Ford 1979

Corcel II
Maverick - end of prod.
Galaxie
Landau
Jeep
F-75

Brazil

Ford Brasil S.A.,
Av. Rudge Ramos, 1501 São Bernardo do Campo, C.P.8610, São Paulo, Brazil
Ford Brasil originated in 1976 from the merger of Ford Motor do Brasil and Willys-Overland do Brasil, 50% of which belonged to Renault. Shortly before the acquisition Willys-Overland developed the forerunner of the Renault 12 which was then launched by Ford as Corcel.
The current Ford Corcel II is a second generation available now as two-door saloon and estate with two engines to choose from: 1.4-litre with 56 hp or 1.6-litre with 71 hp. Both are four-cylinder in-line. Four-speed or optional five-speed gearbox, front-wheel drive.
The second model, introduced in 1973 is based on the US Maverick Two- and four-door sedan or coupe with 2.3-liter four-cylinder or 5-liter V8.
The top-of-the-range model also has a US predecessor. Under the Galaxy 500 bonnet works a 5-liter V8 from the Maverick with four-speed or automatic on request. Also as LTD and Landau.
 

Corcel

wb: 2438 mm 4 cyl.
1372 cm³
55 hp (DIN)
4 cyl.
1372 cm³
60 hp (DIN)
4 cyl.
1372 cm³
56 hp (DIN)
4 cyl.
1555 cm³
71 hp (DIN)
Sedan 2-dr L/LDO GT L/LDO/GT L/LDO/GT
Kombi 3-dr L/LDO - L/LDO/GT L/LDO/GT

 

Maverick

  wb: 4 cyl.
2301 cm³
99 hp (SAE)
V8 cyl.
4950 cm³
197 hp (SAE)
Sedan 4-dr 2790 mm
Coupé 2-dr 2620 mm GT


Maverick GT
 

Galaxie 500 and LTD Landau

wb: 3020 mm V8 cyl.
4945 cm³
199  hp (SAE)
Sedan 4-dr


Landau
 

F-75

 

 

Jeep