This 1975 Ford Courier was acquired from its original owner in
Southern California several years ago and recently acquired by the
consignor from on online auction. Work has since included a repaint
in green, a reupholstered black vinyl bench seat, replacement
tires, and a tune-up. Power is supplied by a 1.8L inline-four mated
to a four-speed manual transmission, and the truck is equipped with
a cassette radio, and aftermarket alloy wheels. This Courier is now
offered with factory literature, blue California license plates,
and a clean California title.
The Courier was manufactured by Mazda and could be distinguished
from the B-Series trucks by its front grille, single headlights,
and specific badging. This example was reportedly repainted its
current shade of green last year and features a six-foot bed with
tie-downs, a sliding rear window, and a chrome front bumper.
The bench seat has been re-upholstered in pleated black vinyl, and
the cabin features a matching dash pad, carpets, and door panels,
along with body-colored steel surfaces. A Kraco AM/FM/cassette head
unit occupies the factory radio position.
No Reserve: 1975 Ford Courier
A two-spoke steering wheel fronts a 100-mph speedometer and a
combination gauge with insets for fuel level, coolant temperature,
and amperage, along with an oil-pressure warning light. The
five-digit odometer shows approximately 95k miles, less than 200 of
which were added by the selling dealer.
The 1,800cc inline-four was rated at 74 horsepower and 92 lb-ft of
torque when new. A tune-up is said to have been performed by the
Power is sent to the rear wheels through a floor-shifted four-speed
The appeal of trucks from this period are their simplicity and
reliability. The Ford Courier is titled in California, is exempt
from smog certification and has a clean title. Low rate financing
is available with rates as low as 3.5% APR with approved credit.
You can apply directly on our website (www.lagunaclassiccars.com)
by clicking on the "Financing" tab.
We can also arrange delivery to almost anywhere.
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