The Ford Maverick was manufactured from model years 1969 through
1977. It was based on the existing platform of the Falcon and
Mustang. The Maverick utilized styling popularized by the Mustang -
a long hood, fastback roofline and short rear deck. The Maverick
Grabber package was muscle-car themed and introduced special
graphics/trim, a front spoiler and distinctive 'Dual Dome' hood.
Our 1972 Maverick Grabber had a total restoration in 2021 with
mechanical upgrades. The outstanding Dark Green Metallic respray,
believed to be the original color, is stunning and accented with
Grabber stripping/hood and a nice black vinyl top. Period correct
15" aluminum alloys mount BFGoodrich Radial T/A tires. The
refreshed deluxe interior includes new vinyl upholstery, full gauge
package w/Jegs 8,000 RPM tach, shoulder belts and B+M shifter. The
current 302ci motor is said to have been rebuilt and is fitted with
aluminum heads, performance cam, aluminum intake, Holley carburetor
and Ford Racing dress-up kit. Tube headers exit to a custom
stainless exhaust system and an aluminum radiator/clutch fan handle
cooling. A 3-speed automatic transmission provides torque to the
rear differential that came from the factory with 2.79:1 gears. The
solid chassis features a front sway bar and upgraded 4-wheel disc
brakes. This is a very unique Maverick Grabber that has been
carefully built to be driven. ALL VEHICLES SOLD "AS IS".
1972 Ford Maverick
Location:Concord, North Carolina
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