• 1965-1966 Ford Galaxie 500XL
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1964 Ford Galaxie 500 Blue 1/32 by Arko Products 06401

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LhDLocated in the USA...Price$2,995....USD American dollars...this price can change if we do any work to this car...1963 1/2 Ford Galaxie 500 2 door fastbackThis 63 1/2 Galaxie .....

This 1963 Ford Galaxie 500 XL is a good example of a clone that goes as far as it can to replicate the mechanical, visual, and visceral end of the experience for an enthusiast seeking to capture the feel of 1963 at the drag strip. If you are a blue oval fan you have undoubtedly thought about owning a car like this at some point in your gearhead life, right? The 427 engine, the white steel wheels, the four speed transmission, and the red guts? That’s perfection right there. As fearsome as these cars were Ford was somewhat handicapped during this era in the fact that the Galaxie was kind of tubby (even in lightweight form) when stacked up against the offerings from Chevrolet, Pontiac, Dodge, and Plymouth. Their answer in 1964 was the mighty (and far lighter) Thunderbolt but the blue oval faithful did their best with what they had in ’63 and in a time when the driver meant lots more (in our opinion) than they do now in this style of drag racing, the cars could hold their own with a hot shoe behind the wheel. The 427 engine in this thing would be a legendary Ford power plant for years to come and the FE family carved out its own legend through the muscle car era and still has a cool aura today.

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According to my research (and by that I mean read the Wiki page for 5 minutes), it seems like this beautiful, green Ford Galaxie 500 might be a third or fourth generation, or made between 1965 and 1974. Anyone into cars? Can you share some info? Comparing it to some of the pics on Wikipedia, it seems like it might be from 1966-68, maybe?