1970: Mad Maverick
- No reported casting variations.
- The Mad Maverick came in a variety of colors: Color Chart in development - TBA
- The interior is integral with the base casting and is unpainted/raw.
- Goodyear Blackwalls
- 2nd Year Blackwalls
Only a madman would put front and rear blown engines into a Ford Maverick! Topper nailed it with the popular Mad Maverick.
A complete Mad Maverick in red
Rear Details of the Topper Mad Maverick
Base of the Topper Mad Maverick
A gorgeous Mad Maverick in teal
How about this light blue Mad Maverick!
A beautiful array of Mad Maverick's
Unassembled Zamac Mad Maverick
The Mad Maverick... Popular and another one of the high production cars. Most common in red, purple, light green and orange. Also came in light orange, green, gold,
honey gold, ruby, magenta, teal, aqua, copper, steel blue and light purple. All colors commonly sell for $50 ish. Light purple might bring $75. Blisters almost always
$100 with steel blue and light purple nearing $200. Magenta is not rare but is highly collectible.
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