This is a large format dealer piece for the 1972 Fords, 18" x 11". I've only found this one folio, consisting of the front and back covers, featured here, and the inside covers featuring a page for the Pinto and a page for the Thunderbird. I have no doubt the rest of the interior pages fell out and are probably in another of my brochure cartons. I have 7-8 large cartons full of dealer literature, and will get around to totally organizing them at some point. I've scanned these two images large enough to be able to read and to enjoy the illustrations. This is an early promo piece, with a litho date of 8/71. The Pinto Wagon and Squire were introduced in February of '72, too late for this piece.
This is the year my dad bought a new LTD Brougham 2 door coupe in Light Gray Metallic with a black vinyl roof and a black interior, with the optional high-back "Twin Comfort Lounge" split front seats. My dad was 6'3" and my mom was 4'10" so they always tried to have either bucket seats or divided front seats like the LTD's. This is the car I drove to my high school proms, otherwise totally forgettable evenings for me, lol.
• For the Wiki on the Pinto click here, Most of the information seems correct to me, except for the price. Wikis states it was "close to $1,850" but I remember distinctly it was $1,919 for the 2 door base coupe.