With only 14,839 original miles on the clock, this true survivor is truly a rare find indeed. Having competed in its first AACA event in April of 2010; it was awarded a First Junior in the 27F class here in Charlotte, North Carolina. Six months later it was entered and judged at Hershey (Pennsylvania) and received its first Senior award. Needless to say the condition of this automobile speaks for itself. With a V.I.N. of 4A68X184192 it breaks down as the following: 4 = 1964; A = Built in Atlanta, Georgia; 68 = Two-door fastback Galaxie 500XL; X = Eight cylinder 352 four barrel. 184192 = the factory sequence number. The striking combination of its Wimbledon White (M) exterior and sumptuous medium and light turquoise (87A) Crush-Vinyl Diamond Luster interior is positively alluring. A full length center console divides the thin-shell, chrome trimmed bucket seats that truly help make the XLs cockpit such a timeless and unforgettable environment. Heading up the list of standard XL equipment is power steering, power front disc brakes and factory tinted windows. The slanted Fastback roofline, which was inspired by NASCAR, along with sculpted curves of its long hood and short rear deck, make this model year arguably one of the most attractive Galaxies ever produced. Residing in this XLs spotless engine compartment is a fully detailed (X-Code) 352 cubic inch FE motor coupled to a three-speed Cruise-O-Matic transmission and stock 3.00:1 rear axle. As you would expect with an automobile of this caliber the undercarriage is beautifully detailed in keeping with its pristine exterior and interior and is more than ready to continue garnering more awards if you choose to show it or just enjoy showing it off. So if you are a collector of fine Fords who has been looking for something rare to treasure and enjoy; we would like to suggest you consider this one of a kind automobile. Call 800-650-1055 or visit our website at www.autobarnclassiccars.com for more information. ALL VEHICLES SOLD "AS IS"
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