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How should I sell my 1980 Ford Capri?

I have an old 1980 Ford Capri 3.0 sat rotting away on my drive and I would dearly love to see it in the hands of a great enthusiast that has the time for it. It needs restored, how do you suggest I go about finding a buyer?

Asked on 13 November 2017 by julie nicholls

Answered by Keith Moody
Fords are always in demand so no matter how you choose to advertise this car, you're bound to get some interest from someone who thinks there's a quick buck to be made. One good way of trying to find the car a loving owner would be to contact some of the clubs associated with the car (like the Capri Club www.capriclub.co.uk/). They might be able to help you re-home it.
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