What was the fastest Ford Capri?

What was the fastest Ford Capri?

Ford entered the MkI Capri into the European Touring Car Championship in 1974, spawning its final, and fastest, iteration; the RS3100.

How many Ford Capris are left?

2021 2019
FORD CAPRI 426 383
FORD CAPRI 1300 GT L 3 3

What was the Ford Capri called in America?

Mercury Capri
From 1989 to 1994 Ford Australia reused the Capri name for an unrelated two-door convertible sports car, coded the SA30. The new model was exported to the United States, where it was marketed as the Mercury Capri.

Which was the best Ford Capri?

The Top 5 Capris Of All Time

  1. Zakspeed Capri.
  2. RS3100 Race Car.
  3. RS2600 Race Car.
  4. 4×4 Rallycross Capris.
  5. Tickford Capri. Mini-Aston or Mk3 from Hell — either way the Tickford was a talking point, dividing opinion up and down the country…

What cars have Cosworth engines?

Top 10 Cosworth road cars

  • Ford Escort RS1600. View gallery image.
  • Chevrolet Vega Cosworth. View gallery image.
  • Opel Ascona 400. View gallery image.
  • Mercedes 190E 2.3 16v. View gallery image.
  • Ford Sierra Cosworth. View gallery image.
  • Opel Kadett GSi. View gallery image.
  • Ford Granada Cosworth. View gallery image.
  • Audi RS4.

What happened to the Mercury Capri?

After the 1977 model year, Lincoln-Mercury ended imports of the Capri II from Ford of Europe, with unsold examples sold during the 1978 model year. In total, 513,500 Capri/Capri IIs were sold from 1970 to 1978 by Lincoln-Mercury.

How many Ford Capri are there in the UK?

While the rest of Europe moved on, the Capri remained on sale in the UK for another two years, bringing the total number built to nearly 1.9 million.

Who makes Capri cars?

Ford Motor Company
Capri (later Mercury Capri) is a nameplate marketed by the Lincoln-Mercury division of Ford Motor Company on three distinct series of automobiles between 1970 and 1994.

Is Capri a RWD?

No, the Ford Capri 1.6 is not All Wheel Drive (AWD). It’s Rear Wheel Drive (RWD).

Are Ford Capris reliable?

Built in vast numbers, all Capri engines are well served parts-wise and reasonably durable.

Are Ford Capris going up in value?

‘Capris that are special or particularly well preserved are going up rapidly, as are all fast Fords from the 1970s and 1980s – they are really are dynamite for the market at the moment.