WHAT’S INSIDE THE JULY 2016 ISSUE OF ULTRA VW?

Click here to check out preview pics from the July 2016 issue, which will be available to purchase via newsstand/retailers in the UK from June 30th (or pre-order online now!)

(* Don’t forget… UK subscribers should receive this issue before it hits the shops 😉 )

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From the Editor….

There’s one car in this issue which I was particularly keen to feature, largely because it played an influential role in my formative years of VW enthusiasm. I’m talking, of course, about James Russell’s ‘Kid Dean’ squareback. As a young car fan, I spent many evenings flicking through Colin Burnham’s Air-Cooled Volkswagens book, and I think it’s safe to say that this chopped, red squareback is quite possibly the reason I became such a big fan of the Type 3. In fact, I’d hardly seen anything printed about them at that point! Remember, there was no internet, and the only Type 3s I’d ever seen were boring, stock vehicles, which were still be used as haulers (remember, this was the ’80s!). Anyway, I’d been following the story of the resurrection of this car via Facebook and was happy to catch up with James once completed. In fact, it was an honour to be able to sit in, play with and check out a car, which is still one of my all-time favourite VWs even after all these years. Chatting to James, it was clear that we had been influenced by many of the same vehicles, hence I’m sure that there will many others of a similar age (!) that will remember the car, too. If it’s new to you, I hope you like it as much as we do, too!

If you haven’t had a look before, point your browser to facebook.com/ultravwmagazine or follow links from our website www.ultravw.co.uk and, while you’re there, why not share a photograph of your car? Don’t forget a few details, too (as we all want to know what motor it’s running, which modifications have been made etc!).

Or, if you’re more of an Instagram fan or a Twitter tweeter, that’s all good, too! Just add #ultravw to your posts and we’ll be able to find you!

If we get enough interest, we’ll pull out our favourites and print them in a future issue… who know, we might even send out a few prizes for the best reader-submitted images!

Drop me a line info@ultravw.co.uk  PK


 

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