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  1. The July 2018 issue of Classic Ford is available in print and to download now, and inside we reveal the top 25 retro power mods you can do to your classic Ford! Plus you'll find an 8-page, pull-out Classic Ford Show preview! Most of us want retro performance— adding power means there’s quite a few necessary modifications allowing your car to cope, transforming it into the screaming monster we all crave. Plenty are the traditional ones that simply update the car and again, we take for granted. For example, the upgrade to electronic ignition. But there’s a lot of stuff you need to sort for an easier life and to provide the building blocks for greater performance. So you get the basics right first, which allows power addition as you go — there’s not much point slotting in a hot cam, sidedraughts and a whopping exhaust if the weak link’s a fuel pump that can’t keep up, nor an ignition system that provides a pathetic spark. With that in mind, we’ve looked at the 25 most-effective retro power mods so you can turn yours into a performing classic. Find your nearest UK stockist of Classic Ford July 2018 issue here: www.seymour.co.uk/storefinder Can’t get down the shops? Order your copy direct from the publishers: http://shop.kelsey.co.uk/issue/list/publication/CFD Live outside the UK and don’t want to wait? Get your Pocketmags Digital Magazine Newsstand edition from here: https://pocketmags.com Also available in digital format from: Zinio iTunes Why not subscribe to make sure you don’t miss out, and save money in the process? Check out our latest subscription offers here: http://shop.kelsey.co.uk/subscription/CFD Thanks, Simon
  2. Classic Ford June 2018 issue is available in print and to download now, and it’s a photography special with expert tips to help you capture your classic Ford in its best light! Right from issue one of this magazine, we understood that the photographs on the page were incredibly important, and 263 editions later, that ethos still applies. But if you’ve ever wondered how Classic Ford’s photographers get such stunning results then check out Ade Brannan’s top tips to photographing your own classic Ford. And the best bit is, you don’t even need to spend a Mk2 Transit-load of money to get good images — even your smartphone is up to the job — which means more pocket money to spend on your project instead… Classic Ford has always strived to use the best photographers, and some of their amazing work can be seen in this issue, as five pick their favourite two images shot for the magazine, plus Graham Robson celebrates Ford Photographic — the late, great Ford UK image archive that commissioned so many of the iconic images we now know and love. Find your nearest UK stockist of Classic Ford June 2018 issue here: www.seymour.co.uk/storefinder Can’t get down the shops? Order your copy direct from the publishers: http://shop.kelsey.co.uk/issue/list/publication/CFD Live outside the UK and don’t want to wait? Get your Pocketmags Digital Magazine Newsstand edition from here: https://pocketmags.com Also available in digital format from: Zinio iTunes Why not subscribe to make sure you don’t miss out, and save money in the process? Check out our latest subscription offers here: http://shop.kelsey.co.uk/subscription/CFD Cheers, Simon
  3. Classic Ford May 2018 issue is available in print and to download now, and in this issue we reveal the first class Fords to watch out for at the shows this summer – and a whole lot more! As this magazine hits the newsstands, the European show season is about to snick into fourth gear and we can enjoy a hopefully dry run of cracking events over the coming months. The build up to the 2018 show season has been long and much-anticipated, with more cars being finished or brought out of hibernation than we can think of for quite some time. To celebrate, we’ve brought together our pick for this Class Of 2018 issue, with all of the cars ready for showing — and driving, of course. Find your nearest UK stockist of Classic Ford May 2018 issue here: www.seymour.co.uk/storefinder Can’t get down the shops? Order your copy direct from the publishers: http://shop.kelsey.co.uk/issue/list/publication/CFD Live outside the UK and don’t want to wait? Get your Pocketmags Digital Magazine Newsstand edition from here: https://pocketmags.com Also available in digital format from: Zinio iTunes Why not subscribe to make sure you don’t miss out, and save money in the process? Check out our latest subscription offers here: http://shop.kelsey.co.uk/subscription/CFD Cheers, Simon
