I'll be picking up a copy soon. You know how I feel about your Capri, Randy. It's absolutely gorgeous. I've told my tale of unrequited love, Capri-style, several times here in TCL. The utter superiority of these cars, in particular the V6 model, to any competitive car when they were new is difficult to describe to an audience today that is conditioned to modern cars that are ALL basically excellent. I'll never forget taking a V6 Capri for a drive the first time. It was revelatory is all I can say. With these hot-selling cars and even a sprinkling of Panteras in showrooms in the early seventies, a Lincoln-Mercury dealer was a place for enthusiasts to gather. It's a shame they're gone now.
BTW, I sure do wish I could find a photo of my '71 Pinto (my first brand-new car). I had American Libre wheels on it just like yours, only with white-letter Firestones. All 4 rims developed hairline cracks around the center hub, and I eventually junked them. But they were perhaps the hottest-looking sport-compact rims on the market then. They made anything look terrific, including the Datsun 510 factory Trans-Am racers.