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1963 Ford Galaxie for sale - Fort Worth, Texas

$64,995 USD
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  • Price$64,995 USD
  • Odometer26474
  • Body Stylesedan
  • Stock #3900-DFW

FOR SALE: 1963 Ford Galaxie
Fort Worth, Texas

Engine: 427 V8


Interior Color:

Exterior Color:
Viking Blue

For fans of full-sized Ford muscle, there aren\'t many holier grails than a real-deal R-code Galaxie. Well, here\'s your chance, because this 1963 Ford Galaxie post sedan sports an ultra-desirable 427 V8, a 4-speed manual, and a rare Viking Blue on blue color combination. This was by far the biggest, baddest car on the streets of 1963, and it\'s been incredibly preserved as a survivor with only 26,474 actual miles on the clock. That\'s simply astounding, we\'ve never seen a Galaxie of any trim level with miles this low, let alone one with the pedigree of an R-code. If you want the best original Ford Galaxie on the market, this is probably it.

Code E Viking Blue is this car\'s original color and now that you\'ve seen it, it\'s hard to imagine any more suitable color for a car with so much going for it. The hood was replaced and repainted under warranty in 1963, but other than that, all of that blue paint is original and full-blown survivor grade. So as you\'d imagine, it definitely show signs of use after 56 years of being exposed to the Texas weather, regardless of how great the climate of the Lone Star state usually is. The paint is somewhat flat, swirled, slightly checked, and scratched in a few areas, but it still presents rather well, with years of character worn proudly on its original steel. Thankfully, and rather impressively, none of the paint is peeling or flaking, and most importantly there are no rust issues to be found. Leave it as is and start a conversation everywhere you go (a new trend that\'s rising in popularity is to spray clear-coat over survivor paint jobs, ostensibly locking-in the patina or survivor finish forever), or have it resprayed back in Viking Blue for a minimal cost, because this baby isn\'t going to need a lot of bodywork, if any. Look how straight the quarters are, the exacting factory panel gaps, and the doors close with the most wonderfully solid THUNK we\'ve heard on a sedan in a long time. Of course, the chrome and stainless trim from the factory is still all in place, and it\'s all in very nice shape, as are the original glass and the rubber parts too. Most importantly, the factory \'427\' emblems still live on the front fenders, perhaps the only warning that anyone\'s going to get about the beatings that this car hands out.

The factory blue vinyl and cloth interior is a great choice for this luxury liner, featuring original seat covers, carpets, door panels, headliner, and dash that are so nicely preserved with only minimal wear that you\'d never guess it was 56 years old. A bench seat with a Hurst 4-speed is how it came originally and delivers the brute-force performance of a Ford big block in a no-frills way that suggests the guy who originally ordered this car had his priorities in order. The factory gauges cover the basics, and the optional Sun Tachometer strapped to the steering wheel was actually a factory/dealer option, which means this car is strictly 1963 inside. A correct Hurst shifter with a Line Lock setup (they\'re not reproduced) manages the 4-speed manual gearbox below, and the big original steering wheel feels great in your hands. The original AM radio is still in the dash, but who cares if it works? You\'ll never use it after you hear the 427 exhale through the dual exhaust below. And yes, the trunk is truly massive, finished in an original mat and carrying its spare way up front, but remember that it also helps plant the rear tires and you\'re going to need all the help you can get in that department.

But the real reason this car is special is the believed original 427 cubic inch V8 under the hood, and the only reason we say \'believed\' is because there\'s really no such thing as numbers-matching on a classic Ford. Topped with dual 4-barrel Holley carburetors, it was Ford\'s most potent powerplant and one which also landed in the legendary Cobra. It\'s completely original and has been very well-maintained throughout the years by a very low amount of conscienti

Price History

Original Price$64,995
Listed Price$64,995

Excluding price changes of less than $100.

About This Dealership:

Streetside Classic Cars is one of the largest consignment sales showrooms in the country. We can arrange both domestic and international shipping and financing. Over 125+ cars in stock.

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