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Custom 64 Ford Galaxie Station Wagon

Make: Ford
Model: Galaxie
SubModel: Country Squire
Type: Station Wagon
Trim: Custom
Year: 1964
Mileage: 105,000
VIN: 4Z78X102645
Color: Yellow
Engine: 390 FE
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: C6
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Gray
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Thousand Oaks, California, United States

1964 Ford Galaxie Country Squire Additional Info:

1964 Custom Ford Country Squire

Rebuilt 390 FE engine with all new parts (stock except: Headers, custom exhaust with stainless steel MagnaFlow mufflers, and Pertronix ignition.

NOTE: Two complete rebuilt original 390FE heads will come with the car

• Griffin aluminum radiator

• Flex-A-Lite 188 Black Magic Extreme electric fan (3300 CFM puller) & shroud

• Cadillac air filter with flames and stripes)

Lakepipes (not connected, but look like they are)

• Yellow top Optima battery

• C6 transmission (recently rebuilt)

• Front power disk brakes with Ford dual master cylinder

• Lokar throttle & brake pedals, oil dipstick, throttle & kick down cables, and automatic transmission shifter with “V8” painted on the knob

• Lowered 3 inches (lowering coil springs front and heavy duty six leaf lowering springs in back)

• Heavy duty 1” sway bar

• Shaved hood, tailgate, door handles, and side trim

• Goodyear wide white wall radial tires

• Wheelsmith 15” steel rims

• Pinstriping and lettering

• Flames on the hood & fenders and a painted, low rider style design on the roof

Pinstriped Hollywoodflipper hubcaps

• Tri-bar halogen headlights

• Tinted windows

• Lacarra Mark 10 steering wheel with “V8” painted on horn button

• Custom tweed upholstery

• Autometer gauges in custom dash pod (speedometer/odometer, tachometer, oil pressure, water temperature, and volt meter)

• Power door windows and tailgate window

• Old school style modern radio

• Shoulder seat belts in the front, lap seat belts in the back

A book with all of the receipts of the work done to the car since I’ve had it comes with it

No dents except on the back bumper & on the passengers side rocker panel under the lakes pipe (doesn’t show at all), no scratches, some small chips and marks, no broken or cracked windows. Paint is over 13 years old and still looks good.

105,000 miles on the car since I purchased it (August 2003). I don't know themileagebefore I got it. Virtually every mechanical part has been replaced with new or rebuilt parts (includes: engine; transmission; drive line and universal joints; front suspension {all bushings, lower control arms, tie rods and ball joints}; rear axle; a lot of wiring; brakes {includes brake lines, front pads, cylinders and rotors, rear drums, cylinders and pads, booster and master cylinder).

It's not a show car. It’s a daily driver that goes to shows and won a few trophies: Been in the Grand National Roadster Show (Suede Palace); Viva Las Vegas, West Coast Kustom Nationals and Goodguys Shows several times; 2012 Lonestar Roundup in Austin, Texas; and 2013 Starliner Show in Wichita, Kansas. Always driven, never trailered.

Been in several magazines (not as a feature) such as; Rod and Custom, Car Kulture, Ol’ Skool Deluxe, Traditional Kustoms, etc.