1959 Ford Galaxie Hardtop for Sale. Showing 20,083 miles. To slide into the driver's seat and listen to the car run is like stepping back in time. About 90% original paint, hi-gloss chrome, and brilliant bright work appearing as it would have driven around town in 1959. Powered by Ford's dependable 352 CI and backed with an automatic transmission, it's ready to cruise. The interior is original and retains it's clear plastic seat covers often used through the late 50's and early 60's to protect the interior. The windows glide up and down with a gentle touch. The only apparent options to this classic 50's ride are a radio, twin exterior mirrors, skirts and a continental kit which gives the Galaxie a luxurious appearance. The car rolls on stock steel wheels carrying B.F.Goodrich Silvertown 8.40 -14's in a wide white wall biased ply tire with full Galaxie wheel discs typical of the 50's and adding to the car's appeal. This remarkable Cruiser comes with original owner's manual, Owner Fact about the new '59 Fords, and a 1959 Ford Galaxie brochure. Collectors and Ford enthusiasts don't miss this exceptional automobile! You won't find another like this one! 2 Door,Automatic Transmission
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