Power Steering: Yes Power Brakes: No Power Seats: No Power Windows: No Air Conditioning: No Radio: Yes, AM/FM/CD
Hey Blue Oval fans, check out this sweet 1962 Ford Galaxie Sunliner. Power comes from a rumbling 428 mated to a Fordomatic transmission. Mild custom touches like the Torque Thrust wheels and chrome exhaust tips give this car a nice almost-stock appearance. That theme carries over into the interior in which an AM/FM/CD stereo system is the only modern touch in an otherwise factory cockpit. This Galaxie is equipped with power steering and a power top. The convertible top is new as is much of the chrome and trim. This car looks, sounds and drives great and is ready to eat up some miles.
Other Galaxies in our Showroom
1959 - $29,900 This 1959 Ford Fairlane Galaxie 500 Sunliner wears new white over turquoise paint which was skillfully applied to a very good body. The matching interior looks just as good and is a great place to catch some rays and eat up some miles. Power comes from a rebuilt 352 V8 mated to an automatic transmission. The new white top looks great and functions flawlessly. Options include power steering and dual exhaust. Spring has sprung. Why not celebrate it with a great old drop top Ford?
1962 - $19,900 The latest addition to our stable of full-size Ford rag tops is this mildly customized 1962 Galaxie 500 Sunliner. The exterior dazzles with fresh maroon metallic paint and polished Torq-Thrust wheels. The white interior with custom wheel really pops. A Pioneer head unit sounds great with the eight speakers installation with subwoofers and extra amplification in the trunk. It's powered by a nicely dressed 352 V8 equipped with an aluminum intake manifold, four barrel carburetor and headers for added gusto. It's that time of year so come get your convertible!
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