I've always had an affinity for the 64' Tbirds, not sure why, but they always drew my attention as a kid traversing classic car shows. I'm not sure what route I'd take with one if I got it, I don't think high-performance is really in their nature... It seems that they are sort of an aside to traditional hot rodding/period-performance despite being very popular in the era. The Galaxie is of similar size to the 'bird but garners much more popularity both at the time and in the present. Was there a reason for that? Affordability? The fact that the Galaxies are full-frame vs. unibody? I would have thought the Tbirds would be lighter than Galaxies due to the unibody design, but a lot of what I've read states that a Thunderbird can be as much as 1000lbs heavier than a Galaxie, depending upon options! What is the HAMB feeling toward the flairbirds?