  4. Classic Ford April 2018 issue is available in print and to download now, and it’s all about those crafty classic Fords with a surprise under their bonnets! Like most things in car culture, ‘sleeper’ originated in post-War United States (it’s a hot rod term derived from ‘sleeper agent’ to denote a secret agent who’d gone deep, deep undercover), but these types of cars have been part of the UK automotive scene for almost as long, too. In fact, Ford have been at it themselves for decades — the Lotus Cortina and Scorpio are two obvious examples, but for this sleeper special we’ve highlighted four less obvious examples to get you thinking. The sleeper look has never really fallen out of favour in the classic Ford scene and will probably be with us until, well forever, really. And they’re ever-evolving too, with late ’80s cars now taking inspiration from their elders. Even better, none of the excitement of discovering a sleeper in the metal has been lost, and we’re planning a special display at the Classic Ford Show on Sunday, June 3. Join us. Find your nearest UK stockist of Classic Ford April 2018 issue here: www.seymour.co.uk/storefinder Can’t get down the shops? Order your copy direct from the publishers: http://shop.kelsey.co.uk/issue/list/publication/CFD Live outside the UK and don’t want to wait? Get your Pocketmags Digital Magazine Newsstand edition from here: https://pocketmags.com Also available in digital format from: Zinio iTunes Why not subscribe to make sure you don’t miss out, and save money in the process? Check out our latest subscription offers here: http://shop.kelsey.co.uk/subscription/CFD Cheers, Simon
  5. Hi Scott, It's a currently one-off. Cheers, Simon
  6. Classic Ford presents a brand-new special issue for 2018 – Ford Heritage. On sale now , Ford Heritage is for all owners and enthusiasts of ’60s through to early ’00s Fords and covers the best original and restored classic Fords in Britain and mainland Europe – bringing to life the stories of these iconic Fords and people behind them. Feature highlights from this issue include 35 years of the cult-classic Escort RS1600i, a look inside Ford’s legendary AVO factory, unique Turbo Technics-converted Capri 280 (above), original Race-Proved Cortina Savage (below) plus an in-depth guide to buying a fast-emerging modern classic — the Focus ST170. Written in an authoritative but easy-going style, and with a heavy emphasis on top-quality photography, this 100-page, perfect-bound special issue from the team behind Classic Ford is packed with restoration stories, model and motorsport history, expert buying advice and news about the best events and products to spend your money on. Ford Heritage is available in all good newsagents. Find your nearest stockist here: www.seymour.co.uk/storefinder Or order your copy direct from the publishers: go to http://bit.ly/FordHeritage or call them on 01959 543747. Cheers, Simon
  7. Classic Ford March 2018 issue is available in print and to download now, and it’s all about those (im)possible projects! If you’ve ever pulled opened the door to the garage or lock-up, took one look at that project under the sheet that’s been on the go for far too long, and quietly pulled it shut again, then this issue’s for you. Whether it’s trying out an unknown engine conversion (the Mustang/Coyote-powered Capri), pulling a barn-find (or Outback in this case) out from hibernation and getting it back on the road in record time (Tim Mattison’s seven-day Anglia project), trying to get a project done while working overseas (Ricky Stapleton’s S2000 Escort), or finally completing a build that’s been on the go for almost two decades (Mike Binning’s two-door Cortina Estate), these readers all share their experiences in our Mission: Possible edition and reveal how they came out the other side — and with the keys to a completed car. So with the show season about to kick into action, now’s the time to open that garage door wide and dive straight in. We’re looking forward to seeing the finished result at the Classic Ford Show on June 3! Find your nearest UK stockist of Classic Ford March 2018 issue here: www.seymour.co.uk/storefinder Can’t get down the shops? Order your copy direct from the publishers: http://shop.kelsey.co.uk/issue/list/publication/CFD Live outside the UK and don’t want to wait? Get your Pocketmags Digital Magazine Newsstand edition from here: https://pocketmags.com Also available in digital format from: Zinio iTunes Why not subscribe to make sure you don’t miss out, and save money in the process? Check out our latest subscription offers here: http://shop.kelsey.co.uk/subscription/CFD Cheers, Simon
