Best Affordable British Sports Cars

Even if you have a lot of other priorities for instance, sports, extracurricular activities, etc., still you need to complete a senior project to graduate successfullyThere weren't many of these cars made but they are still fairly cheap, especially compared to their Ford V8 powered brother, the Sunbeam Tiger. Production began with a 1494cc straight four and ended with a 1725cc with various upgrades and improvements between the two. These cars look really good and have similar body lines to an early Ford Thunderbird. Interior comfort on these are decent but not as good as the MBG. Production ended shortly after Rootes Group was taken over by Chrysler, with a little under 70,000 units produced in total. $ 3500 - $7500 will get you a decent example. Ford Capri MK1Manufactured 1969-1974 These cars are fastback coupes made by Ford of Europe in England. They were officially imported into the U.S. in small numbers. The 1969-70 models had a very underpowered small four cylinder but the 1971-1974 models had the 2.0L out of the Pinto. The pinto had a bad reputation but time has proven it a good power plant and there are many performance upgrades available for it. Many of these cars were repowered early on in their lives because they were generally much cheaper than mustangs. I have even seen a - Ford 427 - shoe horned into one of these things. They are not all that common but $5k should bring home a nice one. - - - - - -