1981 ford capri 3.0s

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1981 ford capri 3.0s

Post by rumone »

here is my ford capri 3.0s
black and in very good condition!
one of the last 3.0s beasts!!
12 months mot
102k with every mot to back it up!
fish- net recaroes.rear seats need some work tho![sun damage]
new carpets!
no rust anywhere!excellent under the bonnet,drives brilliantly!
not a concourse vehicle but a good every day car and show goer!
as had work in the past ,but done to a very good standard!
interior needs a little tlc e.g dash cracked.faschia has been cut and rear door cards have speaker holes cut out!
sunroof linner is a tear!
nothing expensive but not trying to state it,s a 10k car! :xd:
may take a px !
after £6000 ono

based near manchester!
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Re: 1981 ford capri 3.0s

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car now taxed for6 months!will take another capri in px!
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Post by elliecharlie2008 »

a bargain paul
good luck with the sale
steve
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Post by laserdude »

Hi,
I just want to ask if the sunroof is a factory steel one or is it an after market Glass one? It's just that I can't tell from the pictures. Cheers Tom.
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Did you have the car at Tatton earlier this year? Parked next to an XR3i?
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laserdude wrote:Hi,
I just want to ask if the sunroof is a factory steel one or is it an after market Glass one? It's just that I can't tell from the pictures. Cheers Tom.
hi tom!it,s a factory fitted one!thanks!
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MS Injection wrote:Did you have the car at Tatton earlier this year? Parked next to an XR3i?
yes it was pal!the xr3i was mine as well!lol! :xd:
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elliecharlie2008 wrote:a bargain paul
good luck with the sale
steve
cheers steve! :cheers:
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I thought so. I saw it, your mate was saying they were both yours. I had a good look over it. Popped the bonnet, opened the doors and had a good look see. I can say from what I saw it's a solid looking nice Capri and if I hadn't bought mine 3 weeks earlier, I would have had it as he told me it was for sale.
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And the Escort was lovely too. Nice little quiet corner of spot on Fords it was.

Good luck with the sale. It's a lovely car and worth the money from what I saw.
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MS Injection wrote:I thought so. I saw it, your mate was saying they were both yours. I had a good look over it. Popped the bonnet, opened the doors and had a good look see. I can say from what I saw it's a solid looking nice Capri and if I hadn't bought mine 3 weeks earlier, I would have had it as he told me it was for sale.
thanks for the kind words pal :cool: will be going to tatton again next week hopefuly!come over for a chat!by the way love your 2.8 :cheers:
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took some new pics yesterday[9/8/14]
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rumone wrote:
MS Injection wrote:I thought so. I saw it, your mate was saying they were both yours. I had a good look over it. Popped the bonnet, opened the doors and had a good look see. I can say from what I saw it's a solid looking nice Capri and if I hadn't bought mine 3 weeks earlier, I would have had it as he told me it was for sale.
thanks for the kind words pal :cool: will be going to tatton again next week hopefuly!come over for a chat!by the way love your 2.8 :cheers:
Thanks mate. I'll be there on Cheshire Capri Club stand.
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Re: 1981 ford capri 3.0s

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would have loved this but my budget is only 5k good luck with the sale
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car now sold and paid for!many thanks to all! :drive:
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Post by dan the capri fan »

wish i had the money for this are as its absolutly beautiful. its like its come straight out of the show room. i aspire to own a mk3 3.0S capri one day but im happy with my 1.6 laser at the moment. :D
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Now £30k https://www.classicandsportscar.ltd.uk/ ... sale/54417

How asking prices have changed in under 8 years :?
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Very interesting. And you certainly have a knack for finding these cars for sale Andy :) You must have your ear to the ground, or, in Huggy Bear like fashion, you know the word on the street.


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pbar wrote: Sun Jan 23, 2022 6:59 pm Very interesting. And you certainly have a knack for finding these cars for sale Andy :) You must have your ear to the ground, or, in Huggy Bear like fashion, you know the word on the street.


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Re: 1981 ford capri 3.0s

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£32500 now https://www.carandclassic.com/car/C1441489

I like the quote;
"i have a few classic fords which i am selling but i'm not desperate i know what these cars are worth"

Or, they know what some people might pay, but that doesn't mean they are worth it!
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