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1991 Mercury Capri XR2 Turbo

Make: Mercury
Model: Capri
SubModel: XR2
Type: Convertible
Year: 1991
Mileage: 78,000
VIN: 6MPCT0368M8614413
Color: Red
Cylinders: 4
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: FWD
Interior color: Gray
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Eureka Springs, Arkansas, United States

1991 Mercury Capri Additional Info:

Car is for sale locally and on craigslist; listing can be pulled at any time. Clean, runs great, tons of new parts. Selling because it's too small for me to commute--I'm 6'4" and it's not.
The good:
- No smoke from engine, no leaks, no odd smells
- Turbo works perfectly; about 8-10lb of boost under full throttle
- Fresh coolant to -20F
- New tires
- Fully rebuilt AC system
- All new disc brakes/rotors
- New belts and hoses
- New alternator
- Pristine convertible top
- Includes hard top
- No rust or body damage
- Tight, sharp shifting
- New battery
- Car cover included
- No rips or tears anywhere on interior
- Hard top in excellent condition
- Rear defroster works
- AC will freeze you out
- Engine fires off first time, every time
- All rubber in excellent condition
The bad:
- Driver's side headlight doesn't raise/lower every time
- Passenger window works, but problem with switch
- Door lock on passenger side is 'stuck'; cable needs to be unfrozen
- Exhaust heat shield loose underneath
- Front turn signal needs socket replaced
- Needs a coat of wax on exterior
We bought this car 2-1/2 years ago, and because I'm OCD about everything working, I've had the AC replaced, the alternator replaced, and the 'replaceable' stuff replaced. Regular oil changes ever 3000-5000 miles with regular servicing. I paid $5000 for the car and have put well over $6000 into the repairs. It was a great commuter for my wife when we lived in Little Rock and her commute was 3 miles. Now, our commute is an hour, and I can't fit into the car comfortably as a driver. Headlight issue is common and easily fixed; I just don't have the time to do it. I have several 'extra' parts that you can use, including a headlight motor. Take it apart, clean the gear mechanism, grease it, and you have a new motor.
No scammers, morons, or tire kickers, please. I don't have time to waste. No owner financing. Cash talks, bullshit walks. Bring me cash and we'll work out a good guy price.