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Classic Van & Pick Up Magazine

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12 issues per year.
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Current Issue

SUMMER,  released 29/05/2020
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Features: Ford Transit, Commer Camper, Paralanian Profiled

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A handy publication for all Van, Pick-up or Camper-van enthusiasts. Classic Van and Pick-Up is perfect for the classic motoring devotee, whether you love the beautiful vintage VW camper or excellent old British working vehicles.

The articles within this magazine are devoted to all forms of classic van, with greatly detailed examinations of both the vehicles and the owners. Whether you’re a classic van buff who knows all there is, or simply curious about these great vehicles there’s something in this for you, and the well-shot images of the many varieties of buffed and shining van helps you appreciate the intrigue of these antiquated automobiles.

Buy a single copy of CLASSIC VAN & PICK UP or a subscription of your desired length, delivered worldwide. Current issues sent same day up to 3pm! All magazines sent by 1st Class Mail UK & by Airmail worldwide (bar UK over 750g which may go 2nd Class).

This is now my personal favourite magazine for a very specific reason. Not because I love vans (I remain reasonably ambivalent, though can understand the appeal), or because I am interested in their long and no doubt varied history, but because one of the classic vans featured in an article (mabel apparently) comes from near the village I lived in whilst growing up. Yes, I really am that easily swayed.

The name of the village is even painted on the back of the van. This is genuinely the first time I, believe, that I have ever seen the name of my village in a national publication. Makes me feel all warm and proud. The van itself is a rather lovely Morris Minor, and is painted up with detailing from the farm possessed by the owner to give it a nice, old-timey kind of feeling. The nostalgia is so thick that you could cut it with a knife, and it does leave me wishing to have experienced a past from long before I was born.

So, if any magazine editor out there wants a positive write-up, simply mention Henfield (and send me a bribe, I love bribes) and you are pretty much guaranteed a glowing review of your publication. NB


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