, but we’ve been checking out some classic Westy caravans this month • Split and polish More and more people are making big diameter versions of classic wheels, like this forged Porsche Fuchs-alike. Innovation at its very best! • Mussel showI’ve been working with Pete ‘the meat’ Simpson on some BBQ alternatives this month, and we’ve been feasting on mussels. ■…

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short black and sides

“put something a little bit custom back into the VW scene” Having built a solid reputation for turning out factory-looking Sport Kombis and traditional Campers based on brand new VW Vans, Dave Garnsworthy at Vanworx decided he wanted to do something different to celebrate his company’s 10th anniversary. As a happy coincidence, VW launched the TSi engine’d T6 at just about the same time. It was a match made in heaven. As with most successful companies, Vanworx has developed a formula for building Vans that both works and its customers clearly love. Evidence of this is the fact the company turn out 50-60 Campers and 200 of its Sport Kombis each year. Dave: “We basically production line everything to make it run efficiently, so…

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meeting of commercial minds

Volkswagen CEO, Dr. Herbert Diess (right), and Ford CEO, Jim Hackett, confirm plans for a merger of minds between the two companies Now this is sure to throw the proverbial cat among the diehard, brand-loyal pigeons, but Volkswagen CEO, Dr. Herbert Diess, and Ford CEO, Jim Hackett, recently confirmed the two companies intend to develop commercial vans and medium-sized pick-ups together for global markets in the future. Through the unlikely alliance, Volkswagen will develop and build a city Van for both companies, while Ford will engineer and build medium-sized pick-ups, which are expected to hit the market as early as 2022. Ford will then take on the engineering and building of larger commercial Vans for European customers of both brands. The big question is what will the…

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news & products

The VolksWorld Show, 23-24 March 2019 The VolksWorld Show is Europe’s largest indoor air-cooled VW show, and includes hundreds of show quality cars, both inside and outside Sandown Park exhibition centre. There are also club stands, traders and a whole floor of swapmeet tables, all complemented by live music and VW-related entertainment throughout the duration of the show. There’s too much to see in a day so why not come for the weekend and camp? It’s the best way to enjoy the show and soak up the atmosphere at leisure. And make sure you bring the family as kids go free and we have loads for them to do! Just remember, weekend camping must be pre-booked via the website prior to arrival, you cannot…

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in box

Free for all Dear VWt, I’ve just returned from the Run To The Hun cruise and wanted to tell you what a great day we had. I took the kids and dog and we drove from Cambridge to King’s Lynn, and then had a really good time cruising with all the other Vans to Hunstanton.The point I really wanted to make, though, is that it was pretty much a free meeting, other than the few quid we donated to charity when we arrived as it was a good cause (Air Ambulance).Last year we spent a small fortune going to some other shows and didn’t have as much fun as we did on The Hun, so in future I’m going to keep an eye out for more club…