This custom 1963 Ford Galaxie 500 fastback was built with
aspirations of the original Galaxy lightweight with modern-day
performance. An original steel car, it was extensively restored in
its original Rangoon Red exterior and light gold and white
interior. A 7.5-liter 8-cylinder big-block Ford engine was bored
and stroked, transforming it into a twin-turbo 523ci engine
producing 1,144rwhp and 1,009 ft/lbs of torque tuned at a mild 18
pounds of boost on E85. The engine is equipped with a Holley
Dominator fuel injection management system with Injector Dynamics
fuel injectors, Hogan custom-fabricated billet intake, Cobra Jet
aluminum heads, factory fuel tank with high-output Holley electric
pump, precision 67mm twin turbochargers, Ron Davis
custom-fabricated aluminum radiator with dual fans and a CVR
electric water pump. The engine is backed by a built C6 automatic
transmission with reverse manual valve body and forged internals
with a mild stall converter. The fresh stock interior features a
Holley 7-inch LCD touchscreen and TCI Diablo billet shifter. This
Galaxy rides on Kalsey Hayes-style 15-inch steel wheels with Mickey
Thompson street drag radial tires. The 1963-1/2 fastback was a
limited-production car that came out to dominate NASCAR and NHRA.
This car includes a dyno sheet.
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