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VW Bus T4&5+ No. 107

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This is the only magazine dedicated to the late model VW buses from the T4 and T5 on. The magazine acknowledges the evolution of the VW bus and spotlights where this symbol of freedom and adventure has now arrived: the T4 and T5 - taking their rightful place in the family of VW models and carrying on the tradition of quality and innovation that is the ever iconic VW Bus.

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United Kingdom
言語:
English
出版社:
Jazz Publishing
刊行頻度:
Monthly
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welcome

I’ll be honest the whole lockdown thing is beginning to wear thin here at the editorial office, I long to get the Big Bus out and roam free. Again, in the spirit of full and honest disclosure, I must admit in my idle moments I have been acting slightly oddly, well more odd than normal anyway, for example prior to writing this I found myself posting a picture on Instagram of a Lego version of me skiing down a snow covered garden sail. All this slightly odd behaviour got me thinking about VW festivals and how they give all attendees the chance to step outside their normal persona and act, well oddly… A few years ago, I purchased an old army helmet in France, I stencilled my registration number and blood…

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busbrief

Storm Roof Practical Pop-Top Lee Ramsey and Andy Clarke, the men behind eminent Bristol conversion company Summit Motorhomes, have recently started a new company, Storm Pop-Tops. They have been in the industry for over fifteen years and in that time, they have fitted most brands of elevating roof from SCA right through to the cheaper brands. Over time they came to the conclusion that none of the roofs seemed to be the perfect product for what they wanted. They were either poorly made and went out of shape, the canvases were made of the wrong material and leaked, or they were lacking features. Others were just too expensive or didn’t have the availability for Summit to be able to offer build schedules that kept their customers happy. After careful consideration they decided to…

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radio ga ga

“Back in 2018, I found this 2011 model Multivan in excellent condition, it had been well looked after, with a full-service history and was entirely standard. The previous owner had made no modifications and I just fell for its really nice condition, both inside and out. I realised that I’d finally had enough of dull Danish conformity and felt that it was time for me to stand out from the crowd again, like I had done in my previous Volkswagens. I’d bought my first T4 back in 1998 and replaced it with a different one in 2002. In 2004 I found myself involved with the dark side, the air-cooled VW world and bought a 1973 Late Bay pick-up. In turn this was replaced in 2012 with a 1969 Early Bay…

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me and the elephant in chester and the wirral

The Wirral is a place that up until now has passed me by. I’ve heard of it, and know roughly where it is, but what is it like? What have I missed? What’s to do there? I’ve decided it’s time to put things right, so with my campervan George I’m heading to the Northwest to find out. ROWS AND A RIVER TRIP IN CHESTER Before the Wirral we stop first at Chester. It’s an attractive spot with a rich and varied past. The city walls cocoon its medieval quarter, whilst the Saxon, Tudor and Victorian periods are manifest in the city’s architecture. It is famed for its unique 700-year-old ‘Rows’ that house cafes and shops on dual levels, creating two shopping streets in one. It’s a compact place too, so most attractions…

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joshes washes

Josh Thomas has been a car fan all his life, his son Archie who is only four is already following in Dad’s footsteps with a healthy interest in the subject too. Josh’s first car was a Citroen Saxo West Coast 1.4, that had the equipment and styling from the top of the range VTR, but without the extra performance from the 1.6 and the related insurance costs. From there Josh made his first foray into the world of Volkswagens when he bought a MK2 Golf. He was hooked, especially after a trip to the racetrack at Donnington, when he was passed by a red MK1 Golf like he was going backwards. To say he was impressed is an understatement and he vowed to get a similar model himself. He did…

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hot whale

Based in Bangor, Northern Ireland, Whale has been manufacturing heaters for the recreational vehicle industry for over ten years. Their product range also includes water heaters, water systems and utilities for the van conversion market. The Heat Air 3 GT has been specifically designed for T5 and T6 campervans. Devised and manufactured in the UK, it’s powerful, lightweight and compact, promising comfort and quiet operation, and is fitted underneath your vehicle to free up valuable inside space. How does it work, I hear you ask? The Heat Air 3 GT, via the intuitive Heat Control Panel, monitors the vehicle temperature and intelligently selects the optimal heat setting and fan speed to quickly and comfortably achieve the desired temperature, it also offers simple on/off operation. It’s really easy to use, however, behind…