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Hot!HELP!!! Cant find any Interior trim codes?

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2022/10/13 17:00:57 (permalink)
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HELP!!! Cant find any Interior trim codes?

I'm desperately trying to find what interior options were available in the Ford Capri MK1 1969-1972, does any know where I can look? I found the amazing post by @cosworthfreak about all the exterior paints just need the interior now and google has not been that helpful. 
 
Thank you to anyone who responds :) 
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    gtv6capri
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    Re: HELP!!! Cant find any Interior trim codes? 2022/10/14 19:25:48 (permalink)
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    Depends on the year.  There are de-coding sheets on here, also there was cloth insert option-the trim code on the ID plate will have a letter followed by a number if it was optioned with inserts
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    Re: HELP!!! Cant find any Interior trim codes? 2022/10/16 10:09:34 (permalink)
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    Look under 'Capri by the numbers - decoding sheets', it's all there!

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    Re: HELP!!! Cant find any Interior trim codes? 2022/10/16 16:43:58 (permalink)
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    Yep, the decoding sheets that Terry has published are great, plus the paint sheet I posted here was Terry’s as well I think.
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