Ford Galaxy 1966, Automatic, 7 litres - Wagga Wagga

Wednesday, 17 October 2018

Item details

City: Wagga Wagga, New South Wales
Offer type: Sell
Price: $15,000
Model: Ford Galaxy, 7 litres
Year:1966
Kms done:85,535
Transmission:Automatic
Fuel Type:Gasoline
Drive Type:Rear
Body Type:Coupe
Color:Red

Contacts

Contact name Clifford Wood

Item description

1966 FORD GALAXIE 500 7-LITRE 2-DOOR HARDTOP 4-SPEED ! Here is an opportunity to own a very rare piece of Ford motoring history from the 60’s Muscle Car era. 1966 Galaxie 500 7-Litre – a sporty edition of the full-size Ford body styles with a factory delivered 428 cubic inch motor, 4-speed manual transmission and a Locker rear end ! The 7-Litre Galaxie was a ‘one year only’ model with a total production number 1717 of the 428/4-spd fastback hardtop version. The 7-Litre International Registry currently reports that as of 2015 there are only 133 documented cars left ! This extremely rare car has undergone a no expense spared comprehensive show-quality restoration approx 10-yrs ago. This car was scheduled for build on April 4, 1966 in Los Angeles, CA and delivery to Phoenix, Arizona - Full matching numbers ‘Q’ Code car - 428ci/345hp 4V engine - 4-Speed Toploader manual transmission - 3.25:1 ratio Locking rear end - Rare Factory two-tone paint colour combination (Vintage Burgundy with Wimbledon White Top) - Immaculate factory black vinyl sport bucket seat interior - Custom Radial whitewall tires and original Wheel Covers - Original mileage 85,535 - Currently on NSW Historic Vehicle registration (non-transferable) - A truly collectable investment grade car that runs and drives beautifully In 1966 if you wanted all the space and luxury of a full-size Ford with plenty of muscle and seating for 5 people, a 7-Litre Galaxie 500 was the car for you. Fords promotion’s department marketed these cars as – ‘Ford 7-Litre…either the quickest quiet car or the quietest quick car’ - giving the nickname ‘Lightning without Thunder’ The following is a link to Jay Leno’s Garage show where he restores a 7-Litre Galaxie similar to the one his Dad owned when he was 16 – great story Note;- The last photo is for illustration purposes only !