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Classic Ford

Apr 19

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

Country:
United Kingdom
Language:
English
Publisher:
Kelsey Publishing Group
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this issue

DAN BEVIS CONTRIBUTOR Dan dreams of a roadtrip to the Isle Of Skye (see page 34), and preferably at the wheel of Dave Mills’ reborn RS2000. Page 24. JON HILL CONTRIBUTOR It’s finished! Jason and TJ’s Cortina hits the road just in time for breakfast. But what’s the next project going to be? Page 90. ADE BRANNAN CONTRIBUTOR Ade’s found the perfect classic Ford for his Euro-trips in Callum Hynd’s 24-valve Sierra, and we have to agree. Page 48. ■…

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how to contact us

Telephone: 01959 541444 Email: classicford.ed@kelsey.co.uk Write to: Classic Ford, Kelsey Media, Cudham Tithe Barn, Berrys Hill, Cudham TN16 3AG, UK www.classicfordmag.co.uk ■…

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welcome

Roadtrips are the best. As much as I enjoy the rare opportunity to spend some time in the lock-up tinkering away, there’s nothing like the excitement of setting out early and hitting the road in your classic Ford — especially if it’s going to one ones you’ve not driven before. It’s one of the reasons I still really enjoy going on the Classic Ford Tour (see page 22) after all these years. It’s the sense of adventure and the uncertainty about whether the car is going to make it home or not. I jest, well unless one of Ade’s cars is involved.If you need some motivation to get your classic Ford out of the garage and on the road in time for the Summer, there are 50 of them…

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pair game

Name:Vincent Lane Age: 31 Job: Plasterer Location: Essex Car: 1983 Fiesta Popular Plus Start condition: Primed bare shell Condition now: Painted shell midway through fit up Time taken so far: 2.5 years Estimated date of completion: Summer 2019 Name: MartinWilliams Age: 31 Job: Mechanic Location: Croydon Car: 1982 Fiesta 1300 GL Start condition: Complete standard car Condition now: Midway through fit up Time taken so far: Owned for 12 years Estimated time of completion: Summer 2019 When it comes to building classic Fords, it’s not much fun on your own. Especially during the winter, the thoughts of heading out into the garage are enough to put even the hardest car builder off. But if you’ve got a reason for going there — like…

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the race to 50

The Capri’s 50th birthday will be celebrated at this year’s Silverstone Classic event as part of a special race and one-off trophy — the latter presented by arguably the most famous Capri racer of them all. “THE CAPRI WAS VERY IMPORTANT TO ME, AND IT HANDLED REALLY, REALLY WELL. JUST A BRILLIANT MOTOR CAR” Gordon Spice was a class winner in the British Saloon Car Championship for five successive seasons from 1976 to 1980 — driving Capris to 24 outright victories in the process. Now 78, he’ll be awarding the Gordon Spice Trophy to the first Capri past the finishing post in the Historic Touring Car Challenge race at this year’s Silverstone Classic.“I’m absolutely delighted to have been given this honour,” says Spice. “It is always wonderful to…

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products

DIGITAL TYRE INFLATOR £39.99 Ring Automotive Ring’s Rapid Digital Tyre Inflator is ideal for Classic Fords — it can inflate a 13 inch tyre from 0 to 35 PSI in just 2 minutes, and has a large digital screen, making it easy to see readings in any light conditions. The auto stop will automatically stop inflation when the pressure is reached, and it had a quick set dial to make accuracy even easier. The inflator will also store the set pressure, ready for future tyre maintenance. Powered from the in-car 12-volt socket, it has a 3.5-metre cable to help reach tyres all around the vehicle and comes with storage case and three piece adaptor kit, and includes spare valve caps and latex gloves. Contact: www.ringautomotive.com…

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