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1964 Ford Galaxie 500 Convertible with 352ci V8 Automatic Transmission

Make: Ford
Model: Galaxie
SubModel: Galaxie 500 Convertible
Type: Convertible
Trim: 500
Year: 19640000
Mileage: 99999
Color: Black w/ tinted clear coat
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: rear 2wd
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Pleasant Hill, Oregon, United States

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Private seller

Description of 19640000 Ford Galaxie Galaxie 500 Convertible

This is a complete car with all trim pieces stainless steel chrome etc. . Car lived its whole life in California where I bought in San Jose in about 1995. It was my daily driver until I moved to Oregon in 1999 where car has been in dry storage since. This is an original big block 352 car -- engine was rebuilt before I bought it. CA title in my name.Recentmechanicalwork done in the last few months to get it back on the road includes:
  • Brand new replacement radiator radiator hoses heater hoses and radiator cap with anti freeze.
  • Brand new water pump and thermostat.
  • Replaced transmission fluid and transmission lines to cooler.
  • Replaced motor oil and filter.
  • Rebuilt carburetor & replaced air cleaner
  • Rebuilt power steering control valve (was leaking badly) and replaced all 4 power steering hoses.
  • Completely rebuilt brakes includingre-manufacturedmastercylinder new brake pads new wheel cylinders new brake hoses all around converted to silicon brake fluid (a must for cars not driven daily). I do have a set of power brakes that I bought a while back that I'll include with the car but are not currently installed.
  • Repacked front wheel bearings with fresh grease.
  • Complete tune up (wires plugs points condenser cap rotor etc.)
  • Optima battery (another must for cars not driven daily)
Car starts right up now runs drives and shifts great. Other things to note:
  • Floor pans are in perfect shape - NO RUST
  • This is a true California car - the obvious places that rust even in CA sometimes (bottom of door corners and front of quarter panels have NO RUST. Nothing on the top bows nothing in the trunk - see the pictures under the car up on the lift - you will not be disappointed.
  • Tires and aluminum rims are in good shape.
  • Exhaust system was replaced before it was parked with dual pipes - in great shape and it sounds awesome on this big block motor.
  • Engine was rebuilt shortly before I bought it.
  • Interiorupholsteryis in very good shape for the age has a few minor imperfections no major rips or tears
  • Has dash cover but actual dash is not in badshape it does have a couple minor cracks that could be repaired.
  • Top is on OK shape pretty dirty and has a good size tear on the back corner.
  • Electric top motor and hydraulic cylindersall work great - goes up and down like it should latches etc.
  • All stainless steel trim and chrome appears to be there and in good shape. Some minor digs on stainless steel that could be pushed out. Some interior chrome needs attention.
  • Bumpers have no damage with decent chrome.
  • Grille is in near perfect condition (I can't find anything wrong with it).
  • Body appears very straight with no obvious signs of major damage within it's lifetime.
  • Black paint with burgundy clear tint (shows up in bright sun) is in ok shape - overall good coverage but there is some fading checking on trunk lid and other places blemishes and minor scratches consistent with an older paint job. There is a small area as some minor damage to very small area of left rear corner panel. There is no sign of major body damage to be found.
  • Includes 1964 ford service manual seen in photos (I won't need it any more).
  • I don't know what I might be missing - I am trying to represent the car as best I can but I have not driven it for some time - please ask me any questions you might have. Car is available in Pleasant Hill Oregon for inspection.
  • I have no idea what the true mileage is.
  • Comes with California Title - the car has a current "non-operational" permit taken from CA before the car was moved to Oregon. Never titled in Oregon.