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Hi, I'm selling my "turn key"1961 Ford Galaxie Sunliner (convertible). The car was fully restored a few years back
it has about 61,xxx miles on it and believed to be original, as I am the second owner of the car and prior to that,
the car was restored, pampered and parked at a climate controlled private garage.
It features a rare color combo Corinthian White exterior and factory 2 tone, white on red interior. Under the hood
is the famous 292 “Y” block Ford Thunderbird Special engine with an auto trans which was rebuild at the time of
the restoration and has about 4k miles on it. It also has power steering, aluminum 3 core radiator, new fuel tank,
new fuel and break lines, new front end, new shocks front / back(air shocks in the back), new front to back dual
factory specs exhaust, new holley carb with electric choke ect..(basically everything was redone at the time of the
Floors, trunk pan and quarters are solid, and in good condition. Interior is mint with no rips tears or cuts. New
powered convertible top with zip down back window. All glass and stainless is in excellent condition. Paint is just
as good as show quality with few things here and there from normal wear.
All fully working gauges, working original radio, original clock, lights, wipers, original heater, etc...
(everything works) After market Pioneer radio with remote control was installed and hidden in the glove box with
USB connection for iPod and Bluetooth compatibility for any smart phone. New Undercover II Speakers were installed
under the front seat, and the tweeters were upgraded to O Zone tweeters. To get max performance out of it all an
amp was added under the back seat. All panels remain uncut for the install of the aftermarket radio and speakers.
If you wish to remove it, it can be done in less than 10 min.
I'm sure i'm forgetting a ton of things but at the end of the day the car runs and drives flawlessly. Always turns
heads and draws crowds where ever I go.
1961 Ford Galaxie on 2040-cars
North Blenheim, New York, United States
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Ford's 1.0-liter EcoBoost is proving to be The Little Engine That Could, and it continues to acquit itself well, finding favor as one of the best powerplants in the world. To confirm it yet again, the tiny mill just won the International Engine of the Year award for the third year in a row, likewise also nabbing the title in the Sub 1.0-liter category.
Packing 123 horsepower and 148 pound-feet of torque with overboost (125 lb-ft normally), the tiny engine combines impressive power in a size small enough to be a carry-on item for a commercial flight. US buyers only got a taste of the award winner in the 2014 Fiesta, while the 1.0 EcoBoost has been available throughout the Ford lineup in Europe for a few years now. American sales have reportedly been strong, however, and next up in the US, the mill will find its way into the 2015 Focus.
The panel of 82 jury members from 34 countries also named the Mercedes-AMG 2.0-liter turbo found in the A45, CLA45 and GLA45 AMG models with 355 hp and 332 lb-ft as the best New Engine for 2014. The electric powertrain from Tesla won Green Engine prize, and the 4.5-liter V8 from the Ferrari 458 Italia took home the honor of top Performance Engine yet again. You can check out all the winners below, and scroll down further to read Ford's celebratory announcement of its award.
Typically, we'd expect a vehicle from 2006 to fall well short of a more modern vehicle, both in terms of performance and style. Of course, the Ford GT is not your average offering from the Bush era. That's doubly true when the 2006 GT in question belongs to one Chip Foose.
Purchased by his wife as a 50th birthday present, Foose is showing his custom, personalized GT at the 2014 SEMA Show. The 5.4-liter supercharged V8 breathes a bit easier thanks to a full Magnaflow Performance exhaust, but Foose's GT isn't all about the performance.
Instead, the car customizer extraordinaire has focused on tasteful aesthetic enhancement, tweaking the rear end by removing the bumper and trimming the frame extensions. The wheels, meanwhile, are one-off aluminum alloys, designed by Foose himself. Like the stripes, the wheels feature orange accenting.
There have been many great car commercials over the years, but is it possible to define the best? Well, Ad Week recently took a crack at it by rating the top commercials of the year by looking at their view counts on YouTube, but Auto Express took a more democratic approach by putting the decision to a vote. Just after Thanksgiving, Auto Express came up with a list of the 20 popular commercials, and it tasked its readers with choosing the winner for the best car ad of all time. The winner? Honda's 2003 commercial for its then-new European Accord titled "The Cog."
While the ad never aired in the US, most car people have surely seen the impressive Rube Goldberg-style spot. In fact, the only commercial on this list that we saw on US television was the Volkswagen ad "The Force," but many of the others have become viral videos, including transforming and dancing Citroën C4. Of the 19 other commercials that vied for the title of best ad of all time, only the Ford Puma "Steve McQueen" commercial gave Honda a run for its advertising money.
Scroll down to watch Auto Express' top five commercial in order and to check out a press release, then let us know some of your favorite car commercials in Comments.