Latest Issue: August 2014 - Issue 177
On the Road
John Greeves looks back at those intrepid adventurers who travelled overland to India in the 1960s and ’70s
Austin-Morris EA Ambulances
Ron Henderson looks at ambulances built on what some would think an unlikely chassis.
Malcolm Bates reports on a successful Classic Commercial Show at Gaydon, which he thinks has a great future.
Pictures from Alan Woolley, Leo Pratt, Alan Graham and Mike Forbes help us remember some well-known vehicles.
Caught in Time
More of Allan Bedford’s photographs of lorries at work in the 1980s, which are history already.
Scenes Past – Spreading Everywhere
Mike Forbes has selected some pictures from the Stilltime Collection of di¬fferent lorries in the Adams Butter fleet.
100 Years of Guy Motors
Malcolm Wright and Robin Hannay conclude the history of the company and the buses and trolleybuses it produced.
A look at a splendid transport museum you could visit on your holidays.
Remembering the RT
For the 75th Anniversary, Les Edwards has sent us some interesting pictures of these classic buses in their hey-day.
We have reports and pictures from contributors on a total of nine more di¬fferent rallies in this issue.
A selection of events in the coming month where Vintage Roadscene readers should see the sort of vehicles which interest us.
We comment on some books and models which we think will appeal to readers.
Scene and Heard
Your letters, stories, memories and comments on recent articles.
What’s planned for the next issue?
Tailscene – Indiaman
Tying in with our ‘On the Road’ feature, we have pictures of an earlier vehicle, specially built for the overland trek.