An Enthusiast To Be Admired
Maintaining a Bedford HA in sound working order takes plenty of effort, so put your hands together and applaud Jon Myrtle – he keeps four of them on the road.
Paul Williams, from Wrexham, owns a delightful Morris Z van, here is his tale.
Pre- War Post Van
Mike Neale reports on an intriguing 1938 Morris hybrid.
HIGH Hoopes for the Gipsy
Austin believed they could take on the Land Rover with their new off-roader, but it never worked out that way. However, the Gipsy is now much-revered in classic circles.
Back on the road and in daily use.
Meet Beddington Bedstead
That’s the name of this 1971 Bedford CF and he has been rebuilt as a tribute to a coal merchant from the past. The build was carried out to an astonishingly-high standard by owner Paul Bundy. We’ll let Paul tell the story.
The Full Monty
Mike Neale encounters a VW Westfalia camper – a lovely example of one of the most desirable of the splitties.
One Of A Kind – Well, Almost
Bernard Holloway encounters a rare and charming ex-RAF Standard Vanguard ute.
Meet Simon Daly and his A60 Sun-Tor camper.
The – yes, THE – big event of the year.
Ford UTE Just Popped Up
Enthusiast Ronnie Fletcher wasn’t looking for a Popular pick-up when he was on the hunt for a classic, but one session behind the wheel of this rather special 1954 ute and he was convinced.
A Most Amazing Minibus
Brian Culpan encounters a Sherpa with just 80 miles on the clock from new, a vehicle most definitely worth importing.
Sandy Glen certainly experienced a few trials and tribulations with his thames 300e. Here’s his tale – and a highly interesting one it is, too.
It's So Great In Green
But the owner of this austin a55 pick-up had to overcome much red tape to get it back on the road.
Fancy A Pre-War Classic
Plenty to choose from and plenty to think about. Ted Connolly gives a few pointers.
Morris LD is just perfect as a mobile catering unit.