In Classic Ford June 14 Issue 212:
Celebrating the art of going fast, classic Ford-style. Even though they abandoned it years ago, Ford’s Total Performance directive still has a strong grip on how we view cars that wear the Blue Oval badge. The force is even stronger in the Classic Ford scene, which is why we make no apologies for the more-hardcore nature of the majority of cars featured in this issue.
From street-racer Escorts to 16-valve sleeper Cortinas, to classic Lotus-engined Corsairs, it’s all here along with what must have been a serious rep’s express when it was new in the shape of the cracking, V6-engined Granada Coupe, which even in the heady ’70s must have raised a few eyebrows with its metallic green paint and matching interior. All this plus an in-depth buying guide on the Cortina 1600E, Cosworth YB tuning tips, cars, parts and projects for sale in our free Readers’ Classifieds pages, and the finest photography you’ll find in a Ford magazine.