• The Best
    Prices
  • Every issue delivered
    to your door
  • Secure online
    ordering
  • In-house customer
    service

Heritage Commercials - July 2004

£4.80
The price is for UK and Overseas price will be higher. For Overseas prices click here
Europe
£7.30

North America
£7.30

Rest of the World
£7.30


Quantity

Welcome
Craggs chat - a brief review of the month and his general ramblings.

Benton’s Beauty
The story behind this vibrant company, with the spotlight falling on their award winning restored ‘S’ type Bedford.

Pheonix Run 2004 - Stunning
Fabulous scenery, challenging route, strong and enthusiastic organisation - brilliant.

Book Reviews
Informed comment on books submitted.

Scotland the Brave
We go North of the Border to get an insight into the Montrose Military Vehicle rally - a real ‘BLAST’ from the past.

Reader’s Letters - Over to you.

Fun Fair Fun
Two pages to gladden the heart of any fairground enthusiast.

News & Events
Prize winner plus a guide to July’s nationwide events.

London to Brighton
A four page pictorial guide to this years HCVS event, with comments by Alan Barnes.

Chatham Dockyard Revisited
Classic commercial vehicles mingled with the crowds at this years Medway Festival.

On Location
This month’s ‘centre-fold’ is a beauty, taken at Llandudno by our very own Jeff Colledge.

I’m Ok Now
The OK american Oilfield Special was born out of necessity and then buried for 40 years before getting the Jenkinson treatment.

It’s An Ill Wind
Stormy origins of the GPO Engineering Department Vehicle Fleet related byJohn Belt.

Double Devon Delight
Renouned photographer, Geoff Silcock, took a nostalgic bus trip around Devon - wonderful pictures.

Transport In Miniature
The skills and dogged determination to scratch build two coaches from photos puts model builder Bob Clarke in a different league all together.

West Country Wonder
What a beautiful little workhorse this Austin Seven van is and to top it all it has a nice history to.

Llandudno - Brilliant As Usual
Jeff Colledge was despatched to Wales and came back loaded with a report and some fabuloous pics.

Canadian Chevy
This authentic C15 is heading back to Normandy - here are the restoration stories.

‘Hay Up’ Dennis
A really nice story of a hay and straw carrying Dennis Pax restoration with a pleasant ending

Have Wrecker Will Travel
This is part one of an on-going series of stories about recovering classic vehicles

Norfolk Rambing
Memories of a childhood spent going on runs with Dad, led to Phillip Hall ‘taking up’ the steering wheel with Pointers.

Looking Back With Pride
Keith Langston visited the Sandbach Festival of Transport and the sight and sound of the ERFs and Foden’s gave rise to a fascinating potted history of Mr Edwin R. Foden.