1963 Ford Galaxie 500XL Convertible
Show Quality Top to Bottom
Laser, Laser Straight
Original Interior that is impeccable
No expense spared
Being offered is not only one of the nicest 1963 Ford Galaxie’s we have seen this is one of the nicest vehicles we have had period, this vehicle is spectacular. This ride features near flawless (we haven’t found a single nick or scratch in it) original color Chestnut Iridescent paint that is mirror finished with convertible top that is like new. The interior of the car is original and as you can see in the pictures is unbelievable. The body on this car is laser straight with no dings, dents, or any waviness whatsoever, the panel fit is absolutely perfect, the doors click shut. This vehicle has all original sheet metal including the undercarriage. The frame on the vehicle is as solid as they come. The vehicle is equipped with it’s factory original 352 cubic inch V8 that has been bored and stroked to 390 cubic inches which makes this vehicle perform very well. If you are looking for one of these you would be doing yourself a favor to check this one out. Please do not hesitate to call with questions or to schedule and appointment to see this incredible vehicle as it will only take one person to look at this car before it is gone, Tom 513 608-8121.
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