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This 1962 Ford Galaxie 500 Sunliner delivers vintage looks, V8 power, and plenty of drop-top fun. So it\'s great to find it all in quite a sleek and clean overall package.
Ford has fun with the Galaxie\'s design in the early \'60s. The intricate grille, afterburner tail lights, and full-length trim that seamlessly wrapped around the front end made it a standout. Overall, the low, wide, and sleek look really captured the era and made it timelessly cool. So it\'s nice to see one with a few of the right upgrades that play into this sporty cruising style. The red paint has a glossy style in the sunshine, and the 18-inch American Racing wheels have a black chrome look that\'s devilishly polished. And because it\'s made to be a cruiser, it\'s sharp-looking without being pretentious and that\'s also thanks to details like good stainless and a newer convertible top.
As good as this looks with the tan roof in place, it\'s nice to power it down to reveal the black interior. Especially because the hint of black in the exterior trim goes so well with the look inside. As a full-sized Ford, you can share this classic with plenty of family and friends. This has a great cruiser feeling everywhere from the machine-turned dash panels to the upgraded AM/FM/cassette stereo that gives you better driving music.
Under the hood is a 352 cubic-inch V8. It\'s a classic Ford motor with a classic Ford style. However, if you dig a little deeper, you\'ll discover the right updates everywhere from a four-barrel carburetor to a newer battery. It creates a strong powerhouse that\'s at the base of a solid cruiser feeling. And while this Sunliner likes for you to feel the road, there\'s also a good driving attitude with the three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and a nicer choice of modern tires thanks to the upgraded wheel size.
Large, interesting, and affordable - this is the classic Ford that delivers a unique classic car experience. Don\'t miss out, call today!
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