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Inside the Classic Ford April 2022 issue out now you’ll find 40 pages dedicated to your homebrewed projects from a Cosworth Mk2 Escort to a V6-engined Cortina 1600E, plus Focus RS buying guide and more!

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The backbone of the classic Ford scene has always been the enthusiast working away in the shed, adapting parts to improve their car – right from the 1950s when the whole idea of making Fords go faster became a reality for the working masses. So this issue we’ve thrown open garage doors across the UK (and Australia) to bring you the finest Fords that Built Not Bought has to offer.

Of course, if for whatever reason you’re more of a Bought Not Built person, there’s no reason to feel left out, and there’s plenty in this issue to inspire you. But if, after reading the mag you feel the urge to grab a spanner and head down the garage, have a go.

If you want to see the stunning cars featured in this issue in the metal (and a whole lot more besides) then make sure you get over to the Classic Ford Show which makes a welcome return on July 10. There’s still so much more to be confirmed, but for a teaser of what to expect from this year’s event, check out our preview in this issue.

Also inside this issue

Escort Twin Cam: superb, reader-restored Aussie Mk1

Cortina V6: Savage-inspired 1600E

Focus RS: your in-depth guide to buying the modern classic

How to get the mag

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