Galaxie 500 Convertible, good solid car, great driver, updated to power disc brakes, new wiring, new magna flow exhaust, new 18/20 in staggered mag wheels, nice top, nice redone int, big block v8, rebuilt auto trans, new gas tank, lots of recipts
With reduced weight for drag-racing performance, the factory racers had a brief but noteworthy reign
The Galaxie packs a 425-horsepower, 427 cid V8 and other tweaks from Ford’s NASCAR racing efforts
Dreamboat describes this boulevard-cruising convertible
‘Gentleman Jack’ Sears’ championship-winning 1963 Ford Galaxie 500 sets a record as race and rally cars excel at Bonhams’ auction at Goodwood Revival
A convertible with a retractable hardtop might be no big deal these days, but back in the ’50s, that was the latest and greatest feat of automotive technology.
A rare high-performance 1963 Ford Galaxie 500 XL packing a 427 cid V8 led the bidding at Mecum Auctions’ second annual Denver sale, which realized $11 million in sales.
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