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Classic Ford

Jul 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

Welcome

GAINING TRACTION • Your projects: Six years in, Gordon Laird’s super-impressive, RS2000-powered and four-wheel-drive Fiesta project is coming together. It’s like nothing you’ve seen before...

HOLMAN MOODY HERITAGE GT REVEALED

CLASSIC MUSTANG GOES ELECTRIC

10 YEARS AGO

Terminally-rotten old Fords

5 YEARS AGO

THE WORLD IS YOUR LOBSTER, TERRY

WHERE TO GO IN JULY

COMING UP INSIDE THE AUGUST 2022 ISSUE

CLASSIC FORD TOUR 2023 DETAILS ANNOUNCED!

PRODUCT OF THE MONTH

ClassicFordShow

VISIT WWW.CLASSICFORDSHOW.CO.UK

HOW TO GET THERE

DREAM MACHINE • Having wanted a rear-wheel drive Series 1 for years, Glen Sexton has finally built one just the way he wanted —which means 350 bhp of Cosworth power and perfect looks...

THE DOs AND DON’Ts OF ENGINE SWAPS • Six simple tips to help make that transplant as painfree as possible...

BIG CAT ENERGY • With muscle car styling and a whacking great blower perched atop an unexpected engine, this Cortina is guaranteed to raise eyebrows — and pulses.

TEN CLASSIC ENGINE SWAPS • Pinto, Essex V6, Zetec, 302 V8... they’re all here. Time to get swapping.

ENTER THE DRAGON • Barking with a cacophony of VTEC-inspired revs and with a bite to match, Chris McNair’s stunning Mk1 is a martial artform.

CLASSIC FORD TRACK EVENING • Charlies, Barn, Gooseneck... Cadwell’s corners kept you on your toes at our first track session.

GRANADA COUPE • Ford Heritage: The Mk1 Granada Coupe was Ford’s archetypal 1970s luxury tourer. And with a stellar resto and a few special touches, this South African survivor is a fine example of the breed.

ClassicFord

MAILBOX

YOUR CARS

ClassicFord

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

CFTECH

ANTI-ROLL BARS • We take a closer look at what anti-roll bars are, how they work, and how an uprated one can improve the handling performance of your classic Ford.

Gavin’s Mk1 Cortina • Gavin’s back on with his two-door Estate, and this time its the turn of the rear end.

EXPERT CLINIC • TROUBLE WITH YOUR FOUR? SEND IN YOUR QUERY AND WELL SORT IT OUT

OIL COOLERS • Because oil that’s too hot can be dangerous for your classic Ford’s engine.

RACE BRED • Broadspeed is synonymous with racing in the 1960s, including several 105E Anglias. Mike Koskela managed to track down and now own one, which he’s carefully brought back to original Group 5 spec.

100 MPH FOR 7 DAYS • With the Mk4 Zodiac launch imminent, Ford quickly needed a headline-grabber. Time to dust off the record books, then!

How to Remove an engine • Discover how straightforward a CVH engine is to remove from a Mk2 Fiesta XR2 — Wayne atThe Blue Oval Rescue Centre reveals all.

DIAMOND LIFE • Reader’s restoration: Bryn Ilsley wanted the best Mk1 Capri out there, and this 10,000-mile 1600XL was the perfect starting point.

INSURANCE TIPS • There are lots of ways you can keep insurance premiums down. Here are 10 tips on how you can do it effectively and still come away with the right policy for you and your classic Ford.

ZEPHYR SIX MK1 • Hugely important for Ford, the Mk1 was technologically advanced for its time. Here’s what to look for if you fancy a...


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

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: June 9, 2022

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OverDrive Magazine

Languages

English

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

Welcome

GAINING TRACTION • Your projects: Six years in, Gordon Laird’s super-impressive, RS2000-powered and four-wheel-drive Fiesta project is coming together. It’s like nothing you’ve seen before...

HOLMAN MOODY HERITAGE GT REVEALED

CLASSIC MUSTANG GOES ELECTRIC

10 YEARS AGO

Terminally-rotten old Fords

5 YEARS AGO

THE WORLD IS YOUR LOBSTER, TERRY

WHERE TO GO IN JULY

COMING UP INSIDE THE AUGUST 2022 ISSUE

CLASSIC FORD TOUR 2023 DETAILS ANNOUNCED!

PRODUCT OF THE MONTH

ClassicFordShow

VISIT WWW.CLASSICFORDSHOW.CO.UK

HOW TO GET THERE

DREAM MACHINE • Having wanted a rear-wheel drive Series 1 for years, Glen Sexton has finally built one just the way he wanted —which means 350 bhp of Cosworth power and perfect looks...

THE DOs AND DON’Ts OF ENGINE SWAPS • Six simple tips to help make that transplant as painfree as possible...

BIG CAT ENERGY • With muscle car styling and a whacking great blower perched atop an unexpected engine, this Cortina is guaranteed to raise eyebrows — and pulses.

TEN CLASSIC ENGINE SWAPS • Pinto, Essex V6, Zetec, 302 V8... they’re all here. Time to get swapping.

ENTER THE DRAGON • Barking with a cacophony of VTEC-inspired revs and with a bite to match, Chris McNair’s stunning Mk1 is a martial artform.

CLASSIC FORD TRACK EVENING • Charlies, Barn, Gooseneck... Cadwell’s corners kept you on your toes at our first track session.

GRANADA COUPE • Ford Heritage: The Mk1 Granada Coupe was Ford’s archetypal 1970s luxury tourer. And with a stellar resto and a few special touches, this South African survivor is a fine example of the breed.

ClassicFord

MAILBOX

YOUR CARS

ClassicFord

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

CFTECH

ANTI-ROLL BARS • We take a closer look at what anti-roll bars are, how they work, and how an uprated one can improve the handling performance of your classic Ford.

Gavin’s Mk1 Cortina • Gavin’s back on with his two-door Estate, and this time its the turn of the rear end.

EXPERT CLINIC • TROUBLE WITH YOUR FOUR? SEND IN YOUR QUERY AND WELL SORT IT OUT

OIL COOLERS • Because oil that’s too hot can be dangerous for your classic Ford’s engine.

RACE BRED • Broadspeed is synonymous with racing in the 1960s, including several 105E Anglias. Mike Koskela managed to track down and now own one, which he’s carefully brought back to original Group 5 spec.

100 MPH FOR 7 DAYS • With the Mk4 Zodiac launch imminent, Ford quickly needed a headline-grabber. Time to dust off the record books, then!

How to Remove an engine • Discover how straightforward a CVH engine is to remove from a Mk2 Fiesta XR2 — Wayne atThe Blue Oval Rescue Centre reveals all.

DIAMOND LIFE • Reader’s restoration: Bryn Ilsley wanted the best Mk1 Capri out there, and this 10,000-mile 1600XL was the perfect starting point.

INSURANCE TIPS • There are lots of ways you can keep insurance premiums down. Here are 10 tips on how you can do it effectively and still come away with the right policy for you and your classic Ford.

ZEPHYR SIX MK1 • Hugely important for Ford, the Mk1 was technologically advanced for its time. Here’s what to look for if you fancy a...


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