1962 FORD GALAXIE 500 SUNLINER CONVERTIBLE 406 C . I .WITH 3 DUCES AND 405 H .P . FACTORY T-10 BORG/WARNER 4 SPEED CAST IRON TRANSMISSION with factory shift handle and knob . Power top , Floors and trunk pan don't have any rust . This car was bought in 1962 as a 390 CI 4 speed because the owner wanted a 406 and it would've taken to long to order one . So he decided to have the dealer take out the 390 and put in a new 406 . Back then no one ever heard of Clones , Tributes or whatever else ya call them . He just wanted a 406 . This car was built for him , not to try and fool anyone . Every thing in this car works and works as it should . Back up lights , brake lights , signal lights , emergency brake , interior lights and dashboard lights all gauges , speedometer , lighter , even the tube radio . this car doesn't have any leaks or drips no smoke clutch doesn't slip or chatter . Engine runs smooth all you hear is the solid lifters and the rumble of the exhaust . The electric choke works . Windows roll up and easy no cracks or discolor , Doors close easy and solid no hanging or misalignment . Interior is original . It doesn't have any rips or splits in the seats door panels . Now that you have read this ad about this rare and fabulous Sunliner 406 convertible , SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY ! 32,500.00 And that's cheap !!!
Call (203) 710-9970 ANDY . If you text or email I will not answer . "CALL ONLY" THERE ARE TO MANY SCAMMERS OUT THERE ! There are more things that this car has that I can only explain over the phone . THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST
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