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1960 "rare" 2 Dr. Ford Galaxie (ranch Wagon) .....wow.... on 2040-cars

Year:1960 Mileage:890000 Color: SATIN BLACK /
 GRAY
Location:

Port Orange, Florida, United States

Port Orange, Florida, United States
Transmission:3 SPEED STICK
Body Type:R A R E ............. 2 DOOR...................
Engine:223 ci SIX CYL
Vehicle Title:Clear
Fuel Type:Gasoline
For Sale By:Private Seller
Year: 1960
Exterior Color: SATIN BLACK
Make: Ford
Interior Color: GRAY
Model: Galaxie
Trim: 2 DOOR RANCH WAGON
Drive Type: STICK SHIFT 3 SPEED
Mileage: 890,000
Sub Model: 2 DR. RANCH WAGON
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Condition: Used: A vehicle is considered used if it has been registered and issued a title. Used vehicles have had at least one previous owner. The condition of the exterior, interior and engine can vary depending on the vehicle's history. See the seller's listing for full details and description of any imperfections. ... 

HEY..... LOOK THIS OVER.... VERY RARE CLASSIC , EVER SEEN ONE ???? WOW......... CAN YOU SAY .. RARE..???? YES .... 1960 "RANCH WAGON" 2 DOOR !!! VERY  FEW MADE .. 223 6 CYL / 3 SPEED STICK ....NICE BLACK SATIN PAINT (NOT PRIMER) / NICE GRAY INTERIOR / NEW CARPET ALL OVER / ALL WINDOWS WORK FINE / TAIL GATE & REAR WINDOW WORK GREAT / GOOD TIRES / TEMP & OIL GAUGE WORK / LIGHTS WORK / SPEEDO QUIT YESTERDAY / SHOWS 89K MILES / RUNS & DRIVES GOOD ... LIKE A 53 YR. ORIGINAL CAR SHOULD / SHIFTS GOOD - STOPS GOOD . HAS MANY NEW PARTS STILL IN THE BAGS... DASH KNOBS - WINDOW RUBBERS - GAS PEDAL - & OTHER NEW THINGS . ALSO NEW INSTALLED ITEMS ARE ... 10 GAL. POLY GAS TANK & LINES / REBUILT CARB & MASTER CYL / NEW IGN. SWITCH & SOLONIOD / FRESH OIL & FILTER / FLOORS & REAR AREA LOOK GOOD WITH NO RUST HOLES **** NOT A SHOW CAR **** BUT ITS TONS OF FUN TO DRIVE AROUND TO LOCAL CAR SHOWS & EVENTS . ITS OUR WEEK-END CRUIZER...GREAT ON GAS TOOOO !!!! IT IS A RADIO DELETE CAR , HEATERS NOT HOOKED UP BUT WE DON'T NEED THAT HERE IN THE SUNSHINE STATE !!!  FLOOR VENTS & WINDOW VENTS ARE THE A/C !!! INSTALL A "BIG BLOCK" IN THIS CLASSIC & YOU'LL REALLY HAVE SOMETHING .... FOR SALE LOCALLY & I HAVE THE RIGHT TO STOP AUCTION EARLY...I'LL WORK WITH YOUR SHIPPERS PICK-UP DATES & TIME ..... NO PAY PAL .... CASH / BANK WIRE / BANK CHECK .... VEHICLE RELEASED WHEN FUNDS CLEAR ... CLEAR FL. TITLE ... PLEASE BID ONLY IF YOU HAVE THE MONEY !!! PLEASE CALL ME FOR MORE INFO -OR- YOUR BEST CASH OFFER ... @ 386-871-9559... DAYTONA BEACH , FL. AREA ... THIS CAR CAME FROM TX. SEVERAL YEARS AGO ... MY NEW CLASSIC IS READY & THIS ONE MUST GO !!! .......... Also .. Tail pipe is missing from muffler back & motor smokes alittle when first starting up ... But it can , its 53 years old !! *******THANKS 4 YOUR TIME********

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