This Mercury Capri spent the better 1/4 of a century sleeping in a garage…but you’d better not call it a barn find. The seller claims it was built by a NASA engineer (Why is it always a NASA engineer or a GM factory engineer, why not a part time clerk at Boot Barn or a family practice psychologist?) who added a draw-through turbocharger with an old school water/methanol injection system to the Cologne V6. Looks like fun. Find this 1976 Mercury Capri offered for $6,000 in Eagle, ID via craigslist. Tip from FuelTruck.
The Lotus 907 motor, though not expensive to rebuild today, was likely seen as a huge liability back in the disco days. Given the supply of unwanted Capris and their compact and torquey Cologne V6’s, this Jensen had its alloy swapped for iron pretty early in life. Find this 1975 Jensen-Healey for sale in Thousand […]