Ford Couriers For Sale

The Courier name has been applied to a variety of Ford models since 1952. The first Ford Courier was a delivery sedan that was based on the full-sized station wagons already in production. This fleet car was made until 1960. From 1971 to 1985, the Ford Courier name was given to a compact pickup truck from Mazda, which was made in Japan. Ford also used the Courier name for vans and trucks in Europe and South America in the 1990s and 2000s. The early model Courier wagons and trucks are desirable collectibles today, and you can find one by searching the classifieds at FossilCars.

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