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Make: Ford
Model: Maverick
Year: 1970
Mileage: 32600
Engine: 302ci
Interior Color: Black
Exterior Color: Blue
Transmission: Manual
Number of Cylinders: 8
VIN (Vehicle Identification Number): 0X91T391643
Fuel Type: Gas


Let's start with a Pinto-esque front end only beefier, have it race rearward on the bottom and a chrome bumper to frame the egg crate grille, a bumped hood, trimmed wheel wells a fastback, small trunk deck, a flat back panel with horizontal rounded corner tail lighting and backup combos, and another finely preserved rear inset chromed bumper with dual exit exhaust just below. Window trimmings are all nicely showing off their chromed bling, and gaps are very consistent. In reference to those Cragar chrome 5 spoke wheels we see 165R15's upfront, and on back 275/60R15's which are just a ''smidge'' larger! This renegade, (actually Maverick), is all bathed in blue which shows no rust on any exterior surfaces and has a nice shine overall.

In true blue oval fashion and for the period being the early 70's there is a consistency in the design of all the models from this year that says it's a Ford. Embossed panels in black vinyl house the door actuators, arm rests and window cranks. This car is just a bit larger than the Mustang, so these doors are just a bit more accommodating than the Mustang for those of a larger height and stature. Inside is a full bench in front with a split back. This shows also in black vinyl and has smooth bolsters outside and some faux woven vinyl panels for the inserts to have just a bit of texture when you enter. In the back is a full bench stretching from side to side. The simple yet effective dash design uses 2 deep set round gauges that are within a curved upward and outward dash front. This gives the illusion of the gauges being oval when they are actually round. The remainder of the dash front is black painted solid metal with a single ash tray that hinges down to accept your smoking waste. Below the dash front is an aftermarket AM/FM/8 track player. In the hump in the middle is a Hurst shifter which resides in a sea of black carpeting which is in nice condition with no fades or major staining. Above is a nice tight black stretched vinyl headliner.
Under the hood is an all buttoned up Boss 302ci V8. This had cast aluminum ribbed valve coverings and a thin new chromed air cleaner. Underneath this cleaner operation is a 4-barrel carburetor and on the back is a Doug Nash 5-speed manual transmission. The rear axle is a Ford 8 inch.

$ 14,250.00


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United States, Texas, Corpus Christi

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