When it came to performance, no one could even come close to Ford in 1964. That year everything seemed to come together with great styling for the passenger cars and some of the most powerful engines the American auto industry has ever seen. Introduced for mid-year 1963 was the ultimate FE big-block engine, the 427ci V8, but they also offered the fantastic 390ci V8 that could also propel full-size Fords into the front of the pack be it on the street, strip or track. If someone had a need for speed, Ford had at what they were looking for.
Style-wise, the full-size 1964 Ford line featured a modern age design that had sculpted body with flowing lines and most impressively on hardtop models, fastback rooflines that are by far the most appealing and "fast" looking. Fords timeless huge round "jet age" taillights just top it off.
Offered here is an extremely nice 1964 Ford Galaxie 500 "fastback" that has been treated to a beautiful restoration solidified by its 1st national prize badge on the grille from the Antique Automobile Club of America. Finished in its original colors of black with a red interior, this car also features a little muscle under the hood. This car still retains its original and powerful 390 cubic inch V8 paired with its original 3 speed stick on the column with overdrive! It also has power steering and power brakes to make driving pleasant and easy, but still with the muscle of a powerful engine and transmission. Mechanically this car runs and drives beautifully. If you are looking for a Galaxie 500, this car in its colors, engine and transmission combination and condition doesn't get much better. Contact us today for more information.