Did you know......
-that the Consul Capri called SUNBIRD while it's prototype phase?
-that Paul McCartney did own a 4-door, Goodwood-Green Classic in 1962? The registration number was 809 BYA
-that the Capri never been (seriously) raced?
-that Classics and Capris with noiseless speedo-cables seems to be rarer than Hooper Capris?
-that the largest tyres that can be fitted without modification are 185/70's?
-that Westinghouse Hobbs used 25 Capris in it's development work for it's Mechamatic Gearbox?
-that the Capri is a really unique in Ford's (U.K.) history as being the first true "Personal Car" until the Capri MK I in 1969?
-that on Hooper Capri's 18 coats of cellulose paint were applied?
-that Ford declined to produce a Corsair Capri, styled by Charles Thompson?
-that you can find Fred Pipes Classic on a CD-Cover of the debut album of SHARKBOY "Matinee"?
-that the rubber mat for a '58 Chevy Impala fits in a Classic and Capri boot?
-that worn out outer weather strips can cause uggly scratches on the door windows?
-that rear Scimitar bumpers do not fit on our cars, because they are 10 cm longer?
that Ford Germany did import 500 Capris (LHD) to Germany in 1962 and 1963?
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