Beautiful Photos of the Ford Maverick

The Ford Maverick is a compact car manufactured and marketed by Ford for model years 1970–1977 in the United States, originally as a two-door sedan employing a rear-wheel drive platform original to the 1960 Falcon — and subsequently as a four-door sedan on the same platform.

The Maverick was also manufactured in Venezuela, Canada, Mexico, and from 1970 to 1979, in Brazil. The name “maverick” was derived from the word for unbranded range animals, and the car’s nameplate was stylized to resemble the head of Longhorn cattle.

The Maverick’s styling featured the long hood, fastback roof, and short deck popularized by the Mustang, on a 103-inch (2,616 mm) wheelbase — and featured pop-out rear side windows.

Nearly 579,000 Mavericks were produced in its first year, approaching the record-setting first year of Mustang sales (nearly 619,000), and easily outpaced the Mustang’s sales of fewer than 200,000 in 1970. Total North American Maverick production (1969-1977) reached 2.1 million units.

Here below is a set of beautiful photos of the Ford Maverick.

1972 Ford Maverick Sprint Grabber and Pinto
1970 Ford Maverick 2-door Sedan
1970 Ford Maverick 2-door Sedan
1970 Ford Maverick 2-door Sedan
1970 Ford Maverick 2-door Sedan
1970 Ford Maverick 2-door Sedan
1970 Ford Maverick 2-door Sedan
1970 Ford Maverick 2-door Sedan
1970 Ford Maverick
1971 Ford Maverick Grabber
1971 Ford Maverick Sedan
1971 Ford Maverick Sedan
1972 Ford Maverick Sprint Grabber
1972 Ford Maverick Sprint Grabber
1972 Ford Maverick

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