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The end of the year is drawing closer, which can only mean one thing – it’s Classic Ford Of The Year 2019 time!

classic ford of the year 2019

The nominees for this year have just been announced, and you can find out which of the 12 cars we’ve featured this year you can vote for below. Happy votings!

classic ford of the year 2019

Car A. Sierra Estate
Owner: Callum Hynd
Featured: April 2019
The ultimate sleeper? Callum’s imbeccably-built Estate features 24-valve power and a whole host of extras — yet only the RS200 wheels give the game away.

classic ford of the year 2019

Car B. Anglia 105E
Owner: Connor McNally
Featured: August 2019
With Kejja Motorsport helping build up one of the nicest-modified 105Es we’ve seen from a perfect base, Connor’s Anglia is a firm show favourite.

classic ford of the year 2019

Car C. Escort Mexico
Owner: Chris Moss
Featured: February 2019
As the earliest surviving Mexico, and a former Ford press car too, Chris went beyond the call of duty to make sure this Mk1 got the rebuild it deserved.

classic ford of the year 2019

Car D. Mk1 Cortina
Owner: Ash Lambert
Featured: March 2019
BBS split-rims aside, onlookers have no idea Ash’s Mk1 hides Honda power and a trick independent rear end.

classic ford of the year 2019

Car E. Fiesta Sport
Owner: Elliot Wilkinson
Featured: Spring 2019
When it comes to rare Mk1 Fiestas, the 1300 Sport is right up there, but that didn’t deter Elliot and his Dad, Paul from restoring this Signal Amber example to showroom standard.

classic ford of the year 2019

Car F. Pop 100E
Owner: Steve Brown
Featured: January 2019
Don’t be fooled by this classic-looking 100E — Steve has built it to a serious spec featuring a 250 bhp XE motor and six-linked Atlas rear. A proper Tarmac terror.

classic ford of the year 2019

Car G. Mk2 Granada
Builder: KD Kustoms UK
Featured: August 2019
What can we say? The most comprehensively-restored Mk2 yet with the level of detail that KD Kustoms went to bringing this 2.8 Ghia X up to scratch simply mind-blowing.

classic ford of the year 2019

Car H. Escort Estate
Owner: Dan Dutch
Featured: October 2019
If you’ve seen Dan’s Mk2 at the shows this Summer, you’ll know why it’s here — an outstanding level of finish and a proper Homebuilt Hero, too.

classic ford of the year 2019

Car I. Mk1 Capri
Owner: Chris Taylor
Featured: March 2019
When you come across a super-early, first-year Mk1 GT, what else can you do but give it the sympathetic restoration it deserves? Sublime.

classic ford of the year 2019

Car J. Mk2 Capri
Owner: Dave Smith
Featured: September 2019
Dave’s Signal Orange 3-litre Ghia is a Mk2 on steroids, with a smattering of era-correct mods that only enhance its appeal.

classic ford of the year 2019

Car K. RS Turbo
Builder: R&M Classic Cars
Featured: May 2019
With their Grey Edition, Rod and Mick of R&M have created the special edition Series One Ford should have built. Clever and well-executed.

classic ford of the year 2019

Car L. Mk2 Cortina
Owner: Andy Guile
Featured: May 2019
Andy not only beautifully-restored this Monaco Red GT and dressed it with period extras, but then added an Eaton supercharger to the Crossflow engine. Genius.

How To Vote
Choose the car or van you want to vote for from the selection above, then head over to our Classic Ford Of The Year 2019 poll and click on your favourite.

Voting closes November 8, 2019.

The Classic Ford Of The Year 2019 will be revealed in the January 2020 issue of Classic Ford, on sale Friday, November 30, 2018.

Thanks for voting!