What is this car?

Asked by Feb 11, 2017 at 05:59 AM

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124,265

Looks like a 67 or 68 Ford Galaxy

I've looked those up and doesn't fit.

124,265

The only other car I can think of is a Ford Torino

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87,395

You were right the first time 61, it's a 68 to 70 Ford Galaxy 500.

87,395

May even be up to '72 model year.

87,395

Nope '72 is too new, but it is an older than '70 Galaxy 500.

It's a 1968 ford galaxie XL

Thanks for the help. Been trying to figure out for while lol

67,975

It is a 68, I had one many many years ago.

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Are they rare? My dad and I have never seen one.

Well I have that one I tuck the picture of. But that was in 2011 and couldn't figure out what car it was

87,395

The cars are out there but you would pay a pretty price for one. Any vehicles from the '70 on back to earlier are getting rare. And rare means what kind of special options a car/truck would come with, usually a limited production even tho there may be the same body style out there, one may come with a 6 cylinder, and the same body style would come with a High performance engine, trans, 4-speed trany, rear end and are all matching numbers, meaning these items are original to the production of that car.

I had read that the convertibles were rare cause they made only 6,066 of them. Who knows how many survived.

87,395

There are registries that keeps tabs of old rare cars, just have to search, For instance, on the 1961 Chevy Impala SS convertible there were only 127 ever made, and there are only 23 left in known existence.

Thanks for the help. I'll look it up. I enjoy reading about old cars. Mostly American cars.

87,395

Your welcome.

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