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From fast road to ultimate race and rally cars, the Classic Ford February 2022 issue — out now — is dedicated to Ford’s Escort with our 38-page guide to the Mk1 to Mk4.

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It’s well known that out of all the classic Ford models, the Escorts are the most popular — even after all this time.

But even if you’re not a fan you can’t help but appreciate how Ford got both the design so right. It’s a simple but amazingly handsome design, with the tunability of standard equipment and the swapability of other parts which all add up to make it one hell of a car — and with the motorsport heritage to back it up, too.

To celebrate the Escort then, this month we’ve brought you 38 pages of Escort goodness to get your teeth in to. You’ll read, you’ll stare, you’ll drool and I guarantee by the end you’ll want one or want to crack out the spanners on yours.

Also inside this issue
Capri 2.0S: superb, reader-restored Mk3
Lotus Cortina: rare early example found and saved
Granada Mk1: your in-depth buying guide to the much-wanted 1970s classic

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How to get the mag
Find your nearest UK stockist of the February 2022 issue via our Storefinder
Can’t get down the shops? Order your print copy direct from the publishers:
https://shop.kelsey.co.uk/issue/View/issue/CFD312/classic-ford-february-2022
Live outside the UK and don’t want to wait? Get your Pocketmags Digital Magazine Newsstand edition from here: https://pocketmags.com

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

Happy Christmas!

Simon
 

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On 23/12/2021 at 07:18, Arfur said:

From fast road to ultimate race and rally cars, the Classic Ford February 2022 issue — out now — is dedicated to Ford’s Escort with our 38-page guide to the Mk1 to Mk4.

classic-ford-february-2022.jpg

It’s well known that out of all the classic Ford models, the Escorts are the most popular — even after all this time.

But even if you’re not a fan you can’t help but appreciate how Ford got both the design so right. It’s a simple but amazingly handsome design, with the tunability of standard equipment and the swapability of other parts which all add up to make it one hell of a car — and with the motorsport heritage to back it up, too.

To celebrate the Escort then, this month we’ve brought you 38 pages of Escort goodness to get your teeth in to. You’ll read, you’ll stare, you’ll drool and I guarantee by the end you’ll want one or want to crack out the spanners on yours.

Also inside this issue
Capri 2.0S: superb, reader-restored Mk3
Lotus Cortina: rare early example found and saved
Granada Mk1: your in-depth buying guide to the much-wanted 1970s classic

classic-ford-february-2022-contents.jpg

How to get the mag
Find your nearest UK stockist of the February 2022 issue via our Storefinder
Can’t get down the shops? Order your print copy direct from the publishers:
https://shop.kelsey.co.uk/issue/View/issue/CFD312/classic-ford-february-2022
Live outside the UK and don’t want to wait? Get your Pocketmags Digital Magazine Newsstand edition from here: https://pocketmags.com

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

Happy Christmas!

Simon
 

i bought 4 copies, as you do lol

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On 23/12/2021 at 14:45, BIG G said:

Can I ask who made the decision to locate the CF show so far south? does the organizer live local? #madness  

Hi Gordon,

Mallory Park wasn't on the table for this year - and while the new venue isn't central, it does have lots of space and opportunities to try something different. There's camping on-site for the nights either side of the show day to help with anyone travelling a fair distance.

Cheers,

Simon

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