Ten years of a restoration project- Capri RS2600 Race Replica
This is ten years of race car restoration project in 8:40 minutes.
See other videos:
Killing 1st engine in Dyno:
2nd engine in Dyno:https://www.youtube.com/wat
Race compilation of Season 2013:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mBzRnmYlIkI
Music from Mikseri.net:
Zenith Spot - Mother Funk
Cooldown - The Chase
Funktion - Hyperventlation
Cover photo and last photo in video Tuukka Erkkilä.
1973 Ford Capri Lunch Time Restoration
My first attempt at a slide show. Pics from the last three years as we
restore/rebuild a 1973 Ford Capri MK1 on our lunch hour(s) at the Eastwood
Company. Many new products were developed and tested on this car. Hope to
have it in paint Summer of 2014
Capri V8 Interceptor
Turning a Ford Capri into a MFP Interceptor. See the car on
http://interceptor.joenborg.com/ for full details.
Test driving my Ford Capri Automatic
Test driving my 1981 Ford Capri 2.3 V6 automatic on a coutryside road with
different speed limits - - Kleine Testfahrt mit meinem 1981er Ford Capri
2.3 V6 mit 3-Gang Automatik auf einer Landstraße mi
Ford Capri RS 2600 Cosworth V6 dyno crash
See more at https://www.facebook.com/CapriRS2600
Partial throttle runs for fuel mapping. Dyno was set to sweep
1000-7000rpm in 18 seconds. Limiter at 6450rpm. Crash at 5400rpm most
likely due bad conrod bearing.
Highlights of season 2013:
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
V8 Ford Capri...Launches off the line
A V8 Ford Capri launches from the start line of Stage 13 of the Tasmanian
Tarmac Challenge Rally October 2008.
Ford of South Africa assembled the Capri from 1970 to 1972 with a similar
model range to the UK. No facelift models or RS variants were marketed in
About 500 Capris were converted by specialist Basil Green Motors to run the
302 Ford Windsor V8 engine. These models were known as the Capri Perana and
were very successful in local touring car events, winning the 1970 South
African championship and, in a different format, the 1971 championship as
No Mk II and Mk III Capris were exported to, or built in South Africa.