|About the Book|
When the 3-litre Capri was launched in 1969 with its no-nonsense handling and roadholding, plus its impressive performance, the car was singled out from the other bland and anonymous saloons of the late 1960s. Capris were straightforward, easy to drive and simple to maintain, and their popularity has been sustained largely because of this. Their simplicity of design and inherent ruggedness makes them ideal candidates for do-it-yourself restoration projects. The booming owners club movement and the continuing availability of spare parts ensures that these cars will have a strong following for many years to come.