1964 Ford Galaxie 500 2 Door with 54K original miles. A all original car and was a barn find. This classic car is still wearing its original paint with chrome and original interior inside. Has the original spare in the truck and even has the original protect-o-plate also. Have lots of paperwork like owners manaul, delivery paperwork when new and etc. The only parts that have been changed on this classic car over the years was a water pump, hoses, radial tires and a tune up. IF YOU DECIDE TO COME LOOK AT THIS CAR, YOU WILL NEED AN APPOINTMENT TO VIEW IT! Morrison Motor Company has been in business since 1970 selling quality pre-owned vehicles. We have been here due to repeat business and referrals over the years. Dont like the minds games and being at a car dealership for hours, we dont either. We try to make the vehicle buying experience as easy as possible. One way we do that is we dont charge all the high fees like other dealers, our doc fee is only $195. Need financing, our finance manager is here to get you the best deal out there. We also dont ruin your credit by sending you to 10 different banks or more. Our financing manager wants to keep your credit good. Have a trade? We take those also, all years and makes. For more details about Morrison Motor Company please go to our company website www.morrisonmotorco.com There you can get more information about us and the vehicle you are looking to purchase. We are not here just to sell you one car in your lifetime but here to build a relationship to sell you many. Thank you for the interest in this vehicle and we look forward to doing business with you.
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