Before computers, iconic Ford cars were dreamed-up by teams of designers using traditional drawing tools and their own ‘trained eye’
Back in the ’50s, if you wanted to go fast in a Ford, you bought a Raymond Mays-converted car. Jason Blott’s Mk2 Zodiac is a tribute to those times.
Ford is celebrating its British roots each week with a specially-selected picture.
Wind the clock back to 1965 and check out Ford’s original launch film for the Mk4 range. Cheesy? Oh yes!
As revealed in the January 2011 issue of Classic Ford, here are our favourite photos from 2010 — taken from features in the magazine, and available for you to download as desktop wallpapers. Enjoy!
November 28 sees the start of a new monthly meet for Mk2 Consul, Zephyr and Zodiac owners and enthusiasts alike to come together to show off their cars.
Ford delivered its rivals a serious bodyblow in 1950, as the new decade marked the introduction of the Mk1 Consul/Zephyr Six/Zephyr-Zodiac range.
Freshen up your desktop with one of our latest selection of Classic Ford wallpapers…