Looking good as ever and glad to see you can carry on. I wish I had your resolve to do work like this ! I’ll stick to 1/43 scale :D
From July ‘82. Got to admit is a new one on me !
I am disgusted with myself that I never picked up on that too :p It’s the same with the Mk5 Cortina - it isn’t, it’s the Cortina ‘80
That is a very interesting read. Lots of time and effort spent collating that info - stats and facts like this can really help some with...
Great news. It must of been very unnerving. Very pleased all went well.
It’s not a nice dilemma I admit as I’ve been in same boat. But the cars I got to replace my 3.0 Ghia have given me as much pleasure if not more....
She is absolutely stunning. Well done Mel.
Cheers guys - been wondering about that for quite a while. Wouldn’t mind seeing a picture if anyone has one of a GT4 with Ghia alloys...........
I see an option is to have Alloy wheels fitted for £196.52. Personally never seen a GT4 or a picture with this option so am wondering what style...
Like that a lot. Great find. Looks rather good in black too! When I bought my 3.0 Ghia many years ago I used the exact same purchasing technique...
What an absolute beauty!
I’m in awe of your skills.........can’t wait to see it in colour. Fantastic.
Hello there. Yes indeed, The Only Way Is Essex :rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes: Plenty of photos please. Welcome aboard.
Liking your thinking. The parts warehouse should have at least one spare of everything just incase :D
That’s a shame. Would have been a very rare beast if it still existed.
Yes that Green Jade MK2 Ghia is a beauty. What a colour!
Year is 1982, EB is Capri, not sure on rest but probably off a Laser, 2.8 Inj (not early) or later model cars with the padded 3 spoke steering wheel
That Sunshine looks quite warm but it’s obviously not ! :D:D:D
Black ones seem to fetch the highest money. S/h excellent condition grey I’d say anywhere between £100-200. But it’s all so subjective so who...
Brenda was employed by Ford as the 3rd Tailgate Strut so many Capri’s badly needed.
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