390 V8 With Full Factory AC/ Bucket Powers Seats/Automatic Trans./ Console Shifter/PS/PB This Is An Amazing Quality Driver That Will Turn Every Ones Head
History Of The 1960-1964 Ford Galaxie
1960 Ford Was An All-New Car Based Upon A Concept Car; It Even Required A Temporary One-Year âPass From Various State Requirements In Order To Be Sold Legally As-Built! The Cars, At 81½ Inches, Were Actually Wider Than Normal Limits, And Technically Should Have Been Sold With Orange âClearance Lights On The Roof.
The Galaxie Versions Were Still The Top Of The Line, And For 1960, It Was A Proper Model Series Instead Of A Sub-Series Of The Fairlane 500. A New âFastback Starliner Two-Door Hardtop Coupe Joined The Line-Up, With The Signature Thunderbird-Style Roof That Started The Galaxie Line Removed. In Fact, The Thunderbird-Style Roof Was Restricted To The Galaxie Four-Door Town Victoria, A Pillarless Hardtop. The Retractables Were Also Gone Forever, But Soft-Top Sunliner Convertibles Were Still Available. Styling Was Restrained With Fins Laid On Their Side. The Standard Round Taillights Took A Break For 1960, And The Smallest 292 V-8 Was Economized And Detuned From 200 To 185 Horsepower. Despite Being An All-New Car Versus A Warmed-Over One At Chevy, FordâS Rival Still Outsold Them By 215,000 Cars.
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ABOUT THE VAULT
Over the past several years, the Vault has become the Souths premier classic car dealer. Since 2018 we have delivered more than 1,000 cars to happy customers. Our 100,000 sq.ft. showroom and restoration shop holds more than 50 of the highest quality classics . The Vault is dedicated to delivering your dream to your garage and brining you the full value of your classic when it’s time to sell.