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Heritage Commercials - November 2004

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Dave’s Doodles - a look at the past month and life in general from ‘Big Ed’.

The long & winding load
Roger Hamlin was, in his own words, ‘gobsmacked’ when he first saw this roadtrain!

Buyer beware
A tongue-in-cheek look at buying elderly commercials by Denis Chorlton, ably illustrated by Ivan Wilding.

Reader's Letters
You’ve done it again - another brilliant batch of your letters.

News & Events
Events, book and general news and reviews.

Topless Queen Mary
Having got your attention, lads, Alan Barnes celebrates 40 years of the ‘Queen Mary’s’ existence.

Fire - do something Dennis!
This magnificent Dennis fire appliance spent most of its working life abroad in Ceylon and Gibraltar.

Albert’s roof
A fascinating look at inventor Albert Gray’s 1923 bus sliding sun-roof, by Viv Corbin.

A dream come true
As a boy, William Hunter was inspired by the sight and sound of the Hague eight-wheeled Atkinsons - now he owns one in their livery, reports Neil Mitchell.

On location
The atmosphere of road runs is captured for you by renowned photographer Malcolm Rannieri.

Steaming at Dorset
A pictorial review of this year’s world-famous Great Dorset Steam Fair.

‘Yes, sir, that’s my baby’
An A30 or A35 has been involved at some time or other in all of our lives. Alan Barnes reports on a beauty.

Woodies - a definitive guide
When researching his own Woodie, Colin Peck became absorbed by these dual-purpose vehicles. Here are his findings.

Chevvy haulin’ bevvy
This unique ex-drayman’s Chevrolet has been immaculately restored in the livery of its first operator.

Biggar Albions
Bob Weir reviews a gathering of Albions at Biggar and takes a brief look at the marque’s history.

Ripe for restoration!
Colin Martin takes another look around Gloucestershire for more hidden treasures - he certainly found some.

Suffolk survivor
John Hobbs takes an informed look at an ex Suffolk ‘S’ Type Bedford restored in farmer’s trim.

Bournemouth to Colerne
Alan Barnes takes a look at this year’s road run with the usual fabulous results.

Caption competition
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