pbar wrote:Now that is a rare sight. I've seen lots at shows, don't think I have ever seen one on the road though.
Andrew 2.8i wrote:Hi Nick,
I've only ever seen one one the road. It passed me while we were driving on a dual carriageway, but it didn't sound anywhere near as good as a Capri sounds!
Fordoholic Nick wrote:As you say its not only rare to see them but to see them been driven is even better
Paul G wrote:it's got a Renault 30 or Volvo 265 engine.
pbar wrote:Paul G wrote:it's got a Renault 30 or Volvo 265 engine.
Yes, I believe they are made up from parts of all kinds aren't they. Allegro door handles and suchlike. There is still apparently a large supply of available parts from the stocks they had left over from back in the day.
Fordoholic Nick wrote: this time parked up beside the entrance into Turnpike Lane Bus Station
pbar wrote:Does it appear to be in daily use then Nick. That's brilliant if so.
Andrew 2.8i wrote: I have it on good authority that one of the other drivers owns a superb lacquer red Ford Capri Laser.....
Fordoholic Nick wrote:pbar wrote:Does it appear to be in daily use then Nick. That's brilliant if so.
Well Paul, being parked there so early suggests it was parked overnight and as it had gone about the same time I seen it out driving other day the evidence points to being used daily. How cool is that
There was actually some Car Detaiing adverts in the rear side window so maybe the owner works in the car trade too. I must investigate this more as could be a useful contact...and I want a ride in his DMC-12
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