The Pick of the Day recognizes National Police Week with a blast from the law-enforcement past
The Pick of the Day is a Galaxie stock car raced by Fred Lorenzen
With reduced weight for drag-racing performance, the factory racers had a brief but noteworthy reign
The Galaxie packs a 425-horsepower, 427 cid V8 and other tweaks from Ford’s NASCAR racing efforts
Dreamboat describes this boulevard-cruising convertible
‘Gentleman Jack’ Sears’ championship-winning 1963 Ford Galaxie 500 sets a record as race and rally cars excel at Bonhams’ auction at Goodwood Revival
A convertible with a retractable hardtop might be no big deal these days, but back in the ’50s, that was the latest and greatest feat of automotive technology.
A rare high-performance 1963 Ford Galaxie 500 XL packing a 427 cid V8 led the bidding at Mecum Auctions’ second annual Denver sale, which realized $11 million in sales.
Welcome to Chazland: a world made of pure imagination housing creations that defy explanation.
Just about everybody loves the looks of the “shoebox” Fords, which debuted for 1949 and are credited with being the seminal examples of postwar streamlined design that integrated the fenders with the body. These also make mighty attractive street rods, such as the Pick of the Day, a clean-and-simple 1951 Ford 2-door coupe that looks […]