Fox-Body 5.0 Capri - "that's a bad mutha******, brutha" lol
Check out Otis' Jalapeno Red 1985 Mercury Capri 5.0 H.O Fox! This car really got me excited as I absolutely love the 1985-86 model years 5.0 Mustang and 5.0 Capri and I think I get just a bit more excited with these Capri models over the Mustangs because you just don't run across these cars much anymore... as well as having personal memories and experiences with an old 5-liter Capri from 1985 way back in the late '80s. I would love to find a decent 85-86 model.... anyway, thanks for chatting with me Otis! Awesome car brutha! I seriously need to find a Capri dammit, lol. nedaCFilms / Mustang-Town 2015 w/ background music from the YouTube Audio Library. www.Mustang-Town.com
Capri 2.0S cosworth, 0-200 km/h and 100-230 km/h
This is my old capri 2.0S with cosworth 2.0 YB engine, t5 gearbox and atlas 3.44 + zf motorsport lsd rear axle. Earlier the engine gave 364 hp but after rebuild with wrc-pistons, long H-profile rods, ported head + bd16 cams it has not been Dynoed yet. Let´s see after turbo swap. The guitar player is my relative. His playing and this Deep Purple`s old song sounds good to me and hope you like it too.
Skogenracing: Ford Capri 2.9 turbo driving around (535bhp @ 21psi)
Made 535bhp at 21psi (1.45bar) of Boost. Pistons, Rods, valves, headgaskets are stock parts. Probably worlds strongest 2.9 cologne with so many standards parts. 0-100km/h 2.7s 0-200km/h 9.3s 100-200km/h 6.6s 402m 10.51s 212km/h
Mercury Cars of 1949 to 1951
The Mercury car model has been around since 1939 and was introduced as a mid range priced vehicle by Edsel Ford. Cars built between 1949 and 1951, would in later years prove to be very popular amongst the Hot Rod Car Enthusiasts. They would reshape the steel to produce cars that would set a new standard for Customized Vehicles. Early model Mercury cars of 1949 to 1951 had a 90 degree V type, "L" head 8 cylinder engine with a displacement of 255.4 cubic inches. These engines put out 112 horsepower at 3600 R.P.M. Later model cars of 1955 replaced the "L" engine with the "Y" block V-8 producing between 188 and 198 horsepower dependant on the engine type for that year. This slide show is a part of a series of pictures of cars from different car shows that I've attended here in Southern California U.S.A.