For Sale by owner 1962 Ford Galaxie 500 XL 390 H.P Tri-Power fully loaded with nearly every option available!
64,950 Original miles..
This classic Ford has absolutely got to be one of the nicest and cleanest most honest cars I have ever owned!
Zero rust ever never ever!!! Paint and body has got to be a solid 8 even for the most critical eye!
Amazingly clean and original undercarriage that has zero drama or attempts at hiding anything!
Very powerful and responsive engine and firm shifting transmission that drives the car like the day it was new. Powered up by New old stock date code correct factory ford Tri-Power and factory cast iron headers tuned perfectly with fresh kits in carbs!
Finished in its rare factory original color of "Peacock Blue" this car has a copy of the original dealer sales invoice and original warranty card, all documentation, photos, factory manuals, books, sales brochures!
It really doesn't get better. All inspections and test drives are welcome, this car will not disappoint! Its got to be one of the best ones left in such amazing condition!
This car is driven and enjoyed on a regular basis, all fluids and services are up-to date and safety inspection is current!
Factory options include:
390ci High performance engine
Cruise O-matic 3 speed
SelectAire air conditioning
Deluxe wheel covers
Push button radio
Power seat 4 way
Two tone paint
2 speed electric wipers and washer
Back up lights
Front seat belts
Safety Package A
Heavy duty battery
Rear seat speaker
Rear view mirrors
406,427,428 TOP LOADER 4 SPEED
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