Jasonmarie wrote:Don’t mention the mats as I mention them in another post but I think I got away with it .
Andrew 2.8i wrote:Jasonmarie wrote:Don’t mention the mats as I mention them in another post but I think I got away with it .
OK Basil! This is the same set of NOS mats. Fair play to the seller, I wish I'd had the foresight to buy them for £212 only 8 months ago. What a fabulous investment they turned out to be!
Andrew 2.8i wrote:Some more NOS Capri parts from the same seller:
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/FORD-CAPRI-M ... Sw6iFbL3-J
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/FORD-CAPRI-M ... SwmtBbMUWZ
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/FORD-CAPRI-M ... SwPcBbMVtr
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Ford-Capri-M ... SwLjRa03WI
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/FORD-CAPRI-1 ... Swxuha3K5j
D366Y wrote:I always think it's really cool to still have these NOS parts with the original packaging, more so because the packaging looks cool! Unfortunately I can never justify the price of buying them
samholmes wrote:Most i bought at great cost for the Gold Capri 7 k miles i had just in case . My other Capri is not good enough too put such rare genuine parts on so selling them all .
I tried opening up the mats just cant do it . They belong in a 20 k plus car i guess
Jasonmarie wrote:See if it was my mother in law I would keep her sealed in the bag as I would get more pleasure from seeing her in a sealed bag .
I did get a call on Saturday saying she was in casualty, so I turned over to BBC1 and watched the whole programme and I never saw her .....
Back to parts Andy yes there’s something good about putting new parts on your car as you know they are there and I bet you smile when you look at them .
Jasonmarie wrote:I did get a call on Saturday saying she was in casualty, so I turned over to BBC1 and watched the whole programme and I never saw her .....
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