  8. Classic Ford February 2018 issue is available in print and to download now, and it’s an actioned-packed Homebuilt Heroes special! The backbone of the worldwide classic Ford scene has always been the enthusiast working away in his or her shed, adapting parts to improve their car -right from the 1950s when the whole idea of making Fords go faster became a realistic proposition for the keen DIYer. But it’s not just about tuning and improving Fords in 2018, of course- restoration has such a huge part to play in the build of any classic Ford now -unless you’re extremely lucky! So this issue we’ve thrown open garage doors across the UK to bring you the finest Fords for this Homebuilt Heroes special – and it’s a real mix from a Zakspeed Capri replica to a five-door ‘RS1600’! Of course, if for whatever reason you’re more of a leave-it-to-the-professionals type of enthusiast, there’s no reason to feel left out, and there’s plenty in this issue to inspire you. But if, after reading the mag you feel the urge to grab a spanner and head down the garage, have a go! Find your nearest UK stockist of Classic Ford February 2018 issue here: www.seymour.co.uk/storefinder Can’t get down the shops? Order your copy direct from the publishers: http://shop.kelsey.co.uk/issue/list/publication/CFD Live outside the UK and don’t want to wait? Get your Pocketmags Digital Magazine Newsstand edition from here: https://pocketmags.com Also available in digital format from: Zinio iTunes Why not subscribe to make sure you don’t miss out, and save money in the process? Check out our latest subscription offers here: http://shop.kelsey.co.uk/subscription/CFD Cheers, Simon
  9. Classic Ford January 2018 issue is available in print and to download now, with a brand-new Buying & Restoring Classic Fords special section! Yey, it’s Friday! Celebrate by popping down the shops and picking up the January 2018 issue of Classic Ford, fresh out today! Packed with features on some of the finest Fords from 2018, the Classic Ford Awards plus a brand-new Buying & Restoring Classic Fords section! Find your nearest UK stockist of Classic Ford January 2018 issue here: www.seymour.co.uk/storefinder Can’t get down the shops? Order your copy direct from the publishers: http://shop.kelsey.co.uk/issue/list/publication/CFD Live outside the UK and don’t want to wait? Get your Pocketmags Digital Magazine Newsstand edition from here: https://pocketmags.com Also available in digital format from: Zinio iTunes Why not subscribe to make sure you don’t miss out, and save money in the process? Check out our latest subscription offers here: http://shop.kelsey.co.uk/subscription/CFD Cheers, Simon
  10. Classic Ford December 2017 issue is out now, featuring a 21-page Restoration Special! This summer’s been a belter for old Ford fans (despite the somewhat inclement weather!). We’ve had a cracking run of events, with the Classic Ford Show, Ford Fair and now FordFest being particular highlights. We’re feeling properly inspired for the forthcoming months, and we hope you are too, as now’s the ideal time to knuckle down, do some homework, and make a start on long-put-off restoration project to feed your Blue Oval obsession over the winter. To help you, we’ve put together a 21-page guide to a hassle-free restoration of your next, or even first, classic Ford project car. It’s full of top tips and tricks for everything from bodywork to trim, plus Jon’s revealed the top 10 rot-spots you need to check before you start. And if you need further proof that it can be done, have a good drool over the pictures of all the feature cars in this issue. We’re looking forward to seeing the finished results at the 2018 Classic Ford Show — details of the show have just been announced, see here! Cheers, Simon Find your nearest UK stockist of Classic Ford December 2017 issue here: www.seymour.co.uk/storefinder Can’t get down the shops? Order your copy direct from the publishers: http://shop.kelsey.co.uk/issue/list/publication/CFD Live outside the UK and don’t want to wait? Get your Pocketmags Digital Magazine Newsstand edition from here: https://pocketmags.com Also available in digital format from: Zinio iTunes Why not subscribe to make sure you don’t miss out, and save money in the process? Check out our latest subscription offers here: http://shop.kelsey.co.uk/subscription/CFD
