Not the best of the old school mags - that's Club International, of course - but certainly a cut above Escort and Fiesta. Razzle though grim, had its own charms. Cosmo at least had an aesthetic. Jazz mags were a little utilitarian 0 Vote up! Classiest was Mayfair IMO. You’re probably right that if going downmarket from there it was probably best to go for sthg like Razzle with a focus on improbably buxom serving-wenches in M&S skimpies 0 Vote up! Club International or "CI" to the readers.. and Razzle models in M&S? no chance, C&A 0 Vote up! Am I alone in wondering why the UK arm of Ford Motor Company chose to name two of its small car offerings after grot mags? 0 Vote up! To be fair, they did have a Spanish / Italian naming theme going on, so Fiesta is excusable, and not out of place. I’m unable to explain Escort. 0 Vote up! Club for the piccies, Mayfair for the stories 0 Vote up! Ford gives you more 1 Vote up! at the bottom end of the market, Firsta and Escort (the magazines) were just grime ubbish, but Razzle, while just as cheap, was somehow both more humorous and, IIRC, a bit hornier 0 Vote up! Shout out to Kays Catalogues. 3 Vote up! It all went wrong for them as soon as the 'Blackwall Tunnel' became mainstream. 0 Vote up! Grime is why they were/are good. I still occasionally buy a Razzle at the petrol station and still get the same buzz. 0 Vote up! Buzz moonlights in Razzle? Huge if true. 0 Vote up! Refresh Back to board Join the discussion Login Register 2 Vote up!