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  • BEST CHEAP CONVERTIBLES

    BEST CHEAP CONVERTIBLES

    Glenn Rowswell on 2nd August 2021

    There's plenty to love about open-top motoring – and it needn't break the bank. Here are our favourite cheap convertibles

  • FORD GRANADA MK2 BUYER’S GUIDE

    FORD GRANADA MK2 BUYER’S GUIDE

    James Howe on 26th July 2021

    With its modern lines and proven underpinnings, the Ford Granada Mk2 offered an affordable luxury saloon in the days before the German brands took the market. Here's how to buy one

  • BEST 80s EXECUTIVE SALOONS

    BEST 80s EXECUTIVE SALOONS

    Glenn Rowswell on 16th July 2021

    Executive saloons were big business in the 1980s. Here are our favourite plush three-box saloons from the era

  • BEST ALL-MECHANICAL CLASSICS

    BEST ALL-MECHANICAL CLASSICS

    James Howe on 8th July 2021

    These are some of our favourite all-mechanical classics – free of extraneous electronics and the perfect tonic to modern motoring

  • BEST WARM HATCH MODERN CLASSICS

    BEST WARM HATCH MODERN CLASSICS

    Matt Bell on 11th June 2021

    Fancy some hot-hatch cachet on a budget? These warm hatch icons look the part and have just enough power to have some fun

  • FORD CAPRI MK3 BUYER’S GUIDE

    FORD CAPRI MK3 BUYER’S GUIDE

    Matt Bell on 20th May 2021

    The Ford Capri Mk3 ended up being more than just a mild facelift despite Ford of Europe updating the nation’s favourite coupe on a tight budget. Here’s what you need to know

  • SIERRA COSWORTH TOPS £80K

    SIERRA COSWORTH TOPS £80K

    Matt Bell on 18th November 2019

    There’s still plenty of appetite for fast Fords if the sale of a Sierra Cosworth at the recent Anglia Car Auctions’ classic sale is anything to go by. Despite a layer of grime from 28 years in storage, the 1987 example had covered just 7349 miles and soared to an extraordinary final selling price of £84,800 with fees.

  • THE FORGOTTEN FAST FORDS

    THE FORGOTTEN FAST FORDS

    Matt Bell on 17th October 2019

    It’s the RS models which get all the attention so we look back at some of the forgotten fast Fords that deserve recognition.

  • HOMOLOGATION SPECIALS

    HOMOLOGATION SPECIALS

    Matt Bell on 12th September 2019

    We know the drill. Manufacturer builds race car, FIA governing body says that’s not a production car so the manufacturer goes, OK, here are X amount of cars to meet the demand. We take a look at some of the best.

  • MUSTANG RECORD SET BY FORD

    MUSTANG RECORD SET BY FORD

    Matt Bell on 12th September 2019

    Mustang drivers from all across Europe gathered at Ford’s Lommel Proving Ground, Belgium, on September 7 to set a new world record for Mustangs in a parade.

  • CLASSIC AND SUPERCARS SHOW 2019

    CLASSIC AND SUPERCARS SHOW 2019

    Matt Bell on 5th August 2019

    Derek Bell was reunited with the iconic Le Mans-winning 917 and 962 Porsches as the Lancaster Insurance Classic and Supercars Show took place in the beautiful grounds of Sherborne Castle in Dorset on July 21.

  • FORD’S ANNUAL VEHICLE ENTHUSIASTS’ DAY

    FORD’S ANNUAL VEHICLE ENTHUSIASTS’ DAY

    Matt Bell on 2nd August 2019

    Ford’s annual Vehicle Enthusiasts’ Day at its Warley headquarters has long been a red-letter day for blue oval fans, but this year’s event was a special occasion for two major reasons.

  • FORD INTRODUCE SCRAPPAGE SCHEME

    FORD INTRODUCE SCRAPPAGE SCHEME

    Matt Bell on 22nd July 2019

    In a worrying move that could result in thousands of serviceable vehicles currently hovering on the cusp of retro classic status being consigned to the scrap heap, Ford has recently launched a new scrappage scheme that aims to remove from the road what the company refers to as ‘less fuel efficient vehicles’.

  • FORD ANNOUNCES BRIDGEND PLANT CLOSURE IN 2020

    FORD ANNOUNCES BRIDGEND PLANT CLOSURE IN 2020

    Matt Bell on 6th June 2019

    Ford has announced it has plans to close the Bridgend engine plant in South Wales amidst “changing customer demand and cost” yet denies Brexit as part of its decision to do so.