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VWt Issue 83

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.

Country:
United Kingdom
Language:
English
Publisher:
Kelsey Publishing Group
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13 Issues

IN THIS ISSUE

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leave it like ya found it

I’m fresh back from the Isle of Wight Festival (see p82) as I write this and, whilst I had a great time, I was left with a slightly sour taste in my mouth by the unfathomable amount of rubbish left on site by revellers. This got me thinking about VW events and how, on the whole, we’re quite a tidy bunch. I don’t want to sound like a green freak as my car collection alone means I’m far from ecologically sound, but the sheer carnage left in the campsites really hit home. So much for tree-hugging festival goers, huh? However, this event has nothing on last year’s Reading Festival, where some 60,000 tents were left behind, with an estimated value of over £1million. Environmental concerns aside, maybe I’m just too tight to…

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on planet knighty

• Go big (top) In hindsight, my new blue and red awning may be a tad too big… • The little things… 3D-printed cup holders for project T5 are my new favourite thing • Stop it like it’s hot When two calipers just don’t cut it • Mud pluggin’ Gotta feel for those stuck in the mud at Bristol Volksfest • Feel the force Lovin’ the wrap on this Stormtrooper Transporter • Tilt ’n’ slide Electric sunroof grafted into the bonnet, because scoops are so last year • Supersized Spotted this extra-long wheelbase T4 on eBay recently. What a whopper!…

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vwt

EDITORIAL Editor: Paul Knight Email: paul.knight@kelsey.co.uk; vwt.ed@kelsey.co.uk Art Editor: Initial G Sub Editor: Mike Pye Contributors: Mark Walker, Aaron ‘Algoo’ Good, Andy Saunders, Gordie Woollacott, Peter Simpson, Matt Woods, Lee Cant, Jolly Jim, Rich Grant, Jamie Hearne, Andrew Thompson ADVERTISEMENT SALES Hill View Media Ltd Ben Foster, Director 01366 728 488 07976 256 205 ben@hillviewmedia.com Amy Wattam-Foster, Senior Sales Executive 01366 728 488 amy@hillviewmedia.com Liz Murray, Sales Executive 01366 728 488 liz@hillviewmedia.com PRODUCTION A.T. Graphics kelseyclassic@atgraphicsuk.com 01733 363485 Copy Production Manager: Melanie Cooper 01733 362701 MANAGEMENT Managing Director: Phil Weeden Chief Executive: Steve Wright Chairman: Steve Annetts Finance Director: Joyce Parker-Sarioglu Retail Distribution Manager: Eleanor Brown Publishing Operations Manager: Charlotte Whittaker Senior Print Production Manager: Nicola Pollard Print Production Manager: Georgina Harris Print Production Controller: Alicia Stewart Audience Development Manager: Andy Cotton Brand Marketing Managers: Debra Hagger and Nikolas Lovely Events Manager: Kat Chappell PRINTING Warners Midlands…

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velvet on the ground

For most people, the first step on the route to modifying a VW Van will be a new set of wheels, maybe some coilovers and a few bolt-on accessories. Less likely is to put their Van on hydraulic suspension, with tubbed wheel wells and an engine raise, but that is exactly what Marcus Saunders has done to his work Van. And it’s a T5, too. Marcus is no stranger to the VW Van world, as he has another T5 he describes as “quite nice”, though judging by this Van we imagine it’s a little more than just ‘nice. But from our encounters with him at shows and on the photoshoot we’ve come to realise he is quite a humble man. You see, the other Van is a bit of a project in…

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kent vw festival

SITUATED JUST OFF THE A2 AT COLDRED, Kent VW Festival is now in its eighth year and is aiming to be bigger and better than ever. Mixing VWs, music, traders and a funfair all into one big, family-orientated event, where kids under 16 get in for free when accompanied by a paying adult. Over the years the KVWF stage has been graced by the likes of Coco and the Butterfields, Funky and the Two Tone Baby, DJs Slipmatt, Mike Fox, Doozer Mc Dooze, Mordeci and Derencho, The Bram Stokers, Caution Horses and many more. This year’s show is no exception, with Toploader and Adamski headlining, together with over 15 live acts, ranging from folk to rock, pop to old school DJs. Not forgetting Saturday’s night ‘Skools Out’- themed fancy dress disco with…

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buying power

AFTER 30 YEARS IN THE VW SCENE, the team at Just Kampers has decided to launch a new product into the Volkswagen marketplace that will allow people to realise their VW dreams. So whether it’s a stock classic Transporter or an all-singing, all-dancing modified T6 you have your eye on, JK’s new finance package can help make it a reality. Up until now there haven’t been any dedicated finance options available for this kind of thing. Even where finance has been available for, there has been a general lack of knowledge and understanding of specific VW types and their values. On top of which, products have typically been laden with hidden fees, excessive terms and conditions and high APR interest rates. Just Kampers Finance addresses all these issues, and can now offer a…

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