Don’t Mention It: 1973 Ford Maverick

I am going to try and write a feature without mentioning the coronavirus…arggg…I already broke that promise by even mentioning the thing.  Okay, rewind…let’s try again.  The Ford Maverick was sold starting in 1970 as a replacement for the oldschool Falcon and it sold in decent numbers through 1977 when it was replaced with Ford Granadas/Fairmonts using the Fox-body platform.  I have a soft spot in my heart for these things because they were cheap drivers for years and still are!! Find this 1973 Ford Maverick offered for $4200 in Phoenix, AZ via craigslist. Tip from FuelTruck.

From the seller:

1973 Ford Maverick

condition: excellent

drive: rwd

fuel: gas

paint color: yellow

title status: clean

transmission: automatic

1973 Ford Maverick

All Original Inside and Out! Pure Muscle. Well Cared For. Rebuilt Engine 302 V8. New Starter. New Battery. New Altanator. New Plugs/Wires. New Fuel Pump. Transmission Good. All Electrical works, New Gas Guage. Runs and Drives Great! Can be daily driver (with regular care of course is an older car) Pass Emissions for next 2 Years. Clean Arizona Title. OBO!!! Must Go!!

See a better car for surviving the coronapocalypse? arggg…I did it again!!!