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1973 Capri
Yes, I know it's not a Mustang, but these are just about impossible to find.


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My neighbor had one of these in yellow when I was a teen. That little car was fast but if memory serves, I think it was a V8.
That is awesome... my Dad had one of these, pretty sure it was a brown V6, he loved it. Does anyone sell repro parts for these cars?

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These were the UK & Europe nearest equivalent of the US mustang like a cousin, they were at one time everywhere, everyone had one but they've mostly all rusted away and are highly collectible here now.
Not many good ones left,
They came with 1300cc inline-4 up to 3000cc V6, I had a 2000cc V4 and a few 3000cc V6 models myself in the 70's
South Africa got the V8 289 0r 302
Superspeed did a few 351C conversions

There was the super desirable RS3100 limited edition, 250 were made in 1973 (similar place in the range as the 1971 BOSS 351 was in the US)

No Mercury connection in Europe just called the Ford Capri
I want one to do like a Basil Green Racing Perana.
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