Stunning 1964 Galaxie 2 door hardtop
This is a show car that can be driven any distance to the show.
Rich Red metallic paint applied to a straight rust free body.
The stainless and chrome are in very nice condition.
All glass is very nice and roll up and down as it should.
The off White XL interior is near perfect, no tears or split seams, and is timeless with the bucket seats and floor shift console.
The car is powered by a 428 engine connected to a Ford AOD transmission allowing interstate driving a breeze.
Power steering and Factory air conditioning that blows cold top off the features that make this a pleasure to drive.
New AM FM CD stereo.
This beauty rides on Torque Thrust style wheels with BFG radial tires.
The floor pan and trunk floor are nice, no rust or patches.
The dual exhaust has a nice note, not obnoxiously loud.
If you want to cruise in style and win at the show this is the car for you.
Call Dave for additional info 573-619-3708
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