I sold this very 2.8i for £160 in 1994, totally standard and still reasonably tidy with MOT. Was my daily over winter 93. Had a few V6 Capris from around 1988 onwards but this was my last one.
I have a pic somewhere of it in my garden. When new it had been loaned to one of the car mags.
Sister registration to the first Tickford turbo prototype ( with no bodykit) ↓ ↓
OMGpotentialWhiteRoomMadness. "Here we have this cherished ex-press Ford Capri 2.8i 4-speed, on a desirable BHK plate, with it's original checked Recaro grey interior and rare extra-cost 2-tone colour option of Graphite over Stratos. . . . . blah blah bollocks, £35 million quid".
The reality — it got a damn good hammering at every opportunity. Just a cheap old unmodified car like maybe a well-used but still dependable V6 Mondeo would be now. Bought if for a few hundred £££, maybe 500 or something. Sold it to a bloke who wanted to tow his scrambler-bike trailer with it, but I don't think it was ever MOTd again. Wasn't rotten, just a bit tired and worn and faded. Had rare factory alloy rocker covers like some early XR4is. (Bet you're impressed now!).