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Classic Ford

Apr 01 2022
Magazine

Classic Ford is rammed full of expert technical features, the best feature cars from across the world, a dedicated motorsport section plus all the news, products and information you'll need from across the entire classic Ford scene. Please note: This digital version of the magazine does not currently include the covermount items or content you would find on printed newsstand copies

THIS ISSUE • Out and about with our band of Blue Oval-loving writers and photographers.

Welcome

LAST RIGHTS • Your projects: By all accounts, this Escort XR3i should have been scrapped, but as one of the last UK-registered examples, Kurt Tann knew he had to save it — and give it some retroin-spired touches at the same time.

ECO FUEL: FALSE ECONOMY? • Drivers’ accounts on E10 fail to stack up against Government claims

RUSTY CORNER • Terminally-rotten old Fords

NEW BANGERS & CASH SERIES

THROUGH THE TREES

FORD DROPS OUT OF TOP TEN

ENTER THE 2022 GREAT UNVEILING

COMING UP • INSIDE YOUR SPRING 2022 ISSUE

WHERE TO GO IN APRIL

PRODUCT OF THE MONTH

SUBSCRIBE TODAY

Classic Ford Show IS BACK! • Your guide to the must-attend event for all classic Ford enthusiasts — back for 2022!

UNDERCOVER ESCORT • Don’t be fooled by the understated looks, perfect paint and comfy interior; this Mk2 is packing trick suspension and a 260 bhp NA YB.

BUILT NOT BOUGHT • With several top-notch Escort builds behind him, Frank put all his experience into this Mk2 project.

Top 5 BUILT NOT BOUGHT TRICKS • There’s nothing like getting stuck into a new project or revamping an existing one. We look at five good reasons for doing it yourself.

RHYTHM SECTION • Thanks to some subtle but radical body mods, this off beat Pop dances to its own (Zetec SE-powered) tune.

BUILT NOT BOUGHT • Mike’s been messing with old Fiords for years, so his latest project was always going to be different.

RULE OF SIX • Inspired by the Savage Cortinas, this now carefully-rebuilt Cortina 1600E has a long relationship with V6 power.

BUILT NOT BOUGHT • The idea of a Mk2 Cortina with a V6 really appealed to John, but he was hoping for one in better shape…

SCOTTISH FORD LIVE • Ford Live is back and bigger and better than ever thanks to a classic turnout.

Fresh Steel • Simpler is better, reckons Jacob Cooper, and his super-clean, tuned 2-litre Mk3 Capri on steels pays testament to that.

TRIPLE FANTASY • Ford heritage: Owning your dream car is a genuine life-goal for most of us. But three of them? That’s extremely ambitious…

LETTER OF THE MONTH

YOUR PHOTOS • Cars, roadtrips, shows, tattoos… share your images right here.

ClassicFord • Ford Live, Knockhill, September 25

YOUR CARS • THE BEST OF WHAT'S DROPPED IN OUR INBOX THIS MONTH

Next month • See these and so much more in the Spring 2022 issue of the world’s biggest and best-selling Ford magazine!

Classic Ford

CFTECH

MK4/5 CORTINA • Often overlooked when it comes to modifying old Fords, the later Cortinas actually have bags of potential. Here’s why.

AIR SUSPENSION • This month we look at how it’s simple to flick between a spot-on ride height for shows and everyday usability at the touch of a button; we speak to Air Lift Performance to get the lowdown on air suspension…

JOIN US ON THE 2022 CLASSIC FORD TOUR

Simon’s Mk1 Cortina • The Mk1’s much-needed front suspension upgrade didn’t quite go as planned — but it turned out to be for the better…

IN THE WORKSHOP • The Classic Ford fleet: our projects and rolling restorations

EXPERT CLINIC • TROUBLE WITH YOUR HORD? SEND IN YOUR QUERY AND WE'LL SORT IT...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 132 Publisher: Kelsey Publishing Group Edition: Apr 01 2022

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  • Release date: March 17, 2022

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Classic Ford is rammed full of expert technical features, the best feature cars from across the world, a dedicated motorsport section plus all the news, products and information you'll need from across the entire classic Ford scene. Please note: This digital version of the magazine does not currently include the covermount items or content you would find on printed newsstand copies

THIS ISSUE • Out and about with our band of Blue Oval-loving writers and photographers.

