Gateway Classic Cars of Milwaukee is proud to present this two-door
1974 Ford LTD Brougham. The LTD model was introduced in 1965 as
Fords highest trim level on the full-sized Galaxie. Through its
long run the LTD was sold in many variations including a two-door,
four-door, convertible and a Country Squire wagon. This second
generation was produced from 1969-1978. The new model was given a
major redesign making the car even larger than its predecessor. By
1974, five- mile front and rear bumpers and tougher seat belt
regulations were introduced to comply with Federal safety
regulations. Ford marketed the 1974 LTD as a luxury full-sized
top-of-the-line model. Emphasizing its bold styling, deep cushioned
plush interiors and an abundance of standard features. This 1974
Ford LTD Brougham two-door is painted Ford Saddle Bronze Metallic
accented with a dark brown vinyl roof. The interior is appointed in
a luxurious cloth fabric and deep pile looped carpet. A 50/50 split
front seat and simulated wood dash add to the LTD'S refined
interior. Under the hood is a 400 cubic inch V-8 attached to a
three-speed automatic transmission. Comfort features include power
steering, power brakes, and a Pioneer AM/FM/cd radio mounted under
the dash. The 1974 ad campaign for the Ford LTD says it all:
"Everything about the LTD reflects success". This 1974 Ford LTD
Brougham is a well-preserved example inside and out.
1974 Ford LTD
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