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    Ford Capri 2.9 24v Cosworth
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  1. Newbie With An Xr4X4I

    The Capri is quicker in a straight line, but the sierra would have it in the corners easily. Once you get used to how a capri drives they handle very well for a car with a live axle and leaf springs... my Capri has the same cosworth engine in it that im pulling out of this scorpio and gets mid 13 second 1/4 miles at santa pod
  2. Newbie With An Xr4X4I

    Yea but nothing too drastic, the paint is becoming a little thin in places after 26 years of being polished no doubt so a blow over respray is in order. Also I purchased a Scorpio Cosworth estate the other day for the engine so that will be going in at some point..
  3. Newbie With An Xr4X4I

    Thanks guys I'm glad you all like the cars :-)
  4. Hey guys just joined and thought I would share my new toy with you all... Koni adjustable suspension front and back.. Hope you all like it! I love it to bits, sticks to the road like shi...well a very sticky thing to a blanket Other cars in my collection include a Capri 2.9 24v Cosworth & a Fiesta RS1800