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Mercury Capri background information
Mercury Capri described several different models of displaced or manufactured models by the US automobile manufacturer Mercury.
The US versions of the European Ford Capri, which were built exclusively in the Cologne plant, received double headlights, changed bumper and wore no brand emblem; They were officially marketed as “Capri Imported for Lincoln-Mercury”-the sale was carried out, as well as at the de Tomaso Pantera. After the VW Käfer, the Capri was temporarily the best -selling import model in the United States. In 1970 the Capri was driven by a British kent engine with 1600 cm³ and only 72 hp (53 kW), from 1971 also by a two-liter in-line four-cylinder with 101, later 86 and 81 hp (63/60 kW). In 1972/73 the CAPRI 2600 GT was also offered in the USA with the 2.6-liter V6, which performs 108 hp (79 kW), from the end of 1973 the Capri with 2.8-liter V6 (106–112 PS/ 78–82 kW). The export to the USA lasted until 1978. 434,825 pieces were sold in North America during this time.
Ford / Mercury Capri (1978–1986)
In autumn 1978, the largely identical Mercury Capri appeared as a parallel model for the new Ford Mustang; Only the front section and smaller details were changed. Like the simultaneous Mustang, the Capri was based on the FORD FAIRSTONT in the Group, while the previous model in Europe was resolved at the same time. During its entire construction period, the Capri was only available as a three-door flow rear coupé with a large tailgate; As a two-door step back coupe, it was offered as a Ford Capri, there was no convertible like the Mustang.
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