1968 Ford Galaxy 500 Ltd Convertible Rare on 2040-cars
Clarkton, North Carolina, United States
For sale is a 1968 Galaxy LTD Convertible. I am selling this car for a friend. The car has been painted and reupholstered, but otherwise, appears to be mechanically original. This car is very rare. It appears to be number 1 of only 22 made. I have included a photograph of the door tag from Ford. In general, I do not think Galaxy convertibles are all that rare, but the 1968 model with opening headlight doors is almost impossible to find. Here is your chance to own one. It runs and drives good. I have a video of the car running and can send you a link if you are interested. Please let me know if you have any questions. Actual mileage is unknown on this vehicle because the odometer may or may not have tripped.
Thanks for looking!!!!!!
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According to Automotive News, it's part of a massive viral effort being pushed forward by Ford and its dealerships. Ford sent different teasers and "vignettes" to dealership employees and asked them to share them on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, in the hopes of creating a viral effect.
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Believe it or not, but new pinball machines are still being made. Chicago-based Stern Pinball still makes them and has found a niche selling modern machines to individual buyers and arcade distributors. For its latest cabinet, Stern partnered with Ford to create a pinball game that pays homage to the 50th anniversary of the Mustang, including the next generation. The new machine is being unveiled at the Chicago Auto Show on February 6 and goes on sale in March.
Stern is offering the machine in three variants. The pro-level machine is meant for arcades and public spaces and retails for $4,995. All of them come with background and cabinet art by Camilo Pardo, who designed the Ford GT, and Top Gear USA host Tanner Foust is the game's announcer. Depending on where players shoot the ball, they activate events that simulate drag racing, rallying, drifting and racing the Mustang, and hitting targets lets players shift the gears up and down.
An upgraded, premium table with added art will be added later for pinball machine collectors. The third model is a signed, special edition with art of the 1965 Mustang and 2015 Mustang on the machine and chrome and Mustang badges on the speaker grilles. Prices for these editions will be announced later.