Camper&Bus Magazine – January 2013
The January 2013 issue of VW Camper&Bus is on sale Thursday 13th December 2012
New age traveller – Bay Window: This Bay Window has been in the same family since it was only a few months old. But its recent rebuild brings it bang up to date.
Seven year itch – Split Screen: They say good things come to he who waits, but would you have the patience to wait seven years for your dream Bus?
Home from home – T5: Shaun Hughes needed a place to sleep when he was working away. This converted Panel Van was the answer.
The Rubber Tramp – Bay Window Caravan: Few Buses turn as many heads as this crazy one-off creation. Pick up a copy of this issue as this feature will blow your mind, man.
G’Bay, mate – Bay Window: If you found an unrestored UK Bus in this condition you’d have every right to be happy. But this one had to travel 9,000 miles to get here.
Viva Skeg Vegas: C&B gun for hire, Neil Singleton, takes his beard for a weekend in Skeg.
T2D Bus Boot Camp: A course where you can learn from the experts and then fix it yourself. Perfect!
VW White Noise: C&B’s news ferret packed up his trunk and headed to Norfolk for VWWN 10.
Camperscene: What’s going on in the world of Camper and Buses.
Viewpoint: From praise for TSR to subscriptions to VWt, here’s your month in letters.
Show Us Yours: From wedded bliss to Swedish Wedges, here’s a few of the wild ‘wagens you drive.
Back to mine: Matthew Williams asked us to check out his Subaru-powered Type 25. We like it.
Weekend Away: A puppet and music tour of the east coast of Canada proves everything you’ve ever heard about this area of the world is true. It’s just wonderful.
Road Trip – Scotland to Tuscany: Europe, and adventure, beckoned for the Allens, but not before finishing the restoration of their Camper first…
Hans Klapp’s Know your Campers: Myth busting – Keep your heads down this month as C&B’s mad professor vents spleen over some common VW misconceptions.
How to: Bay Window front brake caliper rebuild – One of the most common mechanical faults on disc brake-equipped Buses is the front calipers not working properly. Here’s how to fix the problem.
On the road: VWs from around the world
Meals in wheels: Steak and Mushroom Tortiglioni
Trinket Pimp: Casting a wry, monocled eye over the VW accessories that floateth your boat, the Pimp sees all but judges not…