1963 Ford Galaxie 427 Group N Historic Touring Car Chasing Falcon GTHO
Group N Historic Touring Cars at Eastern Creek in Nov 2011. Driver is Marc
Ducquet who is chasing down Mick Kennedy in the red XW Falcon GTHO that is
straight ahead on the starting grid. Race was eventually red flagged due to
the amount of cars that had gone off the track and also a major crash at
Some Old Ford
A story about a man and his car.
Produced by Ben Pender-Cudlip & Unrendered Films.
Music by Jenee Halstead, used with permission.
• 1964 Ford Galaxie 500 XL
• Factory "Z" code car, originally with a 390 cubic inch engine and
• '63 "R" code 427 engine with a big input Toploader 4-speed
• Factory cast iron long tube headers with 2" Exhaust and stock mufflers
• 427 rebuilt to stock specs in '78 or '79 by Leifert Automotive
• 3.91 Traction-Lok rear
• 15" steel rims and radial tires
Muscle Car Of The Week Video #7: 1966 Galaxie 500 XL R-Code 427
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The Muscle Car Of The Week is this stunning 1966 Ford Galaxie 500 XL that
becomes more interesting the more you look. You will first notice the
subdued color called Coventry Gray, and it was never offered on the Ford
Galaxie for 1966. It is a specially ordered Mercury color, making this the
only one ever built! And while they made many Galaxie 500 XL models, there
were less than 50 that came with the R-Code 427 V8 under the hood. Boasting
425 hp, the R-Code 427 breathed through dual four barrel carburetors and
churned a four speed manual transmission. This might not look like a race
car, but it seemed to be built for the dragstrip. We love the juxtaposition
of luxury and power, making this a wolf in banker's clothing!
1964 Ford Galaxie 500 427 4 speed, Detroit Clarkston Mi. classic car appraisal, Auto Appraise Inc.
Ride along with certified auto appraiser Jason Phillips as he checks out
this 427 4 speed 1964 Galaxie 500 for sale in Michigan. This is one of two
videos shot on site. The next video includes the underbody and test drive.
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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.
Drag week 2008 in Jay Browns Galaxie part 1 of 3.wmv
Last minute thrash to get the SOHC powered 64 Galaxie ready for Hot Rod
Magazines Drag Week 2008, then some action on the track and in the pits.
Jays Galaxie did not finish in '08, but came back in 09 much more prepared
and won it's class with a best ET of 9.48 and completed the week long, 1200
mile drive without a problem.
Be sure to check out part 2 at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GZMcqQUN9nw
and part 3 at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rwzxdlae2J0
Classic Autoworx presents: 1964 Galaxie 500 - 427 dual quad / 4spd- 44,000 orig. miles!_2
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----- 1964 Galaxie 500 -----
44,000 original, documented miles.
This car is still owned by the same gentleman that purchased the car when
he was 16 years old and drove it off of the lot, brand new. The car is now
for sale to the public, offered exclusively through
FE Big Block, rebuilt with less than 50 miles on it. Not the standard 4v
car, this car features a f actory aluminum dual quad (2- 4v carburetors)
427ci intake manifold with twin Holley 780cfm carbs, big cam, Hooker Super
Competition headers, upgraded MSD ignition, Custom Exhaust into Flowmaster mufflers, Holley
electric fuel pump.
4 speed Top Loader transmission, high performance clutch, balanced
driveshaft, 9inch Detroit Locker rear end with 4.11:1 gears.
The body and paint on the car are flawless, arrow straight and the car has
had one repaint, nearly 20 years ago. The interior, similarly flawless.
This is an excellent, investment quality vehicle. A car with this package,
history and low mileage will sell quickly! This is a very rare find!
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1963 1/2 FORD GALAXIE 500 427 R-CODE
A closer look at a real R-code, FE 427 cubic inch 1963 1/2 Galaxie 500 2-dr
Hardtop. Raven Black with black interior, Borg Warner T-10 4 Speed, 4.11
positraction 9-inch rear. I restored this car in the mid 1990's.
132411 / 1964 Ford Galaxie 500 XL
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Presented for your consideration is this gorgeous black-on-black, 390
powered, 4-speed, air-conditioned Galaxie 500 XL coupe, just like the ones
Ford used to dominate NASCAR in the '60s. A true two owner car from one
family in Missouri fully restored and showing 56,129 original miles, this
is one awesome piece of Ford history. It just received a thorough polish
and looks absolutely radiant in that silky Raven Black paint and the
amazing trim that Ford used on the top-of-the-line Galaxies.
Speaking of paint, the surfaces on this car look recent, and are done in a
2-stage system for a deep, rich finish that acrylic lacquer and enamels
from 1964 just can't touch. Sinister and imposing, this is the car you
always wished your father would buy instead of the stodgy 4-door with an
inline six and automatic transmission. The flanks are very straight, and I
have no problems believing that this was a clean car before restoration.
All sheet-metal on this Galaxie is original to the car and panel gaps are
better than average all around. Look at the pictures again and remember how
hard it is to make a black car look good under the harsh lights in the
photo booth—bad prep can't hide from the camera, and there are no cut
corners on this Galaxie, it's all first-rate workmanship. And as I
mentioned, our own detail shop put the final shine on the paint just a few
days ago, making this car show-ready today.
The assembly line installed 390 cubic inch "Thunderbird Special" V8 under
the hood has been detailed and looks awesome in its original gold color. It
is dominated by the big, round air cleaner housing, and, in this particular
car, the air conditioning compressor, which was factory equipment. Hoses
and wiring are new, and RKM just installed a correct Autolite battery the
other day. The original single master cylinder is still in place on the
original power brake Booster, but
note that this car does not have power steering, strange, but just a part
of this car's mystique. The bottom of the hood has been finished to a much
higher standard than original, too; look at the reflection of the engine in
The muscular 390's power is transmitted rearward through a bulletproof
Toploader 4-speed manual, which absolutely transforms the car's
personality. Luxury car? Muscle car? Both? The transmission is plenty stout
enough to bang through the gears. And speaking of gears, of course there's
a rock solid Ford 9-inch rear out back, the same one that has been
transmitting power for all the big horsepower racers for
decades now. The floors are solid, as is the frame, and all the mechanical
pieces have been recently rebuilt and serviced, making this Galaxie a
turn-key hobby car. True dual Exhaust
feeds a pair of Flowmaster mufflers that sound great behind the big 390,
not too loud, but enough to let people know this isn't grandma's
grocery-getter. It looks like there's a new shock absorber at each corner,
the brakes are firm and stop the car well, and it rides on relatively
recent 225/75/14 whitewall tires and original spinner hubcaps.
The interior features black vinyl deluxe bucket seats and a center console
that houses the shifter for the 4-speed. The front seat covers, headliner,
and carpet are new, while the rest is a combination of outstanding original
pieces and items that were replaced in the past. It shows extremely well,
with very little wear and tear on any of the surfaces. There's an original
Ford pushbutton AM radio with front and rear speakers, with the rear one in
the center of the rear seat behind a gorgeous chrome grille. The steering
wheel is gorgeous, with the Galaxie 500 XL emblem in the center and a
rim-blow horn ring. I really dig the gold anodized appearance of the gauge
faces, better than plain black or the more common brushed silver, and it's
amazing how "right" it looks in this black '60s cruiser.
Fords are still relatively under-valued when compared to their GM and Mopar
competition, and this gentleman's express Galaxie is a screaming bargain!