Rob, That Capri is gorgeous!And this is what it looks like now (yes, I still have it):
Thanks - my son and I restored in about 10 years ago. It has the 2.6 v6 - by today's standards it is a a slug (I've never dynoed it, but it if made 150hp it would be a miracle), but it is still a blast to drive. It is now just a car show and sunny day car. One of the cool things is I get so many people come up to me at car shows and say "I used to have one of those - I wish I had never gotten rid of it". I almost never see another Capri at any show - I like having an unusual car. I guess it is kind of what started me being pretty much a Ford guy. It didn't hurt that my wife came from a Ford family as well. I have to say, my Ford's have treated me pretty well over the years.Rob, That Capri is gorgeous!
I bought a 72 Capri in the 90s as a beater daily driver. 2.0L 4 banger with 210k miles and ran like a top, smoked "a bit". But was a fun car to drive.