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Heritage Commercials - September 2005

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Cover feature
A full restoration story of George Wood's Morris Commercial FV replica Ind Coo e dray, which is hacked by superb pictures by Jeff Colledge.

News & Product Reviews
Tony Hoyland has compiled three pages packed full with information.

Irish Karrier Bantam
This superb restoration is indeed `something to crow about' and the owner's four-page feature is an account by first-time restorer,Keith Lucas and his trials and triumphs.

The Coakes Collection
This is a four-page tribute to, and history of, the Coakes restored fleet and its super-enthusiastic owners, John and June Coakes by Roger Hamlin.

Readers' Letters
Three pages crammed full of your thoughts - compulsive reading.

Events Guide
Where to go, what to see - a comprehensive guide to the month ahead.

Scania Vabis LB76H
Graham Commercials decided to restore this beauty as a tribute to the marque that has brought them so much success over the years.

Waste Not - Want Not
A fascinating look at the successful Grundon Waste Management Ltd, its history and its restored lorries, compiled by Alan Barnes.

On Location
A beautiful centre-spread featuring a Thorneycroft and a Tank Locomotive, an image captured by our own Jeff Colledge.

Pigs In Transit
The spotlight firmly shines on Edwin Tipper, his 300,000-mile livestock transporting Ford Transit and a whole host o restored vehicles - six pages of fact, nostalgia and humour.

Gaydon 2005
A pictorial review of this annual event as seen through the lens of Jeff Colledge.

From The Archive
A collection of advertising material from 1935 including Scammel, Arran, AEC, Commer, ERF and Vulcan with words supplied by Viv Corbin.

My Dad's War
Trevor Harrison has penned this tribute to his `old man' and all war veterans everywhere - I hope you enjoy it.

Bedford J Type Remembered
Alan Barnes went to photograph Glen Nathan's Bedford and came away with some brilliant pictures, its history as well as the company in which it is liveried.

These two well-known ERFs are given the 'once over' by Bob Weir and he learns of their working backgrounds.

Crossley Film star
While out on a racing car assignment, David Bowers came across this wonderful 1915 Crossley which has had such an interesting past.

Cornish Cream
A two-page report of the Cornish Coastal Road Run compiled by Cornish resident, Roger Hamlin.