1968 FORD GALAXIE FASTBACK XL/GT ONE OF ONE Looking for a special
buyer, for a very special car. Out of over 800,000 cars made by
Ford in 1968, this was the only one ordered in this rare option
combination. This is according to the included Marti Auto Works
report included with the car. The car is in superb shape and
original. The Galaxie fastback is powered by the original 390 Big
Block with an ultra rare factory 4 speed transmission. The car runs
beautifully, and clicks into and through the gears. Its very
powerful too! The car is equipped with Factory Air Conditioning,
rare for a 4 speed car. Also Power Disc brakes, Power Steering,
Bucket Seats and Center console. The car is Sunlit Gold, with its
original GT wheel covers and stripes. The interior is extremely
nice, the dash is perfect! Its NOT a dash cap either. There are no
dents or drags, the body is in very nice shape. The car has NO rust
issues either. The overall paint looks nice, the topside has some
Texas Sun discoloring. The car comes with its original factory
carburetor in the trunk. Comes with a clear Texas title. Please
Note The Following **Vehicle Location is at our clients home and
Not In Cadillac, Michigan. **We do have a showroom with about 25
cars that is by appointment only **Please Call First and talk to
one of our reps at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 **
1968 Ford Galaxie
Exterior Color:Sunlit Gold
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