1961 Ford Galaxie

I thought the world needed another '61 Galaxie video. The video is nothing special -- just a few photos and short clips. If you like '61s, though, drop me a comment. The Galaxie is rather special to me, however. This is a fourth-generation car. My great-grandparents bought it new. Then my mom drove it to college until she got a pickup. Following that, my grandparents drove it until reverse went out in 1978. It sat behind a shed and deteriorated until I began restoring it around 1999.

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Muscle Car Of The Week Video #43: 1961 Ford Starliner Video
http://www.musclecaroftheweek.com http://www.facebook.com/musclecaroftheweek The world was a different place back in 1961, and the space-age styling of the 1961 Ford Starliner tells the tale. This car technically pre-dates the Muscle Car era, but the available 401 HP 390 made it a screamer on the street and stock car tracks. This week's car has been up-fitted with a 427 cube V8 topped with 3 2-barrel carbs, a setup you could get in 1963, but it looks right at home in the bay of this Starliner. There are many neat styling features on this car, including the thin-pillared sloping rear glass with zinc plated and polished stars, the subtitle tail fins, and the twin "rocket Exhaust" tail lights. It's one car from the Brothers Collection that is out of this world!





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1961 Ford Galaxie Starliner 428 cu-in Dual-Quad 4-Speed
This is a video of my 1961 Ford Galaxie Starliner. I explain the restoration process and modifications that we're made by Mike and Pat of Stampede Inc of Hollywood, FL. The engine is a 428 cubic inch FE (Ford Edsel) block. It's also outfitted with Edelbrock aluminium heads, a Comp solid roller cam, and a dual quad tunnel wedge intake manifold. Powerful? Yes.




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