Redesigned for 1965 the Ford Galaxie featured dual headlights that were vertically arranged. Other changes for the new model year included a new 3-link rear suspension with coils in replace of leaf springs, new instrument cluster, and two-way keys (one for the doors/ignition and the other for the trunk/glovebox). The 352 cu in (5.8L) FE V8 which this car is equipped with also came standard from the factory with dual exhausts and a 4bbl carburetor. Other features include: a Cruise-O-Matic automatic transmission that sends power through a Ford rear end with a 3.00:1 gear ratio, front/rear power drum brakes, and power steering. This particular 2-door fastback Galaxie rolled off the line at the Chicago plant on August 31 finished in Wimbledon White and the Ivy Gold with headrest vinyl trim selected for the interior. The 5 digit odometer reads "79839". Make this your full-sized Ford for a small-sized price! Call us today at (630) 443-4582 or send an email to email@example.com for more information! We buy, sell, and consign all types of vintage cars! We also finance at competitive rates! Come visit Baltria Vintage Auto Gallery at 4200 E Main St, Saint Charles, Illinois 60174. Baltria Vintage Auto Gallery also handles shipping, mechanical service, paint/body work, detailing, vehicle inspections, and much more! Check us out at https://www.baltria.com & Like us on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/BaltriaVintageAutoGallery/ Vehicle is sold As-Is No Warranty. All information is presented to the best of our knowledge, but we make no guarantees on its authenticity. Buyer is encouraged to inspect vehicle and verify information independently prior to purchase.
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