The Capri was sold in North America from 1970 to 1978, and all were German-produced. Full instrumentation was standard equipment from 1973 on. An optional interior Ghia package for the Capri II, featured deluxe interior trim and features. 1973 Ford Capris were the Mk I face-lift models featuring the new grille, larger taillights and new interior and dash. The 1973 model had the federally mandated 2.5 mph front bumper for '73. The bumper was extended, the gap closed with a silver filler panel. 1974 models had larger bumpers front and rear with wraparound urethane, body-colour bumper covers.
This example is a US Spec 1973 Ford Capri Mk1 Facelift 2600 V6. The car was imported from America in 2018, and the vendor describes the car as being in absolutely outstanding condition. The car has all its original panels, and only minor paintwork correction. The car is also in an incredible condition underneath, as is the body, the interior, and the engine and transmission. Unfortunately, there is no history with the car. US cars were all built is Germany and exported to the US, and are virtually the same as Capris sold in mainland Europe. A rare opportunity to buy an exceptional V6 Capri.
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