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post #11 of 22 (permalink) Old 29-06-2019, 06:48 Thread Starter
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I remember the V4 was in one of the Z cars and early Transits.

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And the Corsair 2000E had a 2 litre V4 I seem to remember.

I don't remember a V4 Capri though. Still here it is: http://www.simonfurlonger.co.uk/cars...t=price%20DESC
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And the Corsair 2000E had a 2 litre V4 I seem to remember.

I don't remember a V4 Capri though. Still here it is: http://www.simonfurlonger.co.uk/cars...t=price%20DESC
My mate had a 3L V6 3000E Capri, now that thing could shift, although like a lot of Fords it was tail happy.

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Oh yeah now it's coming back, my bro had a 1600 Capri, I courted my now misses in the back seat on the way home from a wedding where we met.

Ever the romantic me.

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I dunno about romantic Terry, contortionist is more likely.
I had a minivan with mattress in the back. My mum asked what was the mattress for and I said to keep the sound down.?

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Ford Escort Mk11 van for me. You could get half a dozen hot chicks from Darlo in the back of that comfortably and still have room for the 12" Disco speakers, mini bar and mirror ball. Just sayin
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I dunno about romantic Terry, contortionist is more likely.
I had a minivan with mattress in the back. My mum asked what was the mattress for and I said to keep the sound down.?

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Not contortionist Ray, I would say inventive !

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1.7 V4 was a very prolific German Ford engine. I had a Taunus with one and the were very good engines......I'm sure that SAAB also used it in the 99.
The 2.8 was a supposed much better German version of the UK 3Ltr.
All from memory I don't know if Wikipedia knows better
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Meant to attach the image:-
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Now that is a cool rig. I can almost hear the "Carry on Camping" music and Sid James going "Mwahahahahaa". Love the boat on the roof.
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