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1966 7 Litre

HardTop

6J61Q137068
63D 86 12A 721668 4 4

Registry #1767

Owner Unknown

1966 Ford Galaxie 500 7 Liter Factory \"Q\" code car. NOM 428CI built up engine with solid lifters, Hooker headers with full exhaust X pipe and Flowmaster mufflers. Aluminum Intake and 750 Carb. C6 automatic transmission and ford 9\" rear end with 3.50 Tru Trac Posi. Very nice body and paint Factory Poppy Red or possibly very rare Signal Flare Red, that was professionally done in 2012. Nice interior features bucket seats and console. The car was also a factory A/C car. Very nice driver with power steering and powergood power for a big heavy car.


1966 7 Litre

HardTop

6D61Q121361
63D V 84 18L 65 4 4

Registry #1172

Owner Unknkown Current owner purchased this car out of a barn in South Dakota and never got around to restoring it. The car is pretty solid and it did run when purchased although it smoked quite a bit. Includes nearly $4,000 in new reproduction parts from Dearborn Classics. Most of these parts are no longer available and have significantly increased in price as of today.Owner also purchased the very rare NOS 7-LITRE body and truck emblems that are included.

1966 7 Litre

HardTop

6P61Q106477
63D T 86 15J 42 4 5

Registry #6034

Gregg Olson This car has a very interesting story. Gregg bought this car off a used car lot in 1969 and used it as his every day transportation until 1973. Then, as life has a way of doing, it got in the way and the car was put in storage either in the garage or the barn until 2015. As Gregg puts it, he had to raise children and grandchildren. Now, the car is out and back on the road. This 4speed candyapple hardtop can be spotted at local shows around Gregg's home in MN. This is also an early production car with a birthday of September 15th, 1965

 

     

 

     
     
     
     


   

 

   
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