1967 Ford Galaxie 500: The Ford Galaxie entered the scene in 1959 and was offered in various configurations. The model line consisted of a Club Victoria, Town Victoria, Club Sedan, Town Sedan, Sunliner Convertible and Skyliner Retractable. Similar to the Fairlane, they were distinguished by differed ornamentation. For 1967 Ford kept the appearance of the Galaxie similar to the prior model year. The turn signals were moved from the grill to the bumper. Ford offered 52 upholstery choices, 25 two-tone combinations, and 15 Diamond Luster Enamel paint colors. The muscle-car era was in full-swing and the Ford Galaxie was a formidable contender with its powerful engines and performance products. Its only drawbacks were it slightly larger size and luxurious amenities which were not as pure as other muscle-car offerings and added to the overall weight of the vehicle. Still, it was a high-performance, customizable, and sporty machine.

Half of what you look for in a classic car is reliability and the other half is good looks. This exceptional Galaxie checks all the boxes and is just an overall great ride for the money. With exception of the dash and steering wheel that have a few “age cracks”, the interior of this Galaxie is very clean. The paint chrome and glass are all far above average. We recently performed a basic tune up on vehicle and it drives great. The 390 powerplant offers plenty of power and the automatic transmission shifts smoothly. The Galaxie is very original with exception of the two upgrades that include; Vintage A/C and brand new set of 18×8 Shelby Wheel wrapped in ZR rated rubber. You will be hard pressed to find a nicer looking and driving Galaxie in this price range. Contact me any time via cell, text or e-mail to discuss further.