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Old 16-07-2020, 07:54 PM   #1
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What do we all think of it, guys?

Personally I'm quite impressed! Ok I'm a bit biased as there's a pic of my car in it, but I'd still like it anyway . Starting a new print magazine about anything in these digital days it's a bit of a risk, but to choose to do one about such a niche subject as stock, original, un-messed-with VW's is even more so, I think. Not even all VW people are going to be interested, seeing as it's not going to have anything lowered in it. I'm sure then it's going to have a fairly small readership.

Rob Amos knows what he's doing though. The readership might be small but it'll be loyal, and I think he's made a really good start. Ok the first edition is pretty thin, but the 1st edition of any mag always will be, and he's put some great features together, with good photos. I think it's a great start.
Maybe by the 2nd edition he'll have got some advertisers interested, and it'll have a bit more meat on its bones.

I'll be interested to see the 2nd edition and watch it progress, I wish it all the best.
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