1962 Ford Galaxie Sunliner
Fully sorted and ready to hit the road this awesome Ford Galaxie combines the stump pulling torque of its muscle car offspring with the kind of old school Detroit comfort that's classy enough to parade half the neighborhood down Main Street! This drop-top's clean appearance began with solid sheetmetal that was stripped bare and worked into a clean profile. And when that profile exhibited great alignment buttery Corinthian White 2-stage was capped in white vinyl and buffed to a show worthy shine.... Befitting the Galaxie's origins as Dearborn's first full-size muscle machine this flashy convertible draws motivation from 390 cubic inches of Ford FE V8. That big mill's power is transmitted rearward through a tough Cruise-O-Matic 3-speed which spins a buff 9-inch axle. At the front of the car factory power steering mixes surprisingly tight turns with modern responsive feedback. And at the corners of the car power-assisted drums ride behind traditional steelies ornate wheel covers and meaty 7.50-14 Firestone Deluxe Champion whitewalls. One of the best virtues of this Ford is the fact that you can pop its doors stretch out across its largely original interior and enjoy endless hours of cruising. At the center of the car Red vinyl seats are the perfect place for you and your family to spend sunny afternoons seeing the sights. In front of those seats a "Sunliner" branded dash hangs simple gauges between a color-keyed shifter and a vintage AM radio. And the driver sails the blacktop through a polished and painted steering wheel. Looking for a stylish comfortable and reliable piece that commands a lot of respect on the highway and feels right at home at the show? Call click or visit for more information on this hot drop-top!