Silver & Black Vinyl Top, 289 V8, Auto, AC, Upgraded Vintage Stereo

Price: US $21,995.00 Item location: Owasso, Oklahoma, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Galaxie
  • SubModel: XL
  • Type: Coupe
  • Trim: XL
  • Year: 1964
  • Mileage: 16,801
  • VIN: 4J68C107437
  • Color: Silver
  • Engine size: 289 c.i.
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Power options: Air Conditioning
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: Automatic 2 RWD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1964 Ford Galaxie XL

1964 Ford Galaxie
The 1964 Galaxie was described by Ford as "a car bred in open competition and built for total performance". For 1964, there were 16 models to choose from to include different varieties of sedans, hardtops, convertibles, and wagons. This Galaxie carried much the same lines as the 1963 with new distinctive styling through new trim moldings, grill and rear panel design, and all new interior trim styling. Ford offered the Galaxie 500 in the sedan, hardtop and convertible body styles. The Galaxie 500XL was offered in the sedan, hardtop, and convertible as well. The 500XL was the deluxe model with standard plush vinyl bucket seats with console, special XL trim moldings and ornamentation and standard equipment V-8 engine., and full wheel covers. 1964 was another year of awesome performance with six different engine choices. The most notable was the Thunderbird 390 V-8 engine at 300 horsepower, and two versions of the all powerful 427 power plant. Both a four barrel and dual carburetor version were offered at 410, and 425 horsepower respectively. For transmissions, Ford offered much the same as 1963. The four speed was standard equipment on 427 engine sizes and optional equipment on 390. Ford discontinued the 406 engine for 1964 which was now replaced by the 427. Ford also built a number of 427 Fiberglass race equipped Galaxies for 1964. Many consider the 1964 the most attractive Galaxie ever built. The 1964 Fords are also legendary for their racing history as many of the factory lightweight cars were used by the Ford Motor Company extensively on the race track. This racing experience gave these cars instant popularity that continues to the current day.
My 1964 Ford Galaxie 500 XL has the following items;
  • 289 V8 with aluminum intake, Holly carburetor, headers (sounds sweet)
  • Transmission has just been serviced(Cruise-O-Matic), new power steering upgrade, new air shocks ($2950)
  • New Cragar SS Wheels (15 x 7 & 15 x 8) and BF Goodrich tires (previously had 18's & 20's and they rubbed)($2000)
  • Upgraded aluminum radiator w/ 4 electric fans
  • New battery
  • Very cold a/c
  • Upgraded vintage stereo with 4 speakers
  • Clean interior, very good carpet, seats are in very good condition and new dash bezels
  • Rides smooth and you turn heads at every corner
  • This car was sold at the Palm Beach Auction of Barrett-Jackson in 2015 and I bought it. I have the selling paperwork and the car had a mini-resto prior to me purchasing it. It's Classic rating is a solid #3.
  • This is a great classic ride, but unfortunately due to health issues, I must sell it.

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