This 1964 Ford Consul Capri is a non-running project that hasn’t seen regular use since 1970. A rare LHD example, rust is said to be minimal. The interior looks to be almost completely stripped, but the original, non-crossflow 1500 Kent four remains in place, and the seller says a 1600 crossflow and 4-speed are also available. Find it here on Craigslist in Phoenix, Arizona for $3,500.
Bodywork looks pretty good for a car that has been sitting for over 40 years, and the worst of rust is said to be contained to the rear end which was sitting on the ground. The front isn’t captured straight-on, but the odd angle of the front bumper is actually correct. Wheels appear to be the factory 4.5″ wide steelies sans hubcaps, and tires are said to be new. Glass is described as being in perfect shape along with all chrome trim. It also looks like lighting and badging are both complete, but at least one tail lamp is cracked.
The engine isn’t pictured, but it’s said to be the original Kent 1500, a pre-crossflow unit coupled to a 4-speed column-shift. The seller doesn’t touch on running condition, but we’d definitely aim to pick up the 1600 crossflow which is said to be running. These pillarless coupes are rare even in native RHD format, and look very cool when cleaned up.