Straight off the back of our Street Machines issue, we bring you a brand-new Ford Capri t-shirt design courtesy of Simon Coulson.
The Capri is a sprightly 45 years-old in 2014. Here’s how Ford announced it to the public back in January 1969.
Decorate your computer’s desktop with this week’s wallpaper featuring a Capri 3.0S with Series X goodies in Soho, London.
It’s Wednesday, it’s desktop wallpaper time. Here’s the awesome, ex-Dave McSherry 24-valve Cosworth Capri, photographed by Jon Hill
Winter? Pah, what we need is a little bit of summer for our tired eyes. Here’s the awesome Perana Capri shot in South Africa for the April 2013 issue.
Brighten up your Wednesday with this Turbo Technics Capri 2.8i wallpaper taken from the feature in the September 2009 issue.
Wednesday? Wallpaper time! Here’s Paul Freestone’s stunning Mk3 Ford Capri 3.0S complete with Series X arches. Taken from the full feature in the March 2010 issue.
When Adrian Alderson came across an original Cologne arch kit, there was only one thing to do: create this stunning ETCC Cosworth Capri!
Check out this great video by SC Films featuring rare footage of Ade Brannan’s Project Capri, plus his Saph in action at Grip Day, Driftland. Only it’s not doing much gripping…
Rally Design have had a batch of roller bearing top mounts for Escorts, Capris and Cortinas made to original specs.
It’s official: the world’s greatest classic Ford magazine has a new staff writer – say hello to Jamie Arkle.
Our man in South Africa, Dirk van der Merwe was at the races last weekend – Zwartkops Raceway, in Pretoria to be exact – where he spotted these classic Fords in amongst the tintops in the paddock.
The April 2013 issue of Classic Ford is available now, and UK print copies come with a FREE Burton Power catalogue.
Stuck for something to do this weekend? Head to Race Retro near Coventry.
Silverstone Auctions will be holding a Race Retro & Classic Car Sale on February 23 and included in the sale is this stunning Capri RS2600
Classic Ford’s full feature on the Zakspeed Capri Turbo, now available to download.
The Crossflow-powered Ford Capris can be unfairly ignored in favour of the ubiquitous V6, which could make them the smart choice if you’re looking for your next classic Ford.
The last in the line of Ford’s infamous coupe, the Capri 280 Brooklands has achieved legendary status that has kept its prices high. Download our buying guide to help you find a good one.
Ford is celebrating its British roots each week with a specially-selected picture.
Classic Ford reader, Simon Jaggs has had his Mk2 Capri 3-litre Ghia, which we featured in the August 2008 issue, immortalised in a posh 2012 calendar that has been put together by our own tame snapper, Gerard Hughes.
Freshen up your desktop with one of our latest selection of Classic Ford wallpapers taken from features in the November 2011 issue!
It’s in the shops now. Here’s a detailed look at what’s inside the November 2011 issue!