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  • 10 Reasons To Get The September 2020 Issue

    10 Reasons To Get The September 2020 Issue

    9th August 2020

    The sizzling September 2020 issue of Classic Ford is out now, and it’s not to be missed! Here’s our roundup of this issue’s top 10 must-read features. Inside this issue 1. 50 Years Of The Mk3 Cortina: 12-page guide to…

  • Weekend Workshop: How To Roll Arches

    Weekend Workshop: How To Roll Arches

    8th August 2020

    Shredding tyres because your wheelarch lips stick out? Here’s how to roll arches using the hammer and dolly method. 1. This is our lip, which needs bending back to stop it catching on lowered cars.  2. What you need is…

  • Classic Ford September 2020 issue out now!

    Classic Ford September 2020 issue out now!

    7th August 2020

    With Ford’s Mk3 Cortina celebrating its 50th birthday, it’s the perfect time to detail every official version produced, and you can find them all in the Classic Ford September 2020 edition, available now! Also inside this issue The works: stunning…

  • Some Front: A Mk1 Fiesta Turbo For The Street

    Some Front: A Mk1 Fiesta Turbo For The Street

    6th August 2020

    With inspiration from various scenes, this stunning Mk1 Fiesta turbo has forged its own path. Wayne Griffiths has gone through a few trends with his motoring. He started out building, blowing up and rebuilding Minis, which for teach-yourself-mechanics, isn’t a…

  • Help Shape The Classic Car Industry

    Help Shape The Classic Car Industry

    5th August 2020

    The Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs (FBHVC) has launched its latest survey to help shape the classic car industry and vehicles in the UK – and you can get involved. The FBHVC’s last National Historic Vehicle Survey was in…

  • New Classic Cam Pulleys From Kent Cams

    New Classic Cam Pulleys From Kent Cams

    4th August 2020

    Kent Cams’ new range of adjustable cam pulleys are designed with functionality and a look which compliments the style of any classic Ford’s engine bay. CNC-manufactured for accuracy and reliability, these new pulleys marry modern materials and design with infinite…

  • Ford Fair 2020 Cancelled

    Ford Fair 2020 Cancelled

    3rd August 2020

    Ford Fair 2020 cancelled? Sadly, its true. Here’s the official statement from the show organisers: While it is fantastic to see that government guidelines are now opening up the possibility that events can run from the beginning of October, it…

  • Tech Week: Setting Ignition Timing

    Tech Week: Setting Ignition Timing

    2nd August 2020

    Standard engine on your Classic Ford in need of timing up? Here’s how setting the ignition timing is done. You can time your engine two ways: statically or electronically. To check the timing statically, first if using points check that…

  • Tech Week: How To Port Cylinder Heads

    Tech Week: How To Port Cylinder Heads

    1st August 2020

    Porting and port-matching a head means a more efficient engine — and it can be done at home. Here’s how to port cylinder heads. For an engine to work as efficiently as possible, the airflow through the cylinder head is…

  • Tech Week: How To Replace Rear Hub Seals

    Tech Week: How To Replace Rear Hub Seals

    31st July 2020

    Keep your classic Ford rolling smoothly with this 15-step guide on how to replace the rear hub seals. Top Tips A hub puller might be required on some Fords, although the alternative technique shown here worked on the car in…