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#1 Bandit85

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Posted 27 July 2011 - 09:51 PM

Hello Everyone,

Just joined the club. I have been a Ford fan as far back as I can remember. The first Ford I drove was my dads Zephyr 4, great fun learning to drive. My passion has always been Capri's. My first being a 1973 face-lift 1600 GT in Daytona yellow with the black vinyl roof of course. I have owned various models moving on to Mk 2 Escorts and Mk 3 Cortina's including a 2000E in Roman Bronze.
I have recently treated myself to a 1985 Capri 2.8i Special in Red lacquer(Burgundy) all original which will be used to attend Ford events. I have attached a picture.

I appreciate the club maybe for the more recent Fords so apologies if my old girl is a bit too long in the tooth to join. :-)

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#2 dezwez

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Posted 28 July 2011 - 06:11 AM

Hello Everyone,

Just joined the club. I have been a Ford fan as far back as I can remember. The first Ford I drove was my dads Zephyr 4, great fun learning to drive. My passion has always been Capri's. My first being a 1973 face-lift 1600 GT in Daytona yellow with the black vinyl roof of course. I have owned various models moving on to Mk 2 Escorts and Mk 3 Cortina's including a 2000E in Roman Bronze.
I have recently treated myself to a 1985 Capri 2.8i Special in Red lacquer(Burgundy) all original which will be used to attend Ford events. I have attached a picture.

I appreciate the club maybe for the more recent Fords so apologies if my old girl is a bit too long in the tooth to join. :-)

Hi welcome :)


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