1963 Ford Galaxie 500 Convertble Powered by 352 engine backed by automatic transmmission Paint was done 12 years ago Interio is still orignal has minor rip on driver seat and liitle paint missing on driver door panel where you have your arm sitting while driving. All new suspension parts. Drive this car anywhere drives awesome. You don't see these kind car's for sale at this price to often call Jordan 612 290 9299 $ SOLD
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