Ok it's not a 32 Ford out of a barn but I thought I would share my probably once in my lifetime buy from a 73 Year Old widow - One Owner 48 year Old Car that has been sitting in her garage for many- many years. A 1964 Ford Galaxy 500 Fastback with a 390 FE Z Code 300 HP / Auto with less than 72,000 original miles. Original title, original dealership sales sheet, bill or sale, the bank loan paper and the little payment book she made payments on. It hasn't run or moved in the last maybe 5 -10 years she guessed, so I did take a chance that the car actually ran. The last time she thought she remembered was when her son in law started it just to see if it would start after sitting so long before that and was years ago. The car is virgin with normal replaced items of two front headlights ( the other two still have the Ford Script), Belts, hoses, batteries, tires, a brake line and looks like the exhaust has been replaced once. A add on winshield washer motor at the dealership vs the normal vacuum bag . Basically Normal things the dealership or service station said for her to have replaced. I got it home, check all the fluids etc and oil looked good but I put in a small can of MM Oil in to help lube stuff, took off the coil wire, put in a borrowed battery from my other old car and turned it over a few times to get some oil moving. Pulled the tank drain plug and nothing came out so I put a gallon of gas in and a splash in the carb and........turned the key over and pumped her a few times but not quite enough gas I'm thinking, so repeated with little more gas down the carb - turned the key and VROOOM she fired up..... Of Course after sitting all these years the lifters were clicking a little for a while. I backed it out of my garage and just let it run for a while. Of course a few puffs of smoke for about a minute but slowly cleared up. This thing just needs to have the cob webs blown out of it. The Generator light flickers on and off so I'll look at that closer - but after sitting that long to be expected. The floors are really solid. The rear quarters have the lower normal crusties along with right behind the rear front fenders but all replacements are available and I do plan to get those replaced and spray her that cool looking gloss Raven black again. I always dug a black fastback with a red interior. This thing has a 1/2" of dust on it. I can believe it really has been sitting for maybe / probably 5 -10 years with the layer of dust and prior to that with less that 72,000 miles wasn't driven a lot. ( 1,500 miles per year !) She worked as a book keeper ( pre -computer days) at a bank which was only a couple miles from her house. Enjoy the pictures....... especially the drivers view out the front window . Like I said - Dust ! This was a really cool find and not many one owners left.