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  12. Classic Ford November 2017 issue is out now, featuring 50 of your projects, restorations and rebuilds! If you need a big dose of inspiration to kickstart (or even restart) your project, then this is the issue for you. A huge number of readers have revealed their 50 projects and it sure makes for an impressive line-up. From the variety of cars – and vans – to the level of work that’s going into them (large and small) it’s great to see. Plus Jon, who’s built more than his own fair share of classic Ford project cars over the years – both for himself and for magazines – has put together an eight-point plan to help ensure that your own Blue Oval project sees the road, show or even track in time for next year’s forthcoming show season. Spring 2018 might seem a lifetime away right now, but actually it’s only seven months until the first of our events – the Classic Ford Tour to the Laon Historique in France – kicks off, and you really want your car on the road for this one… Find your nearest UK stockist of Classic Ford November 2017 issue here: www.seymour.co.uk/storefinder Can’t get down the shops? Order your copy direct from the publishers: http://shop.kelsey.co.uk/issue/list/publication/CFD Live outside the UK and don’t want to wait? Get your Pocketmags Digital Magazine Newsstand edition from here: https://pocketmags.com Also available in digital format from: Zinio iTunes Why not subscribe to make sure you don’t miss out, and save money in the process? Check out our latest subscription offers here: http://shop.kelsey.co.uk/subscription/CFD Thanks, Simon
  13. Classic Ford October 2017 issue is on sale now! Go hellbent for Kent as we celebrate 50 years of the mighty Ford Crossflow engine! Incredibly, the second-generation Kent engine is 50 years old this year, and its simple yet easily-tuneable design meant many of us cut our teeth on working on them — and many still are. You’d be forgiven for thinking that the Crossflow has had its day. Bolt-in kits make more-modern engines like the Zetec a sensible alternative — and let’s face it, on paper they really are. But don’t imagine for a minute that it will fade from view — like the Pinto, the Crossflow will always play a big part in the classic Ford scene, however old it gets. Trends come and go, but the Crossflow will always be there — after all, you can’t beat the sound of a well-tuned example barking away on a pair of 40s. Also inside Classic Ford October 2017 issue: Cortina 1600E buyer’s guide, reader’s two-door Mk1 Zodiac project, massive Ford Fair 2017 photo fest, Escort 1300 Sport restoration, Old Skool Ford Drag Challenge Round 5, your tech queries solved, cars, parts and projects for sale and much more. Find your nearest UK stockist of Classic Ford October 2017 issue here: www.seymour.co.uk/storefinder Can’t get down the shops? Order your copy direct from the publishers: http://shop.kelsey.co.uk/issue/list/publication/CFD Live outside the UK and don’t want to wait? Get your Pocketmags Digital Magazine Newsstand edition from here: https://pocketmags.com Also available in digital format from: Zinio iTunes Why not subscribe to make sure you don’t miss out, and save money in the process? Check out our latest subscription offers here: http://shop.kelsey.co.uk/subscription/CFD Cheers, Simon
  14. The September 2017 issue of Classic Ford is out now! The magazine celebrates its 20th birthday with this special 164-page collector’s edition! Happy birthday to us! Given a major anniversary such as 20 years of Classic Ford, we could have just invited the family round and sat quietly in the corner while an aunt patted our head and said, “My, haven’t you grown?” But we would much rather share it with everyone who has supported the magazine over the years. That is to say we haven’t grown. When the magazine first appeared on the shelves in 1997 it was a mere 100 pages, now mis special edition is 164 pages. And as well as a full issue of your favourite magazine, we’ve crammed in 20 special features with the highlights from Classic Ford’s past two decades and the amazing old Ford scene in general. What has helped make the magazine stand out and thrive all these years is the support from the many readers who have stuck with us as we’ve grown, often guided us, and let us know when we’ve started to veer off the road. Thank you. Welcome to the party, we hope you enjoy it. Find your nearest UK stockist of Classic Ford September 2017 issue here: http://www.seymour.co.uk/storefinder/ Can’t get down the shops? Order your copy direct from the publishers: http://shop.kelsey.co.uk/issue/list/publication/CFD Live outside the UK and don’t want to wait? Get your Pocketmags Digital Magazine Newsstand edition from here: https://pocketmags.com/classic-ford-magazine/classic-ford-255 Also available in digital format from: Zinio iTunes Why not subscribe to make sure you don’t miss out, and save money in the process? Check out our latest subscription offers here: http://shop.kelsey.co.uk/issue/list/publication/CFD Thanks, Simon
  15. Hi, sorry for the delay, here you go: http://shop.kelsey.co.uk/subscription/CFD Cheers, Simon
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