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Classic Ford

Classic Ford

January 2020

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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13 Issues

IN THIS ISSUE

1 min.
this issue

BEN SZANTO CONTRIBUTOR The revamp of Ben’s Mk1 Cortina is coming along rather nicely, this month receiving a new, custom roll cage. Page 74. DAN BEVIS CONTRIBUTOR Think you’ve seen it all when it comes to 100Es? Dan has something for you in the shape of Rich Lakey’s B-road blaster. Page 32. ADE BRANNAN CONTRIBUTOR Always on a roadtrip somewhere, this month’s involved a visit to a certain Escort Harrier that’s been making a scene. Page 38. How To Contact Us Telephone: 01959 541444 Email: classicford.ed@kelsey.co.uk Write to: Classic Ford, Kelsey Publishing Ltd, The Granary, Downs Court, Yalding Hill, Yalding ME18 6AL, UK…

1 min.
welcome

This issue we celebrate all that’s great and good about the classic Ford scene with our annual Classic Ford Awards special. From the products to the shows, the clubs to the people involved, owning and enjoying classic Fords makes this scene one that we’re proud to be a part of. Most importantly of all, of course, are the cars themselves, and on page 30 we reveal your Classic Ford Of The Year. As ever, it was down to you to vote for your favourite from the 12 nominated (see them all on page 29), and the response was immense, with votes coming in from all over the globe. Here’s to what’s been a cracking year for the classic Ford scene, and what should be an even better 2020. We can’t wait to…

5 min.
re:creation

Name: Alan Strachen Age: 52 Job: boss of AWS Location:Warwickshire, UK Car: 1984 ‘Merkur XR4Ti’ Start condition: bare 909 shell Condition now: final fit up and engine build stage Estimated date of completion: February 2020 Think Ford-badged British and European Touring Cars of the mid-to-late 1980s and it’s the all-conquering RS500s that spring to mind. But wind the clock back just a year or two, and any internet search will fire you down a new wormhole — one based around the Merkur XR4Ti. Yes, the Sierra-shaped and 2.3-litre turbocharged Lima-engined Ford US production car was used as the basis for Ford’s attack on the British and European Saloon Car Championships in 1985 and 1986 — while also sneakily providing parts and development for the impending Cosworth version introduced the in the latter half of the second season. A…

1 min.
out of the ashes

One of the longest-running and most-respected classic Ford specialists suffered a serious fire at their premises last month, destroying almost all their stock. The restoration and parts specialist run by Graeme Worthington, which celebrated its 15th anniversary in 2019, had its two units almost completely destroyed after it’s believed faulty equipment at a wheel specialist next door caught fire — badly damaging six units on the Widnes industrial estate where GS Escorts has been based since 2004. “We’ve lost 90 per cent of our stock of new and used parts, and unfortunately, a couple of our customer’s cars were badly damaged too, though one is saveable. Thankfully, though, no-one was hurt,” reveals Graeme of the fire which made the UK national news. “The support we’ve had from the classic Ford community…

1 min.
coming up

If you need a welcome distraction over the holiday period, then may we recommend popping down the shops on December 27 and picking up a copy of the February edition of Classic Ford to transport you away into a world of Blue Oval goodness? Featuring a whole host of restored and rebuilt Fords, full coverage of Old Skool Ford’s Tour Of The Moor (right), in-depth Escort RS Turbo buyer’s guide, and a whole lot more. The February 2020 issue hits the newsstands and is available to download from Friday, December 27.Why not subscribe to make sure you don’t miss out? Check out our latest offers on page 78 or go online: http://shop.kelsey.co.uk/subscription/CFD.…

1 min.
2020 tickets on sale now!

Hot news! Early Bird public entry tickets are available now from the official Classic Ford Show website at www.classicfordshow.co.uk — £18 per person in advance plus £10 camping on the Saturday night. The Classic Ford Show — Europe’s largest classic Ford event — will take place on Sunday, June 7 at Mallory Park Circuit in Leicestershire. If you love your classic Fords you will love what this show has to offer. There will be all-day track action, breathtaking stunts from the best in the business, 1000s of club cars on display, and we haven’t even touched on all the feature areas at the show! So start working on those project cars now and put this date on the 2020 calendar! Don’t miss out on all of the latest news and…