Ford Laser TX3/Capri - 2019 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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Ford Laser TX3/Capri

Back when Australia’s carmakers believed in being creative, Ford had a go at building an affordable sports car and nearly succeeded.

Quality glitches blighted early versions of the open-top Capri but late-series XR2s and the scarce Clubsprint are good cars and generate strong money.

An early Capri at under $4000 offers interesting basic transport but buyers are understandably sceptical of Turbos. Not so the all-wheel drive KF-KH Laser TX3 Turbo which is scarce but hovers around the $7000 mark and should if life were fair bring more than $10,000.

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Front-wheel drive TX3s are good for a laugh and worth $4500-6000. Older KA-KE Lasers are disappearing fast however scarcity still isn’t helping survivors gain in value.

Laser GL/Ghia KA-KE $1990 [15] 

Laser TX3 KF-KH $4900 [3]

Laser TX3 4WD KF-KH $7000 [2] 

Capri SA/SB $3645 [38]

Capri Turbo/XR2 $4775 [31] 

Capri Clubsprint $8465 [8]

[*] = number of recorded sales

(Note: concours & special cars may demand more.)

Numbers from our 2019 Aussie Family Car Market Value Guide.


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