This is a great 1963 Ford Galaxie 500 convertible that is in above average condition. The exterior is Rangoon Red and the paint is excellent. All chrome and trim is sharp and shiny. The convertible top is white and looks new.Interior is the red bench seat interior. All interior trim is in excellent condition.Engine is the 352 cid with automatic transmission. Options are power brakes, power steering, and power top.This is a great driver that will do very well at local shows and cruise ins. It is located in North Carolina.
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