Ford 1973

Corcel
Galaxie
Landau
Jeep
F-75
Rural
Maverick - new model

Brazil

The facelifted Corcel I (sometimes called the "Mark 1½") has a more aggressive look compared to the more conservative 1968 version. Some of the L and all GT versions are also equipped with a new, bored out 1.4-litre (1,372 cc) version of the existing engine. Claimed power for the regular Corcel is 75 hp (SAE gross), with 85 hp on tap at 5,400 rpm from the "XP" engine used in the GT, with its double-barrel carburettor.
 

Corcel

wb: 2435 mm 4 cyl.
1372 cm³
75 hp (SAE)
4 cyl.
1372 cm³
85 hp (SAE)
Sedan 4-dr Sedan -
Coupe 2-dr Coupé GT
Kombi 3-dr Belina -

 

Galaxie, LTD and Landau

wb: 3020 mm V8 cyl.
4785 cm³
190 hp (SAE)
Sedan 4-dr

 

Maverick

  wb: 6 cyl.
3016 cm³
112 hp (SAE)
V8 cyl.
4950 cm³
197 hp (SAE)
Sedan 4-dr 2790 mm Sedan -
Coupé 2-dr 2620 mm Coupé GT

 

Rural and F-75

wb: 2654 mm 6 cyl.
2640 cm³
90 hp (SAE)
6 cyl.
3014 cm³
110 hp (SAE)
Kombi 2-dr Rural Rural
Pick-up F-75 F-75

 

 

Jeep

wb: 6 cyl.
2640 cm³
90 hp (SAE)
2057 mm CJ-5
2565 mm CJ-6