What is the value of a 1964 Ford Galaxie 500?

Vehicle Valuation Analysis

Bodystyles Median Sale
V8 Club Victoria $17,000
V8 Sunliner Convertible $12,190
V8 Town Sedan $16,500
V8 Town Victoria $30,000

What is a Ford Custom?

The Ford Custom is an automobile which was produced by Ford in the United States, Canada and Australia in certain years from 1949 to 1981.

How many 1964 Galaxie 500 XL convertibles were made?

With just a little more than 15,000 produced, the 1964 Galaxie 500XL convertible was a relatively low-production vehicle to start with, but only a few came with the P-code 390 CI police interceptor, an FE big-block that generated 330 HP and 427 lb-ft of torque thanks to its solid-lifter cam, 9.6:1 compression ratio and …

Why did Galaxie 500 break up?

Galaxie 500 broke up because it was time. We broke up as a result of internal contradictions. Columbia Records was interested in signing us, but the making of the previous album had been very difficult– and clearly we weren’t getting along– so why should we continue to sit in a room and make music together?

Where is the Ford custom made?

Ford Transit Custom
Assembly Kocaeli, Turkey (Ford Otosan) Nanchang, China (Jiangling) Hai Duong, Vietnam (Ford Vietnam)
Body and chassis
Class Light commercial vehicle (M)
Body style Van (Transit Custom) Crew cab van (Transit Custom) Minivan/Minibus (Transit Custom Kombi, Tourneo Custom)

How long is a SWB Transit Custom?

Ford Transit Custom exterior dimensions

Ford Transit Custom size SWB low roof (L1H1) SWB high roof (L1H2)
Exterior length (mm) 4,973 4,973
Exterior height (mm) 1,925-2,000 2,286-2,366
Exterior width with mirrors (mm) 2,272 2,272
Exterior width mirrors folded (mm) 2,080 2,080

What engine came in the 1963 Galaxie 500 XL?

The 1963 Ford Galaxie 500 XL has a 390 cubic-inch V8 engine under the hood paired with a 4-speed manual transmission. The car has emblems on the front fenders that call out a 427 V8 engine, but those are just for show as the seller says the engine is the 390 cubic-inch V8 mentioned.