Welcome

LAST RIGHTS • Your projects: By all accounts, this Escort XR3i should have been scrapped, but as one of the last UK-registered examples, Kurt Tann knew he had to save it — and give it some retroin-spired touches at the same time.

ECO FUEL: FALSE ECONOMY? • Drivers’ accounts on E10 fail to stack up against Government claims

RUSTY CORNER • Terminally-rotten old Fords

NEW BANGERS & CASH SERIES

THROUGH THE TREES

FORD DROPS OUT OF TOP TEN

ENTER THE 2022 GREAT UNVEILING

COMING UP • INSIDE YOUR SPRING 2022 ISSUE

WHERE TO GO IN APRIL

PRODUCT OF THE MONTH

SUBSCRIBE TODAY

Classic Ford Show IS BACK! • Your guide to the must-attend event for all classic Ford enthusiasts — back for 2022!

UNDERCOVER ESCORT • Don’t be fooled by the understated looks, perfect paint and comfy interior; this Mk2 is packing trick suspension and a 260 bhp NA YB.

BUILT NOT BOUGHT • With several top-notch Escort builds behind him, Frank put all his experience into this Mk2 project.

Top 5 BUILT NOT BOUGHT TRICKS • There’s nothing like getting stuck into a new project or revamping an existing one. We look at five good reasons for doing it yourself.

RHYTHM SECTION • Thanks to some subtle but radical body mods, this off beat Pop dances to its own (Zetec SE-powered) tune.

BUILT NOT BOUGHT • Mike’s been messing with old Fiords for years, so his latest project was always going to be different.

RULE OF SIX • Inspired by the Savage Cortinas, this now carefully-rebuilt Cortina 1600E has a long relationship with V6 power.

BUILT NOT BOUGHT • The idea of a Mk2 Cortina with a V6 really appealed to John, but he was hoping for one in better shape…

SCOTTISH FORD LIVE • Ford Live is back and bigger and better than ever thanks to a classic turnout.

Fresh Steel • Simpler is better, reckons Jacob Cooper, and his super-clean, tuned 2-litre Mk3 Capri on steels pays testament to that.

TRIPLE FANTASY • Ford heritage: Owning your dream car is a genuine life-goal for most of us. But three of them? That’s extremely ambitious…

LETTER OF THE MONTH

YOUR PHOTOS • Cars, roadtrips, shows, tattoos… share your images right here.

ClassicFord • Ford Live, Knockhill, September 25

YOUR CARS • THE BEST OF WHAT'S DROPPED IN OUR INBOX THIS MONTH

Next month • See these and so much more in the Spring 2022 issue of the world’s biggest and best-selling Ford magazine!

Classic Ford

CFTECH

MK4/5 CORTINA • Often overlooked when it comes to modifying old Fords, the later Cortinas actually have bags of potential. Here’s why.

AIR SUSPENSION • This month we look at how it’s simple to flick between a spot-on ride height for shows and everyday usability at the touch of a button; we speak to Air Lift Performance to get the lowdown on air suspension…

JOIN US ON THE 2022 CLASSIC FORD TOUR

Simon’s Mk1 Cortina • The Mk1’s much-needed front suspension upgrade didn’t quite go as planned — but it turned out to be for the better…

IN THE WORKSHOP • The Classic Ford fleet: our projects and rolling restorations

EXPERT CLINIC • TROUBLE WITH YOUR HORD? SEND IN YOUR QUERY AND WE'LL SORT IT...


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