Evening all. Just about to go and get me my first Capri. A 1981, 1.6L Calypso. Bit of a trek to get it but I think it'll be well worth it. (Had to be 1981 for the ULEZ that's coming in.. so I was a bit limited in what happened to have been sold for the last few months) A couple of points. I sent a very knowledge classic car inspector up to have a look at it for me. He detailed a very descriptive report. There's a couple of little bits wrong, could anyone give me a hand on the ease of repair. The door lock on the passenger side is defective. Not sure if it's because of the key, but I assume its the lock. The passenger window winder handle is very stiff and wasn't forced to work. Oil pressure gauge doesn't move off of its stop. However, the inspector noted that there was oil in the cambox and it looks good. This is a bit sus to me, however, it could just be an oil pressure sensor that stopped working? Seller is using it as a daily. He's got a brown interior in there at the moment, but he's replacing it with the grey, and red strobe Recaro seats with fishnet heads.