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1966 Ford Galaxie 500 Convertible on 2040-cars

US $3,500.00
Year:1966 Mileage:112000

Darlington, Indiana, United States

Darlington, Indiana, United States

 Up for auction is a 1966 Galaxie 500 Convertible. It retains its original 289 2V engine and automatic transmission. Options include power steering, manual brakes, and a power top. The car will need a full restoration. It will start with the keys while being fed from a small gas tank under the car. The cars gas tank is not hooked up and I would want to run a bunch of junk through the carb anyway. The electrical system on the Galaxie seems to be in good shape. The headlights come on and off with the switch and change with dim/bright switch, turn signals both front and rear work, flashers, and best of all the power top goes up and down great. The windows roll up and down good, doors open,shut, lock, etc. as they should. The interior of the car is in pretty fair shape for being original. The piping on the driver side of the front bench seat has a small piece missing and there is a tear when you pull the driver side of the bench forward that can only see when it is forward. The carpet is in usable shape. The dash has a few cracks in it but overall very usable. The windshield will need replaced along with the top material. I have several misc. pieces and parts to throw in with the car. including a complete taillight for the drivers side and several trim pieces. Also included is new top material in white, a water pump which will need replacing, and the original carb. As far as the body is concerned, the floors have had a patch on the passenger side, the frame is very solid, front fenders doors, hood, and trunk lid are in restorable condition. It will need a driver side rear quarter and trunk pan. The main part of the trunk is in great shape but the drivers side was messed up when the car was backed into something. The car will come with 4 14" steel wheels and tires that will work for transport. The car is not drivable at this time. It will need trailered to its new home. I can work out delivery for a fee within a couple hundred miles. Please call or email with any questions 765-376-3486 Thanks and Happy bidding!!!

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