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Classic Ford

Spring 2019

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

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Kelsey Publishing Group
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this issue

MIKE JOHNSON CONTRIBUTOR Mike’s Mk1 Fiesta project ekes ever so slowly closer to returning to the road. Read his latest update over on page 86. JON HILL CONTRIBUTOR Jon catches up with Steve and Roy at Southern Carbs for this issue’s tuning and upgrading guide, starting on page 48. ADE BRANNAN CONTRIBUTOR Where did we send Ade to shoot this issue’s cover and main feature? To The Car Cave workshop, of course. Page 36. …

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He makes it all sound so straightforward in the feature, but we all know that converting the Mk1 Cortina bodyshell from a four to a two-door was a major undertaking for Dave Greenfield (see page 22). We’ve seen it done a few times before with varying degrees of success, but I think it’s fair to say that this is the best execution we’ve had the pleasure of featuring, and even the most dedicated of Mk1 spotters would be hard-pressed to tell.It’s this willingness to ‘have a go’ that makes the classic Ford scene so great, in our eyes. Whether it’s creating a spot-on Resto Mod like Dave’s, digging deep, deep, deep into annals of Ford’s motorsport history to uncover the identity of an RS500 Touring Car (page 90), or…

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the time is now

Name: Neil Dawson Age: 38 Job: bodyshop owner Location: Lochgelly, Fife Car: 1983 Mk2 Granada 2.8 Ghia X Start condition: in need of complete restoration Condition now: shell in for paint then final fit up Time taken so far: six months Estimated date of completion: late March Is 2019 the year the Mk2 Granada finally gets taken seriously as a bona fide classic? If this mammoth restoration project is anything to go by, it’s damn well looking that way. We’ve seen — and featured — some impressive reader-restored Mk2s in the past, but this is one of the first second-generation Granadas we’ve come across that’s undergoing an extensive (we’re talking over 3000 hours) rebuild at the hands of professionals. The facelift 2.8 Ghia X is currently enjoying major remedial…

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shine on

The Show & Shine competition returns to the Classic Ford Show at Mallory Park Circuit on Sunday, June 2! The concept of the Show & Shine is simple: if you’ve got an amazing, pre-1999 classic Ford, then you could be in with a chance of winning some great prizes, and take home a trophy, too! Whether your car is an impeccably-detailed rebuild, track day demon or highly-tuned track weapon we want it to take pride of place at the centre of the UK’s premier classic Ford event. How to enterGo to the Classic Ford Show website at www.classicfordshow.co.uk fill in the online form, then upload a couple of images of your car, and the show organisers will then select the top 20 cars from these entries and invite them…

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Show date moved! Due to a flooded showfield, the Kent’s All-Ford Show, originally scheduled for April 28 has now been moved to Sunday, July 21. More info from www. kentsallfordshow.co.uk. Few places remain! There are just a handful of places left on the Classic Ford Tour to northern France on May 24-27. Reserve your spot now 01732 879153.…

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back in the day

5 YEARS AGO MAY 2014 When it comes to transplanting a more-modern four-cylinder Ford engine in your classic Ford, the Zetec was, and still is, the number one choice. The May issue gave over a big portion of its paper to showing how to buy, install and even turbocharge one, as well as detailing John Webster’s rather-impressive and suitably-powered Mk2 Cortina. Plus with Summer on the way we revealed what to look for when buying a Crayford Corsair — surely the perfect top-down classic cruiser? 10 YEARS AGO MAY 2009 A decade ago we were celebrating the Capri’s 40th (a couple of months’ late, mind) with Dave McSherry’s recently-finished 24-valve Mk1 fronting the cover and kicking off the birthday features— still one of our favourite ever…