Ford Capri Mk3
The final – and some would say ultimate – Capri arrived in 1977. And with the minimum of effort on Ford’s part, it put right just about all of the Mk2’s flaws. Designated Project Carla, the re-invigorated coupe looked mean and moody, and proved that the Ford stylists had not lost their magic touch. In fact, it is hard to believe that in terms of styling, the only major differences between the Mk2 and Mk3 amounted to a re-profiled bonnet leading edge,...Read more
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