1964 Ford Galaxie 500 on 2040-cars
Spanaway, Washington, United States
1964 Ford Galaxie 500 2 door Post Hardtop, 289 with 4 speed floor shift, headers with Dual exhaust. Teardrop hood scoop with hood still intact. Recently painted Fire Red Pearl, minor rust repair was completed prior to paint. New headliner.
The car drives and handles well. This car is nice but not perfect and has been taken to several local car shows and cruise-in as
it presents very nicely and has been well received. The car did not have a frame off restoration just has been cleaned up and driven. All trim is original and has a few dings and scuffs.
Minor issues are as follows:
The seats will need to be recovered, stereo, gas gauge and clock are non functioning (have a replacement clock & dash cluster with gas gauge that will be included). Front windshield does have a crack on the passenger side. Sun visors are not installed nor included. Wheels have some rust pitting.
Additional pictures and information will be supplied upon request of serious bidder
AS IS - NO WARRANTY
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