635 vs 635 at Bathurst 1985
Roberto Ravaglia / Johnny Cecotto in the orange Bob Jane car vs. Kent
Baigent / Neal Lowe in the white car. Both are racing the classic BMW
635CSi. Just listen to that Schnitzer engine note! The same car that came
second at Spa that year
Bring back euros to Australia touring car racing! Better than watching the
red & blue super taxis.
Zakspeed Ford Capri shooting huge flames - AvD-Oldtimer-Grand-Prix 2012
Der Ford Capri von Zakspeed ist ein echter Flammenwerfer, hat einen geilen
Sound und sieht gut aus. Also das perfelte Auto. Viel Spass und nicht
vergessen zu abonnieren, liken und kommentieren!
Here we show you Zakspeed's Ford Capri. It's a real flamethrower with a
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Toyota Celica: Japan's Forgotten Fastback
These days, old-school JDM is defined by the 240Z, Skyline, andthe 510. But
Nissan wasn't the only player at the time. Brian Karasawa describes his
passion for Japan's most overlooked classic--Toyota's first-gen Celica.
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Ford Capri 3.0l 1979
Me driving a 1979 Ford Capri 3 Litre at the West Limerick Vintage Club
summer run 2009,
1973 Mercury (Ford) Capri 2000, 4-Speed --- "The Sexy European" --- FOR SALE
1973 Mercury (Ford) Capri 2000. 4-Speed -- "The Sexy European". Factory
medium brown metallic with original black vinyl roof and decor group. A
museum-quality 'survivor' with only 30,175 actual miles, housed in a
climate-controlled environment for the last 13 years. 2nd owner, garaged
kept since purchased new in 1973, and never used as primary transportation.
Photos Can Be Viewed Here:
Vehicle never smoked in, no mildew odors, no road accidents, or any rust;
all original paint, trim, glass, entire interior, vinyl roof, engine,
drivetrain, etc., each in outstanding condition. Normal wear items --
tires, shocks, battery, master brake cylinder, brake lines, brake
components, filters, etc., replaced at 25,000 miles or periodically with
FoMoCo or OEM replacement parts. Original Dunlop spare in trunk; Dunlop
replacements on car in correct size.
Professionally maintained by Pterodactyl Racing, a premier vintage racing
organization. Currently insured/appraised by classic car insurer at
$15,750 -- with historic tags. Documentation, manuals, and spares with
Please note, this is not some tarted-up, so-called restoration; this
vehicle drives, rides, handles and looks like a nearly new Capri, with only
a few imperfections and limited modifications such as a Momo period-correct
steering wheel. If you want the Capri from your past, without the expense
(and headaches) of a costly restoration, this Capri is for you. Only a
handful of imported European
Mk. 1 Capris (1970-1973) in the U.S. are in this stunning condition. First
place winner at several car shows.