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Heritage Commercials - February 2002

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Lottie in the Forest - Peter Durham photographs an AEC Matador that’s just been restored in a four-year labour of love.

May We Sell You a Coach, Sir? - Andrew Webster tells how W. S. Yeates of Loughborough sold coaches 50 years ago.

Two Fodens, £60 Each! - Jim Wilkie couldn’t believe some of the bargains to be had at an H. J. Pugh sale in November.

AEC Magic! - Jeff Colledge brings a mouth-watering treat for AEC fans.

Bedford VAL: the Prototype on Test - The Bedford VAL was the most innovative coach of the 1960s. With some rare archive pictures, we bring a facsimile of an Experimental Engineers’ Progress Report.

The Dennis F7 and F8 Fire Engines - ‘Firemaster’ continues with his record of the famous Guilford-built products.

Schhh...Guess What We Found? - Jim Murphy tells of the discovery of a genuine ex-Schweppes Atkinson Borderer tractor unit.

Restoration in Practice - Mike Berry tells the story of his own former Leeds City Transport AEC double-decker.

Eight by Four! - Our three-page gatefold pull-out features a stunning line-up of eight-wheelers in British Road Services livery pictured by Peter Durham.

A Run to Remember - Zena Stansbie looks back at last year’s West Coast Road Run, a happy and memorable event that was also tinged with sadness.

Another Brick in the Wall - Matthew Richardson puts the words to some great archive photographs of the delivery vehicles of the old Marston Valley Brick Company.

Roadside Ramblings - The once-ubiquitous Ford E83W delivery vehicles are recalled, with another great photograph from Peter Durham.

Goods in Transit - The second part of our feature about the trend-setting Ford Transit family.

‘Seeing Red’ - Corgi’s latest original omnibus Midland Red offerings deserve much more than a mere review - so that’s what they get!

K6 - Austin’s Unsung Hero - Starting a new military vehicle section, Ken Rimell praises the oft-forgotten wartime Austin K6 six-wheeler.

The Tiger that Lost its Roar - Ken Rimell attends the launch of a restored German Tiger Tank - and finds it can’t even muster a miaow!

End of the Road - Mike Berry visits Great Strickland, Cumbria, where an era has ended with the termination of Taylor’s coaching operation.

A ‘Six’ to Savour - David Bowers tells of the painstaking restoration of Richard Cresswell’s 1961 AEC Mustang.