Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
Cars like this 1963 Ford Galaxie are why the big blue oval was a NASCAR champ in '63. This has sleekness with its fastback roofline; intimidation with its blackout appearance; and serious substance with a big V8 with triple deuces on top.
This was born a black-on-black coupe, but you can also instantly see this one was built for more than just vintage appeal. The paint was updated more recently to continue to have an attention-grabbing shine. And good gloss means a slick look that loves to show off the sleek hardtop profile with fastback roofline. The trim is complete, and there's plenty of it. Both bumpers appear to have been re-chromed for a mirror-like shine, and the long stainless strips that frame the sides of the car are straight and bright. The Ridler alloys are a recent addition. With a staggered stance at 18/20 inches front/rear, and a lowered suspension, they make all the difference. It really gives an extra dose of attitude right from the first impression.
The interior continues this car's theme of black and brightwork. Because this was born a black interior car, the full setup is highly original. You could choose to update it, but there's something unique about having a full black car that looks ready for the Rat Pack.. and an interior that actually dates back to when the Rad Pack was in action! There's two wide rows of bench seats that allow you to take full advantage of the full-size nature of the Galaxie. The pillarless hardtop means rolling down all the windows to give you a fantastic profile. Plus, it allows you to hear the rumble of what's under the hood even better.
Ford's FE motor was the one of choice when it came to competition. It was the V8 that offered big block displacement without having to deliver the full big block size, and this one fully embraces that advantage. Underneath that long air topper is a triple set of dual-barrel carbs. And we all know tri-power is the right way to deliver serious thunder to the streets. A car like this is meant to be more than just powerful. You want to be able to show it off with ease. That's why you have the three-speed automatic transmission. Plus, there have been recent investments in a new power brake system, front coilovers, and grippy modern Michelin tires. It makes this a much tighter handling machine, and so the road is calling out for this coupe.
Fast with class, that's the Galaxie's motto, and this one shows you why. If you're a Ford fan, few cars can match the Galaxie's reputation. Call today!!!
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