1972 Ford Maverick Street Machine

1972 Ford Maverick Street Machine I shot at the Street Rod Nationals 2013 in Louisville Ky...I have seen a few cool Mavericks at past shows...but I was not able to shoot them...This was to cool not to....check it out!!! For more cool stuff visit http://www.scottiedtv.com/

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Mad Max Fan Recreates Original Interceptor Car
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1972 Ford Maverick, Gateway Classic Cars Philadelphia - #128
We are excited to have a 1972 Ford Maverick. I can honestly say that this Maverick is in better condition than the day it was new. It is the most correct 1972 Maverick that I have ever seen. The car is restored to original standards and equipment level as verified by a Deluxe Marti Report. The Gold Glow Metallic Paint Ford #5079-A and the Ginger / Black Cloth/Vinyl Bench seat are as pristine as they were in 1972. The last time you saw a Maverick like this was in a Ford showroom over 40 years ago. The Maverick was originally conceived and marketed as a subcompact "import fighter", intended to do battle with the Volkswagen Beetle and newer Japanese rivals for North America from Honda, Datsun, and Toyota. The Falcon, Ford's compact offering since 1960 and main rival to the Chevrolet Nova and Dodge Dart, had seen its sales decimated by the introduction of the Mustang in 1964, and despite a redesign in 1966, was unable to meet the then forthcoming U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration motor vehicle standards that would come into effect on January 1, 1970. Consequently, the Falcon was discontinued midway through the 1970 model year, and the Maverick repositioned as Ford's compact entry, giving the Nova and Dart a new rival. The Maverick's styling featured the long hood, fastback roof, and short deck popularized by the Mustang. It featured simple and inexpensive to manufacture pop-out rear side windows rather than roll-downs. This Maverick is well optioned with, Tinted Glass, Vinyl Top, C-4 Automatic, Power steering, Air Conditioning, AM radio, Accent Group, Interior Trim Option, Rear Defogger and Tinted Glass Complete. Oh, and of course the 302 ci V8. To view this 1972 Ford Maverick in greater detail, including HD pictures and an HD video, visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com or our Philadelphia showroom located in West Deptford, NJ. For more information, please call 856-599-4100 or email Philadelphia@GatewayClassicCars.com





1970 Ford Maverick For Sale
http://www.ClassicCarBuyingSecrets.com Click now for an instant download on "How to Avoid the 7 Deadliest Mistakes of Buying a Classic Car Online"! To see over 100 pictures of this car visit http://vanguard.dealeraccelerate.net/vehicles/2282/1970-ford-maverick 1970 Ford Maverick VIN: 0K91T338754 Let me start off by saying we believe this to be an original 17k mile, San Diego car. That being said it also has a brand new crate 302ci Phoenix Engine with less than 500 miles on it, and the trans was rebuilt at the same time as well. Hooker headers an HEI distributor, B&M Quick Silver Shifter and other small parts have been added to make this Maverick a truly unique car. The body has all the original sheet metal it was built with when it rolled off the line and the underside is proof of that. The undercarriage has, besides the gas tank and Exhaust, remained untouched, even the undercoating spray is still visible! A 1970 Car Shop Manual, Magazine, Various Instruction Manuals, Posters, CD's with Instructions, Wiring Diagrams, and Marti Report are included in Sale! Mechanics: 302ci V8 Phoenix Engine (331hp) (#: E7TE) - Less than 500 Miles Jet Coated Hooker Headers Edelbrock Intake HEI Distributor - Ford Spark Plug Wires Edelbrock Single 4-Barrel Carb - 600 CFM C4 3-Speed Automatic Transmission - Less than 500 Miles Front Independent Suspension - New Upper Control Arms - New Lower Control Arms - New Bushings - Shock Towers are Clean Rear Leaf Spring Suspension - Air Shocks Ford 8” Rear End - Ratio: 2.79:1 - Open Diff Front Disc Brakes Rear Drum Brakes 2.5” Dual Exhaust w/ Glasspack Style Mufflers Aluminum Radiator - Clutch Fan - Electric Fans Newer Larger Gas Tank New Starter Body: Original Grabber Paint Finish Dual Hood Scoops Hood is Flush w/ Fenders Door Lips and Jambs Look Great Chrome and Stainless Look Great Inside of Trunk Looks Brand New - Spare Tire and Jack - Deck Lid Looks Great Undercarriage is in Great Shape - Everything is Original (besides Exhaust and gas tank) - Frame is in Great Shape - Floor Boards are All Original - Rockers Look Great - Original Underbody Spray Magnum 500 15” Wheels New BFG Radial T/A Front Tires: 225/60R15 New BFG Radial T/A Rear Tires: 245/60R15 Interior: Black Factory Interior - Bench Seat - Floor Shifter - Front and Rear Seat Belts w/ Shoulder Belts - Door Panels Look Original - Carpeting Looks Original - Headliner is Tight - Upholstery is in Great Shape Dashboard is in Great Shape Dash Pad is in Great Shape B&M Quick Silver Shifter Don’t Miss Out! Call Tom 7 Days a Week at 248-974-9513! tom@vanguardmotorsales.com





1970 Ford Maverick 5.0 Coyote
A 1970 Ford Maverick with the 5.0 Coyote motor transplanted in it...I shot this cat at the Street Rod Nationals 2013....Very nice car....check it out!! For more cool stuff visit http://www.scottiedtv.com/




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