1964 Ford Galaxie Country Squire Wagon BOYD CODDINGTON 390 $120K in receipts

Price: US $70,000.00 Item location: Kyle, Texas, United States
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Galaxie
  • Type: Wagon
  • Trim: Country Squire
  • Year: 1964
  • Mileage: 6,800
  • VIN: 4z78x102645
  • Color: Yellow
  • Engine size: 390
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Gray
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1964 Ford Galaxie Country Squire

Almost certainly the nicest, most well-documented Squire Wagon ever to be on the market. "Jerry's Wagon"
It's difficult to really even start with the description of this car, because you really have to see it to take it all in. But I'll do my best.
First off, it's a daily driver if you want it to be. Built to be a daily that can win the car show, that's what you've got. Full rotisserie build. Car is complete front to back, bottom to top. Starts immediately. Runs, drives and performs better than new. I drive it daily.
It's currently configured to run on carb and it runs great. However I have the entire fuel injection system conversion that I can sell with it. It's an Edelbrock Pro-Flo 3225 system and parts and labor to convert it is NOT included in the price. Ballpark is $10K including parts and labor to install it, less the take-off carburetor parts you're looking at around $7K net price to convert to FI.
Street legal, titled and inspected.
Okay so on to the vehicle.
Started off in the hands of none other than Boyd Coddington back in 2001. Boyd built the car for the ORIGINAL OWNER and it was to be a no-expense spared build for the meticulous and particular owner.
That was finished in August of 2003 and I have the original bill of sale signed by Boyd Coddington himself.
Since then, the car has been lovingly owned and driven and tweaked to what you have today.
Body is flawless. Zero rust, dents or flaws in the paint or clear.Mechanical is flawless.Interior is flawless.History and documentation is flawless.
Just to recap some of the deep receipts:$13,000 for paint and Boyd Body Treatment$7,000 in interior$10,600 for the motor$34,000 in invoices, after the Boyd Workanother ~$30,000 in misc receipts of the years (tires, trans rebuild, engine work, paint, wheels, etc)It would take a month just to go through the receipts. There are over 220 individual receipts, some as expensive as $10,000 and some just two dollars or so. But the time and care that was taken to document and memorialize the mods and maintenance is unparalleled. For a detailed pdf file of all receipts, I will provide this for serious, highly motivated buyers. It's a 120Meg file.
As far as mods go, there's no way to even get them all down.
Fully shaved handles.

Rebuilt 390 FE engine with all new parts (stock except: Headers, custom exhaust with stainless steel MagnaFlow mufflers, and Pertronix ignition.

• Griffin aluminum radiator

• Flex-A-Lite 188 Black Magic Extreme electric fan (3300 CFM puller) & shroud

• Cadillac air filter with flames and stripes to match the exterior

• Yellow top Optima battery w/ auxiliary yellow top battery in rear

• C6 transmission (recently rebuilt)

• Front power disk brakes with Ford dual master cylinder

• Lokar throttle & brake pedals, oil dipstick, throttle & kick down cables, and automatic transmission shifter with “V8” painted on the knob

• Lowered 3 inches (lowering coil springs front and heavy duty six leaf lowering springs in back)

• Heavy duty 1” sway bar

• Flawlessly Shaved hood, tailgate, door handles, and side trim Fully electronic keyless access to all handles, switches and exterior component

• Pinstriping on hood, roof and front with some lettering (all of the names are not clear coated, so if you wanted to take them off, you could)

• Flames on the hood & fenders and a painted, low rider style design on the roof

• Tri-bar halogen headlights. All new lights. All new glass.

• Tinted windows. Interior and hatch is fully carpeted and complete to the edge

• Lacarra Mark 10 steering wheel with “V8” painted on horn button

• Custom tweed upholstery- again flawlessly executed

• Autometer gauges in custom dash pod (speedometer/odometer, tachometer, oil pressure, water temperature, and volt meter)

• Power door windows and tailgate window

• Old school style modern radio and modern but subtle sound system Sounds great, but it's not a boomer.

• Shoulder seat belts in the front, lap seat belts in the back

A 4" book with all of the receipts of the work done to the car since I’ve had it comes with it

This car has elements of hotrod and lowrider. It's a very unique and special vehicle. In typical Coddington style, it merges clean and bold.

Virtually every mechanical part has been replaced with new or rebuilt parts (includes: engine; transmission; drive line and universal joints; front suspension {all bushings, lower control arms, tie rods and ball joints}; rear axle; fully custom manufactured harness; brakes {includes brake lines, front pads, cylinders and rotors, rear drums, cylinders and pads, booster and master cylinder).

It's not a show car in the traditional sense. It’s a daily driver that goes to shows and won a few trophies: Been in the Grand National Roadster Show (Suede Palace); Viva Las Vegas, West Coast Kustom Nationals and Goodguys Shows several times; 2012 Lonestar Roundup in Austin, Texas; and 2013 Starliner Show in Wichita, Kansas. Always driven, never trailered.

Been in several magazines (not as a feature) such as; Rod and Custom, Car Kulture, Ol’ Skool Deluxe, Traditional Kustoms, et Wins consistently and there's not a nicer car that can be driven to the show. Take that one to the bank.

Again I feel inadequate with any description, but I'm doing my best to describe it.


Squires are selling for $25K unrestored right now.

Coddington Cars are collectable in and of themselves- pretty much every car after Cadzzila is auctioning over $100K+ I, personally, think that's a little too high for this particular build since only the body and exterior was a Boyd Design.

Receipts for parts is over $80,000

Receipts for labor is about $40,000

Total of receipts, plus the car is $135,000

$70,000 is the price I decided would shy off tire kickers but be somewhat realistic. Cash talks, make me an offer and bring your best foot forward.

In terms of a collectible auction, it's never rolled across the stage but if you look closely at other Coddington cars that have gone through since his death in 08, you can see steady progression of around 5-10% per year. Do the math.

Car can be delivered anywhere in the country. Title in hand. No stories or issues.

737-999-4877text or call.

Here is a youtube link to a brief walk around on the car. No fancy editing. No photoshop. Raw unedited video to consider.


Here is a link to the build sheet synopsis.


and if you want a link to the detailed receipts- email me. It's 200+ pages and 150meg file.

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1CH68C74KRX1ka-jITrLdQrfokjOpu04 ____ (email me for the last digit of the file to find it)