Camper&Bus Magazine – Summer 2012
The Summer 2012 issue of VW Camper&Bus is on sale Thursday 26th July 2012
Beauty Freak – Split Screen: VW bores like to harp on about one-year-only models, but you won’t find a more unique VW built in 1975 than a Fleetline.
Tubular pursuit – Type 25: Splits and Bays are all well and good but, when you want something with character to get to the beach fast, Rob Rees’ Panel Van hits the mark.
Camper fantastic – T5.5: If you have the money, you can buy a top-of-the-line VW Camper from VW, but it won’t be anything like this. The ‘Benleys by Vanworx’ raises the bar again.
Natural beauty – Bay Window: RHD Late Bays might mean rusty to you and I but, when you’re talking about Australian Kombis, it can mean something completely different. This all original Bay is a perfect example.
Too low to go – Split Screen Single Cab: Having driven over 800 miles to get to a show, Mirko Huttker was told by the Austrian police his newly restored Bus wasn’t road legal because it was too low. How bonkers is that?
Product focus: Campers are great but if you need more room then an awning is a must-have. Here’s a selection of the cool awnings and related gear to make camping easier
Camperscene: What’s going on in the world of Camper and Buses.
Viewpoint: From Lego to pop-tops to captions, here’s your month in letters.
Show Us Yours: From rubbery Buses to snowdrops, here’s a few of the wild ‘wagens you drive.
Back to mine: Pete the Panel Van -Jim, Tor and Grace
Weekend Away: The New Forest is one of Englands jewels. And what better way to enjoy all it has to offer than a brand new T5 Camper.
Road Trip – A Bay, a baby and us: Passport? Check. Ferry tickets? Check. Oil? Check. New baby… While most people spend their first few weeks with a new-born baby panicking at home, Antje and Bruce Saunders set off for Germany.
Hans Klapp’s Know your Campers: This month our crinkle cut Bus geek turns his undivided attention upon the T4 Caravelle and Caravelle Limousine.
How to: Revive paintwork – Whether you have an original paint Bus, a neglected repaint, a new paint job with some orange peel, or even paint that looks like it was applied with a roller, this applies to you. Here’s a few tips to get your paint looking tip top,
Shop tour – VW Anticks: With a passion for VWs and “doing it right”, it was a pleasure to meet the VW Anticks’ team.
Meals in wheels: Mushroom stroganoff
Trinket Pimp: The VW accesories that floateth your boat!