I. Want. This. Launched in March 1970, the Ford Capri 3000E was designed for the luxury market – with vinyl roof and a push-button radio, it also had an electrically heated rear screen and opening rear quarter windows. Inside, the car boasted seats with cloth inserts, much more comfortable on a hot summers day. Priced at £1,600, this car was one of Ford’s (UK) fastest ever road cars. Ford claimed the maximum speed was 122 mph. Production of the 3000 E ended in July 1972.
Truly awesome facial furniture. I am a bit jealous.