Vintage World Summer 2019

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In this Issue :-

1940s Weekend at the Kent and East Sussex Railway – Featuring Miss holiday Swing, Adam Hoffman and ‘My Favourite Things’ (MFT are also this issue’s cover girls).

Victoria Bass – The story of one of Vintage World’s favourite retro singers.

Steph with cars at Leeds Castle – Steph falls in love with two Rolls Royce an MG and a racing car.

Rolls Royce of Picnic Cars – Kamie demonstrates a unique car with unusual picnic seats.

Four pages of pictures of War and Peace Revival stars from the past six years including :- Tiffany (Cilla Black) of Sincerely Yours, Rosy Apples, Kitten Von Mew, Cassidy Janson, Amy Baker, Holly Foster,Viv the Spiv, Scott Elvis, Jive Aces with Holly Chambers, The Dulcettes, Adam Hoffman and many more.

Rock & Roll by Rebecca Hurd with Bamboozle & Marty Wilde.

Did Ike ride in this Suberb Rolls in 1959 – Abby demonstrates this 1958 Silver Cloud One.

Vintage Music and Fashion with Cream Teas. – Loo Lous Vintage Fairs. Cars with the Stars. Holly and Victoria, the Dulcettes in a rare 1929 Rolls Royce Sedancalette 20-25 and Sincerely Yours with a James Young Silver Dawn.

Meet Viv – Your Local Spiv – A three page feature of Viv by author Richard Holdsworth who wrote the evacuee book ‘Six Spoons of Sugar, a War and Peace hit from 2014.

Bob the Painter. – The amazing Bob Humphreys who paints much sought after pictures of old London buses. An auctioneer’s dream to find one of these among his lots.

Only One of these in the Country – A very special Ford Anglia owned by Terry Faine

A Life in Bondage – By publisher of the longest running Bond magazines. – “The Bond movies changed cinema totally. Before Dr. No there wasn’t anything so hard hitting.”

Glamour from the 1964 Photo Fair.

Special photo-feature on a great singing trio ‘My Favourite Things’.

Tiger Lily – The story of a Leyland Royal Tiger, once owned by Bournemouth Corporation and its conversion and restoration into a fabulous Tea Bar.

Retro pin-ups.