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Heritage Commercials - October 2004

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Dave’s Doodles - a look at the month through the tired eyes of - Big Ed.

Forever Foden
Chris White loves his Fodens as Alan Barnes finds out.

ECC Transit
Modern classic restored in classicEnglish China Clay’s livery.

Reader's Letters
The readers letters just keep on getting better and better - thanks again.

News & Events
Event, product, book and general news and reviews

Is it really the ex-works Foden? Authentication is always difficult!

Three wheels on my wagon
Scammell Scarabs investigated, photographed and appreciated by Alan Barnes

West Cumbrian Restorers
David Bowers ferrets out the West Cumbrian restoration scene.

Ayrshire Road Run
Reports and pictures as seen through the talented eyes of Gyles Carpenter.

Leyland 120
Pictures - Jeff Colledge, words - Mike Sutcliffe MBE, result -a special tribute.

On Location
A timely centre-fold, a superb Leyland Comet 75 in a working environment.

Straight John Bull
One of the most dramatic restorations ever undertaken together with pictorial evidence.

Magnificent Matador
Devon milk man’s dream fulfilled by the purchase and subsequent restoration of an AEC Matador.

BRS Bristol
Now that’s what we call a caravan holiday, Heritage Commercials style.

Fire, Fire
A two page special, featuring the history and vehicles associated with The Fire Service.

Thornycroft Nippy
What a history! What a conversion! What a restoration - we love it.

We’ll meet again.....
A pictorial revue of the War & Peace Show at Beltring, Kent.

Wheels & Deals
The final part of the true story of NZ businessman and prolific collector of vintage/classic commercials.

Routemaster - A Celebration
We couldn’t let the 50th anniversary of the iconic Routemaster pass without paying our own tribute.

Caption Competition
Humour and prizes abound - go on turn to page 74.