Mercury Capri sales training video 1991 1992 1993 1994 Part 1
First half of product familiarization video for sales personnel for the
newly-introduced 1991 Mercury Capri. Great background for Capri fans (I had
a '94). Based on this video, you'd think the Capri would have sold much
Judge the video from a 90s perspective, not today's. Ohhh, the 90s. So much
color, so much hope, so much fun... :)
Mercury capri xr2 review
this is one weird car, stiff handling , super stiff sterring, creeks and
sucky mpg , under powered , tiny ,
who in the right mind would buy this over a mazda miata?
Capri 4 Me
Mike Sweeney presents 'Capri 4 Me', the show that celebrates the history of
the Ford Capri, from it's American origins as the Mustang, to the MK3's used in the TV
series 'The Professionals'.
With guests Chris Baker, Gary Owen, Richard Royes, Glyn Watson, Michael
Forman, Stephen Vokins, Harry Carlton, Tom Malcom, John Hill and Stephen
Originally aired on Men and Motors TV channel in 2003
Capri V8 Update and More Tire Abuse!
Hi! Just a short video to show some of the updates to Agent 8771's 1974
Ford Capri. He built a roller-cam 5.0 litre with aluminum heads and a
little more cam to add to the fun. We also did the "RS" paint job to the
hood and tops of the fenders and replaced the bent hood with a nice
straight one. Lots of tuning and detail work has resulted in a super fun,
reliable Capri that will destroy tires all day long.
Capri Report (Launch of Ford Capri MkIII) - 1978
Hosted by Michael Rodd, this film was made for Ford dealers about to get
their hands on the new Ford Capri MkIII. It looks in detail at what made
the Ford Capri such a sales success for Ford, spanning from the humble L to
the 3-litre S and Ghia models.
my '85 Capri
firing up my Capri after pulling the motor to swap the oil pump
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.