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Whilst looking for somewhere to hold their 2015 show the DubFiction crew decided to go back to basics and hold it at their monthly meet location, the confusingly named The Bull I’ th’ Thorn.

No, it’s not a typo. The Bull I’ th’ Thorn is a real place; a pub with an adjoining campsite located in Buxton in Derbyshire and the location for the DubFiction show this past summer. It’s also the most confusingly spelt show location we’ve ever seen! The location might be confusing but the choice sure isn’t. DubFiction actually holds its monthly meets at The Bull I’ th’ Thorn site and figured it would make a great location for its show this year. It wasn’t wrong either, even the weather played ball and there were loads of cars in attendance from all over the area and from further afield too. Cars like…

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Welcome to the Cool Britannia issue. The UK scene continues to push boundaries, bring out ideas and develop trends and put simply, blow our collective minds. So we thought it was about time we put together a special issue packed full of some of the UK’s finest cars to drop over the last year. With the flawless execution of Martin Barker’s restomod’d two-door Audi 80 to Jim Offord’s impeccable Mk2 G60 and Carl Levy’s homegrown Mk1 Caddy we’ve got the old school covered. And with Shaun Lewis’ ever-evolving T5 and Craig Levens’ incredible Mk5 we’ve got the new school wrapped up too. We haven’t forgotten the smaller Dubs either, Jamie Jackson’s 400bhp Lupo is a real giant-slayer and Jake Belfied’s carbed Mk2 Polo Coupe proves you don’t have to build a Golf to take the showfield by storm. Like the cars themselves, PVW magazine continues to grow, push boundaries and hopefully, inspire people as it goes. We’re in this together, and it’s a great place to be, Enjoy the issue.