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What we have here is a 1964 Ford Galaxy 4 Door Sedan with 98,000 original miles on the odometer. The car is finished in Green which is complemented by a Green vinyl interior. Overall, this car is a solid number 3 and will provide its new owner miles of driving pleasure as well as many awards at those local shows.
This 1964 Ford Galaxy 4 Door Sedan is all original with its 352cid motor, coupled to its original transmission and rear end. We have the documentation for the car including the original sales bill. The car was repainted 2 years ago and we have included a few pictures of the process. The car has been stored inside in winters and the current owner bought her 10 years ago in Toronto where it had been kept in an underground parking and had been regularly maintained. The car needs repair to the bench of the front seat and will need new tires.
Overall, the car runs and drives well and is a very nice example of the 1964 Ford Galaxy and if you are a fan of this car, you should call us today!!. We are expert at importing cars from Canada and there are no duties or fees applied on entry.
We have priced this vehicle to provide you the best deal on a car of this caliber so call today to find out how it can be sitting in your driveway.
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