1964 Ford Galaxie Country Sedan


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New Vienna, Iowa, United States

Features and Specifications

Make: Ford
Model: Galaxie
Type: Station Wagon
Trim: Country Sedan
Year: 1964
Mileage: 999,999
VIN: 4J72C168870
Color: White
Engine: 289
Cylinders: 8
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Turquois
Vehicle Title: Clear

1964 Ford Galaxie Country Sedan

We bought this wagon a little over 2 year ago and have enjoyed it ever since. I was told the engine had been rebuilt about 20,000 miles ago. We have logged around 7,000 miles since purchase with absolutely no trouble. The engine is a 289-2-barrel and uses no oil, doesn't smoke and starts great. It is set up for unleaded gas. I would not be afraid to take this car across country if need be. The 289 is mated to a 3 on-the-tree manual transmission. It shifts flawlessly and is a blast to drive. It has drum brakes and they also function as they should. The Wheels are 18" Torque Thrust Shelby edition. Everything works on the car except the clock. We replaced all of the belt line seals on the outside of the car including the tailgate. I was also able to source a NOS crank for the rear window. At that time we lubed all the window crank mechanisms as well. We also installed era correct seat belts. This is a 6 passenger wagon. Sometime in the past someone thought it was a good idea to install speakers in the front doors. That sucks! Thankfully they didn't cut the dash or make a hole for an antenna. New door panels can be had from SMS. There has been some amateur body work done at some time to the hood and rear passenger side quarter panel. The doors, fenders, tailgate and floors have virtually no rust. I believe the tailgate and front fenders are original paint. I wanted a wagon with a roof rack so I made my own. The metal is all powder coated with "chromabondit", which I was lead to believe is as close as you can get to chrome look in powder coat. The wood is quarter sawn oak and the hardware is all stainless. I also have a set of correct Ford NOS seat covers dated 1964 that are in mint condition. I will sell them if interested at an additional cost. Consider the pictures part of the description. I reserve the right to end the auction at any time. There is no warranty, and it is the responsibility of the buyer to arrange shipping. I can make myself available to help load the car. Overall this is a great car that we enjoyed just as it is. It would also be a great candidate to take to the next level. I want this car to go to someone who will enjoy it as much as we have!
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