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Heritage Commercials - September 2004

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Welcome
Another set of Dave’s doodles - a brief look back over the month and his general ramblings

James & Son
Following several letters concerning James & Co - here is the definative guide to the company.

Leyland Lynx tanker
Another feature by Alan Barnes who gives us the vehicles history, backed by superb photography.

Carnival Time
A nostalgic look back by Chris Woodcock at lorry drivers input into the carnival atmosphere.

Leyland PSI & PS2
Dave Craggs takes a look at the Montgomery family’s fabulous Leyland PSI & PS2 buses.

Volvo F88 ‘290’
Another fabulous restoration by Bob Bayliss and Alan Brunton on this Swedish classic.

Leyland Comet 75
With the Leyland ‘120’ celebrations taking place this year, what better time to look at the Comet.

Events Guide
What’s on nationwide in the Autumn.

Reviews
Jeff Colledge scans the pages to bring you a review of this months Books and 2005 Calender.

Bedford WS
A ‘tongue-in-cheek look at an award winning 1932 Bedford WS 30 cwt ‘treacle carrier’.

Rally Round-up
A six page review of rally and run events from all corners of Great Britain in brilliant colour.

1954 or 2004
This month’s centre-fold is taken over by Alan Barnes with a pictorial look-back at Chatham dockyard.

General Motors at War
Military Historian David Hayward reviews the GM C60X 6x6 along with some terrific action pictures.

Readers’ Letters
Over to you.

Thornycroft Tanker
What started as a field-find fuel tank led to the resurrection of this fabulous little tanker.

Morris Commercial PV van
Tony Hoyland visited a retired Spilsby (Lincs) restorer to feature his Morris Commercial PV egg van.

Motoring Cavalcade
Andy Moore reports on the Motoring Cavalcade which took place in Fife, Scotland.

Poynton - Part II
The Poynton Towers Yard farm project was the home of many vehicles in restoration, but no more.

ERF C15
Hereford haulier, John Newman tells the story of his ERF to David Bowers.

Wheels and Deals
A close-up of Bill Richardson and his museum - one of the worlds largest privately owned collection.

Caption Competition
The winner gets a Corgi model of Eddie Stobart’s curtain-sided MAN and the runners up get three cans from the new 3-IN-ONE professional range - not bad eh!