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  1. 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
  2. Hi, sorry for the delay, here you go: http://shop.kelsey.co.uk/subscription/CFD Cheers, Simon
  3. Hi Phill, We do feature original cars every issue. The Heritage features are always on restored, standard cars plus there's the buyer's guide. Thanks, Simon
  4. It’s hot off the press and out today – welcome to the Classic Ford August 2017 edition! Can you remember your first time in a turbocharged car — that addictive surge as the boost kicked in? While Ford made a point of channelling that addiction into their performance line-up in the ’80s, for some there’s a need to take things even further. Retro-fitting a turbo set-up to a classic Ford used to be a fairly complex and often expensive task, but not necessarily anymore. Whether it’s taking a complete package such as the ever-popular Cosworth YB and associated running gear, like Wayne Cullum has done with his exquisite Mk1 Escort, or putting a kit together using a series of easily-available components such as Chester Sportscar’s clever Mk3 Capri, there’s something for every budget in this bumper-boosted edition. Before that though, we report back from a sizzling Santa Pod and the Classic Ford Show with quite possibly the biggest and most-varied line-up of show and club cars yet, and proof that the old Ford scene has never been in ruder health. Find your nearest UK stockist of Classic Ford August 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
  5. Yes, that's a fair comment. Cheers, Simon
  6. It’s fresh out today, and the print and digital editions are available right now. Welcome to the Classic Ford Summer 2017 issue! This sizzling Summer edition celebrates our two favourite days of the week, with a particularly fine assortment of readers’ feature cars restored, built and rebuilt to make the most of Saturdays and Sundays when the roads are slightly emptier. We’ve also metaphysically probed the brains of leading tuners to create six build recipes for engines suited for the weekend blast, and if that’s not enough, run through the top 10 things to do on a weekend, too. Phew! We’re also not long back from the Classic Ford Tour – a long weekend in Germany, and a particularly good one we think, even if it didn’t quite go to plan for one or two of us! Plus we pay tribute to the late great Timo Makinen, reveal what to look for when buying a Mk1 Cortina GT, and much, more more. Find your nearest UK stockist of Classic Ford Summer 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
  7. The July issue Classic Ford has hit the newsstands and is available to download right now, and in this bumper 164-page issue we go back to the ’80s with a whole host of special features! Plus you’ll also find the exclusive and official 40-page guide to this year's Classic Ford Show! Find your nearest UK stockist of Classic Ford July 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
  8. The Classic Ford June 2017 issue has hit the newsstands and is available to download right now, and in this issue you’ll find a complete guide to the 16-valve engine revolution taking place in the classic Ford scene – and a whole lot more! Find your nearest UK stockist of Classic Ford June 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
  9. Hi Dan, Cars sound great - can you email a few pics? simon.woolley@kelseymedia.co.uk Many thanks, Simon
  10. The May 2017 issue of Classic Ford has hit the newsstands and is available to download right now, and in this issue we reveal seven first class Fords to watch out for at the shows this summer – and a whole lot more. Plus inside Classic Ford May 2017 we profile legendary race team manager, Alan Mann, give you the lowdown on buying a Mk1 Cortina, and show you how install electric power steering. Find your nearest UK stockist of Classic Ford May 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
  11. Hi Dean, Looks like that's the best price at the moment, sorry. The other option is a digital subscription through Pocketmags at 46.99 AUD for the year, plus you get the mag as soon as it's published: https://pocketmags.com/classic-ford-magazine Simon
  12. The Classic Ford April 2017 issue has hit the newsstands and is available to download right now, and inside we celebrate the art of building a manic street sleeper – and a whole lot more! Most people like surprises – the nice ones like an receiving unexpected gift or an unannounced holiday. But by contrast, most people who drive modern so-called performance cars definitely don’t like the surprise of being caught unawares by a classic Ford hiding something interesting under the bonnet – even more so when it’s at Santa Pod and there’s a large crowd to witness the humiliation. We’d like to think the word sleeper was invented for classic Fords — no other marque arguably lends itself quite so well to the wolf in sheep’s clothing look. The Fiesta Popular Plus, Granada L, Escort Ghia… they’re all shopper-spec — or are they? This issue’s dedicated to the art of the sleeper — of building cars with a secret. We’ve given you a few tips to get started with our build guide, but the real lessons come from the four examples featured. Never has the phrase ‘Don’t judge a book by its cover’ been more apt. Plus inside Classic Ford April 2017 we profile the awesome Andy Rouse, give you the lowdown on buying a Mk3 Transit, reveal the ins and outs of tuning Ford’s 1600 EcoBoost engine, and show you how to replace wheel bearings. Find your nearest UK stockist of Classic Ford April 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
  13. The Classic Ford March 2017 issue has hit the newsstands and is available to download right now, and inside we go global with six of the best classic Fords from around the world — including that Mk1 Cortina V8 from the USA – and a whole lot more! Plus inside we profile the awesome Ari Vatanen, give you the lowdown on buying a Mk2 Escort RS2000, document the restoration of a stunning Anglia 105E, and show you how to fit bike carbs to your classic Ford. Find your nearest UK stockist of Classic Ford February 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 Classic Ford February 2017 issue has hit the newsstands and is available to download right now, and inside we reveal why classic Fords are you radical rebuilds of choice! Plus inside we explore the man behind the legend – the late, great Roger Clark, and there’s a full feature on a stunning tribute to his 1976 RAC rally-winning Cossack RS1800, you’ll find an in-depth guide to Ford’s awesome 1-litre EcoBoost engine, and the lowdown on fitting rack and pinion steering to your Mk1 Cortina, and a whole lot more. Find your nearest UK stockist of Classic Ford February 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
  15. The January 2017 issue of Classic Ford has hit the newsstands and is available to download right now. A handling special, inside we show you how to give your classic Ford the suspension in craves. PLUS the print edition comes with a FREE 2017 poster calendar! Find your nearest UK stockist of Classic Ford January 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
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