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Make: Ford
Model: Galaxie
Type: Wagon
Year: 1960
Mileage: 63,373
VIN: 0p64w168099
Color: GREEN
Engine: V8
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: BEIGE
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Eureka, Montana, United States

1960 Ford Galaxie COUNTRY SEDAN Additional Info:

The 1960 ford is a nice looking bodystyle all around. Every model looked good but the wagons expecially in my opinion. The body on this car is nice, with great patina. Very straight also. This car was a one owner vehicle until this year. This '60 ford is a one year only bodystyle, with bubbletop rear glass. This would be a great car to restore, but it would look fine to just clearcoat the paint and use it that way. 18 and 20" torque thrusts? or whatever you like will look good I think. Clear title in my name. Here are the details. Feel free to ask questions and email if you want to do something early on it. I included a couple pics of other '60 wagons also so you can see the potential. Thanks and happy bidding.

This car has a y-block V8 with automatic transmission. The motor turns over well and fires, but I have not had it running actually. I had it in my shop for a long time and never got back to seeing what the problem was. It has new plugs and points. I think I got the timing right. The carb I'm sure needs rebuilt. I've had these old rigs before that wouldn't start because the tailpipe or muffler was plugged from dirt or just sitting in the grass. I'm not sure what it is or if it's minor. It felt like it had good compression but I never put a gauge on it. I pushed it out with the intention of getting it back in but I have two different cars in there now lol. The front seal in the transmission leaks. That may be why it was originally parked, but I don't know. Rolls and steers fine and the transmission holds it on a hill. Newer tires with original wheels/hubcaps. Wheels were painted. They were originally the same color as the car but the previous owner painted them. The car looks to be completely original. No wiring or anything appears damaged. No keys. I just hotwired it when trying to get it running. Overall: It could run with a little work. I just don't know. Oil looked fine. I think a 390 is a bolt-in on this car (not sure), and is a much better engine.

The body on this car is in exceptional condition for an original survivor. No exterior rust or dents. Front floorpan rust. The rear pan, in front of the rear seat, may have minor rust but I'll double check that. Overall the body is really nice and dry. The paint is original. No bondo or sign of any bodywork ever. The doors, quarters, roof, hood, fenders, inner fenders, frame, jams, tailgate jam, sills, rockers, tailgate, cargo area, etc. etc. are very solid. Montana did not salt the roads at the time this car was on the road. It came from mideast montana which is high desert country. I believe all the glass is good, including the windshield. I don't even think it has a chip, but I can double check that. All doors operate properly, as does the hood. No keys but easy to replace or get a locksmith to do it.

The interior has the usual sun-fading and damage that most have from sitting out. It would be usable for a ratrod but would need a floormat/carpet and seat cover. I believe the vinyl all has a least some degree of damage/wear. It does look to be 100% original though, as does the entire car.
This classic longroof station wagon is sold as-is. Feel free to ask questions. Thanks