71 Ford Country Sedan Runs & Drives - $1,450

Remember when mom used to take you kids and your bikes everywhere in the station wagon?? Well, daddy got ahold of this one and put lake pipes on it! This 1971 Ford Galaxy 500 Country Sedan Station Wagon survivor has a 429 under the hood. Yes, we know there was an error in the size of the motor in the video. But getting past that, this car starts right up every time. The seats and vast majority of the interior are good. Admittedly it can use some fixing up, but the heat works fine and its got A/C, nice wheels, and dual Exhaust. There is a new alternator, a new regulator, new brakes--front hub out, new starter relay, new Monroe shocks (heavy duty on front--heavy duty air on back), a new ignition switch and of course the Lake pipes. This is a good running, driving car that can be a daily driver while you restore it. Vehicle information above is deemed reliable but not guaranteed. All vehicles are offered subject to an inspection and an appraisal if desired. Financing is available through JJ Best Banc. Delivery arrangements are available. For more information, please call 503-855-4345 or 1-888-597-6719.

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1974 Ford Country Squire SOLD SOLD SOLD Sun Valley Auto Club!!
http://www.sunvalleyautos.com/1974_Ford_Ford_Hailey_ID_207057887.veh Two owner Idaho car, no rust. First owners had the car for 37 years in Payette Idaho. Story goes as she was always garaged. I can believe that from the condition that I got her in. The body was solid but the paint was starting to go. I took off the bumpers and all the trim and had her sanded all the way down. She is now painted and gleaming. I get to drive all my cars around and this is the one that turns the most heads! This wagon is so much fun. The only true big block in '74 and this 460 V-8 growls! Very nice road manners and she floats down the road. For the longest wagon Ford produced she turns amazingly well and it's a blast to see that long hood swooping around curves. The dash is perfect and free from cracks, the headliner is amazing and with out flaws, Both dome lights work as well. Power door locks and roll up windows, Power brakes and power steering. New wheels and tires. Contact Shep @ 208.721.1973 with your interest. Check out our complete line up of vehicles at http://www.sunvalleyautos.com or http://www.svautoclub.com





1969 Ford Country Squire Wagon





1971 FORD CUSTOM RANCH WAGON -- LOW END WAGON
There was a time especially in the seventies, an influx of wagons across America. Wagons were the family haulers, the cargo haulers, and a great utilitarian vehicle that was the forerunner of the minivan and the suv. Ford was a leader in the wagon field and produced different levels of wagons to fill various market needs. The Ford Custom Ranch Wagon like this was at the low end. Other wagon models included the Custom 500 Ranch Wagon a 5 door 2 seat, the Custom 500 Ranch Wagon, a 5 door 3 seat, the G500 Country sedan wagon, 5 door 2 seat and 5 door 3 seat, and lastly, Country Squire 5 door 2 and 3 seater. Options and accessories differ with each model including the price tag. This wagon here cost around $3,400 and 16,696 of these low end wagons were produced. Nearly 250,000 Ford wagons were sold this year. Not a bad showing. Engines range from an L-head 6, 240 / 140 to V8's, 351 / 240, 400 / 260, 429 / 320 - 360 This example here is a good representation of what Ford created for a low end wagon. This low mileage has excellent paint, like new green vinyl seats, plenty of cargo space and spare tire well. Notice the dash that thrust toward the driver with the instruments all right there under the driver's eyes. Thanks for viewing this 1971 Ford Custom Ranch Wagon.




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