Selling my 1989 Ford Capri Turbo due to loss of license, and wanting to invest more money in shares, quick overview; - About 115,000km on the clock (doubt you'll find lower, very good km's) - Body is in Excellent condition - Car resprayed Blaze Red (big improvement from the typical white it was) - New VJ14 turbo installed (runs like a dream) - Blow Off Valve (makes the car sound great) - Stereo System (Clarion head unit + Sony Xplod 6x9's + 6inches) - 17inch chrome rims (Worth over $1000) - Set of 4 new tyres (Worth $400) - Complete body kit, including Ferarri looking bubble (bubble along worth about $500) - 2inch Exhaust(Sounds Great) - K&N Pod filter (Works great with the turbo) - New rear springs (Old ones were a bit soft with age, new ones are firm) - Cylinder head replaced (New reconditioned head fitted) - Various hoses replaced (Original ones were getting old) - Brand new Battery Bosch Gold battery ($100, Still under warranty i think) - Recently had a complete oil & coolant change - Having the entire inlet system cleaned out this Thursday. Car will be in perfect shape for the sale. This car has had alot of work done to it, and I have receipts for just about everything i've done to the car. Its always been garaged and well taken care of, washed every 2 weeks (it looks nice shiney). Always had the oil and coolant replaced every 15,000km. I still have some oil left from the last oil change I did, which the buyer can have if they like to do periodic top-ups. The most recent I've done was have a new VJ14 installed. Car unfortunately isn't registered, however it will be sold with a RWC (blue slip), which means rego is as simple as a 2 minute trip to the RTA up the road. If the buyer would like, I can register the car and everything for them before selling, this of course will increase the price accordingly. $6,200 with RWC. I've looked over carsales.com.au, drive.com.au etc, and find this to be a fair price, especially for a model with all the extra's mine has, and in such good mechanical condition. For anyone with the connections / mechanical know how, you could probably fetch a fair penny if you had the time to strip the car. I believe the rims + tyres alone are worth about $1500, the bubble on the back worth about $500, stereo system could prob get about $500, so thats about $2,500 already. Engine parts and other panels would probably make up alot of money. Also for anyone interested in owning a quick car, the car is already quick enough as it is with 100kw, however you can simply drop in a VF10 Hyrbid, get a cheap Front mount intercooler, and cheap boost controller to run 10psi, and its quite likely you'll add another 50kw or so, giving you a very quick car. The car would be perfect for anyone wanting a car with everything, or for a young drivers first/second car, great value for money, and B6T engines are very reliable. Any questions, or if anyone is interested please don't hesitate to post here, or pm me.