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Classic Ford March 2018 issue is available in print and to download now, and it’s all about those (im)possible projects!

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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!

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