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1963 Galaxie

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  1. dbshelton
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    City: Kountze

    State: TEXAS!
    Price: $16,500obo
    Image003.jpg 1963 Galaxie 2-dr Sedan. Viper Red paint, Crites fiberglass hood, 521 engine with dual Holleys, SCJ Alum. heads, solid cam, 3" exhaust, C6 Auto trans, disc brakes front, A/C. Very nice driver.
     
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    IMG_20190529_170555063_HDR.jpg IMG_20190529_170614433.jpg IMG_20190529_170629793.jpg IMG_20190529_170905289.jpg IMG_20190529_170823662_HDR.jpg IMG_20190529_170733156.jpg IMG_20190529_170719095.jpg Bump for the Galaxie
     
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    A Sunday bump.
     
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    A bump. Offers?
     
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    Bump for a good car
     
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    Bump with price drop. More details:
    The car is a 1963 Ford Galaxie 2dr Sedan. I have owned it almost 20 years, it was originally Tan colored, 289 with 3-speed manual and bench seats. Modified the small block a bit, added Weld Wheels, a 5-speed Tremec, and A/C and drove it. After a while, I took the car apart and painted it Viper Red and bought a bucket seat interior from a 63 Galaxie XL and had the seats and door panels re-covered in red vinyl. Also added the Crites fiberglass teardrop hood. A year or so later I assembled the 521 (Bored and stroked 460). Dual Quad Blue Thunder Intake with dual Holley carbs, Aluminum SCJ Heads, Comp 294s mechanical cam, cast steel crank, Eagle BBC Rods with upgraded bolts, 9.5:1 Diamond forged pistons. Block was bored .030" and everything was balanced by a local shop. FPA shorty headers, 3" exhaust, 9" Ford rear with 3.50 gears, C6 auto trans built with Broader Trans. Kit and a stock stall Converter that was cut apart and fully welded by Broader for reliability. Car has front disc brakes (no power), engine driven fan and also a SPAL electric fan to help the A/C. Halogen headlights with relays. Car runs and drives great, I just want something else.
     
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    Still available.
     
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    Bump.
    Possible trade for stock Model A Sedan.
     
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