1963 Ford Galaxie Country Squire Wagon STK # 1088
Did the original owner want to tow but need to haul a family or did he have
a hot rod and did not want to give up the power and muscle for the family?
Whoever he is, his order was cast for this rare 1963 Ford Galaxie Country
Squire because it is a factory big block car with a 4 speed manual
transmission. The original 390ci expired and the motor was replace with a
428ci V8 Cobra Jet motor attached to the original 4 speed manual. Painted
the original Corinthian White with wood exterior with light beige D/L and
pearl beige interior. Originally built and sold out of Ford's L.A. assembly
line and district sales office. The door tag confirms this Country Squires
rarity with an axle code of 5 for a 3.50:1 rear gear and trans code of 5
for a 4 speed manual transmission. The original owner obviously wanted the
meanest wagon on the block able to destroy unassuming muscle cars in
California that would never imagine what was packaged next to them or tow
the camper to the country for a nice weekend. Either way this is a special
car with a unique order combination seldom found today. For more details on
this vehicle or to inquire about financing please call us at 704-598-2130
or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
1957 Ford Ranch Wagon
This is one cool ride! A '57 Ranch Wagon with a 428 Ford FE motor and a top
loader 4 speed manual transmission! It's got a 4 barrel Edelbrock
carburetor, finned aluminum valve covers, a red top Optima battery, and a
K&N air filter upgrade. It sits on a set of wide white BFG Silvertown
tires, has the right stance, and has pin striping over patina paint! Inside
you'll find some exceptional custom tuck and roll interior, VDO gauges and
a tachometer, a custom sound system with a hidden glove box mounted CD
receiver deck and hidden rear speakers. It's very clean inside and also
VERY comfortable! It has dual Exhaust,
sliding rear windows, and is actually a pretty fast old wagon! This Ranch
Wagon sits right, drives tight, and is just plain cool!
Country Squire Tribute
This is my personal tribute to a great singer and an American legend, the
Ford LTD Country Squire. You know when someone or something of our culture
has truly made it when its on South Park or The Simpsons.
I found this song by accident on I Tunes. I have never heard of Thom
Shepard till now. I recommend his other songs, they are really well done.
He also wrote Riding with Private Malone, that singer David Ball came out
with in 2000-2001ish.
Most of the pictures where pulled off http://www.imcdb.org/search.php
however, there are a few from my personal collection of CS wagons. The
second before the last, is when my red '77 CS made its day view late
October 2005. You can hardly see it but its back there.
It's sad to see great motor cars like these slowly be forgotten. Like the
others in its day,Oldsmobile Vista Cruiser, Chevrolet Kingswood Estate, and
many others, may we never forget what these cars did for the American
Sept 9th Autocross
My 89 Country Squire goes autocrossing for it's second time.
OK, well looking back. The car isn't that modified. Heads, cam, intake, Exhaust, gears. Front springs, shocks and
a stock rear swaybar off a police interceptor. And a royally F'd alignment
because people are well, idiots. The car was actually worse than stock
because of how bad the alignment was.
70's Ford Country Squire Wagon (HD).
1978 - Ford LTD Country Squire Station Wagon - Woodie. Taking a light blue
collector American made station wagon out on a beautiful sunny northern
Country Squire Autocross.
This was Awesome. It is a late 80's or early 90's Ford Country Squire
Stationwagon. And the guy is autocrossing it. He's autocrossing it WELL.
Walk around of my new 1991 FORD LTD Country Squire wagon
My tax refund and a big job I completed gave me some extra cash, so when I
found this wagon on craigslist, I had to have it. I'd been causally surfing
CL for a '90 or '91 Country Squire or Colony Park for years, but never
found one affordable or in good shape until now. This wagon was actually
traded in by the original owners at a local Ford dealer for a new car!
FORD We are family
A parade of forgotten Ford land barges from the late 60's and 70's. Many
of us fondly remember climbing into a huge Country Squire, LTD, or spacious
midsize Thunderbird for the family road trip. These 2.5 ton battle wagons
didnt fold up like tin foil when hit, like a new Accord or bounce you to
death like a new front wheel drive "family sedan". Most are now gone, but
not forgotten, we all remember the rumble of their 460 V-8 powerplants that
could acually tow a travel trailer.