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390-Powered 1969 Ford Galaxie 500 Convertible!

Now a thing of the past, the full-size convertible was a mainstay for American automobile manufacturers for a decade plus. They were the car of choice for many 1960s and 1970s TV dads, so if you’ve ever aspired to… more»

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Original Z-Code: 1963 Fords Galaxie 500 XL Hardtop Fastback

Occasionally a classic car will appear and it is hard to determine exactly what its strongest attribute is. That is the case with this 1963 Ford Galaxie 500 XL Hardtop. What you are looking at here is what is… more»

Parked In 1976: 1960 Ford Galaxie Starliner

Cars such as this 1960 Ford Galaxie Starliner offer really interesting styling, with narrow roof pillars and wide expanses of glass. This Starliner is a solid car that needs little more than a cosmetic restoration, and if returned to… more»

Popular Classic: 1967 Ford Galaxie Country Squire Wagon

If you have ever held any doubts about the popularity of classic station wagons, then this 1967 Ford Country Squire should be able to set those doubts to rest. While there currently aren’t any bids on this 1960s classic,… more»

Show Car Barn Find: 1963 Ford Galaxie 500 XL

As recently as 1988, this Galaxie 500 XL Hardtop was a beautiful car that graced the cover of magazines. When the car’s owner became ill, the Galaxie was parked and forgotten in a shed. It has now been dragged… more»

EXCLUSIVE: 1959 Ford Galaxie Fairlane 500 Survivor!

UPDATE 7/26/2019 – We just heard from Jim that he was working with a Reader in Tazmania, but between shipping and the exchange rate they backed out of the deal. So, Jim is still looking for a new home… more»

EXCLUSIVE: 1965 Ford Galaxie 500XL Survivor!

Reader David M has decided that it’s time to part ways with this low mileage Ford Galaxie. Having covered just 35k miles, it’s in amazing shape inside and out. The 250 horsepower 352 V8 runs great and it’s ready… more»

Solid Project: 1964 Ford Galaxie 500 XL

Even though it has spent some time parked in a barn, this 1964 Galaxie is a car that runs and drives well. It appears to be an essentially solid car that is just begging for someone to restore it…. more»

EXCLUSIVE: Pair Of 1963 Ford Galaxie Country Squire XLs

Reader Michael B has not one, but two Ford Galaxie Country Squire XL wagons that need to go! It will likely take both cars to build one nice one, but with so few of these having been built hopefully,… more»

EXCLUSIVE: Big Block 1966 Ford Galaxie Convertible

Reader John C has decided it’s time to part ways with his Ford Galaxie 500. This Convertible is packing a big block 390 V8, which should be more than enough engine to cruise around with the top down! It… more»

Like New: 1959 Ford Galaxie Fairlane 500

This 1959 Ford Galaxie Fairlane called Mexico City home for the vast majority of its life. It was sold new there in September 1959, and the current owner kept it there until relocating it to Laredo, Texas, last year…. more»

Last Registered in ’91: 1964 Ford Galaxie

This 1964 Galaxie was last registered in 1991, so it appears that it has been sitting for quite some time. It is a solid and clean looking car, and it could be yours today. You will find it listed… more»

20 Years in a Barn: 1965 Ford Galaxie Custom

This 1965 Galaxie spent more than 20 years of its life sitting in a pole barn. The owner removed it from the barn, breathed new life into it, and has now decided to sell it. You will find it… more»

Original Paint: 1966 Ford Galaxie 500

More often than not, when a barn find car is dragged out into the light of day, time usually hasn’t been kind to the body or the paint, and rust repairs and repaints are common. The seller of this… more»

Blue Oval Tri-Power: 1963 Ford Galaxie 500XL

When I see the words “Tri-Power”, I first think of a Pontiac GTO with a 389 or a Corvette with a 427. I can’t really say that I would have associated that with a Ford Galaxie, at least until… more»

427 Dual-Quad 4-Speed 1964 Ford Galaxie 500 Convertible!

Convertibles appeal mostly to buyers who relish traversing the landscape with sun on their face, wind in their hair, and zero concern for superfluous acceleration or white-knuckle driving of any kind. Occasionally we discover convertibles like this 1964 Ford… more»