1960 ford galaxie 500 for sale

Ford rolled into 1963 with a NASCAR -winning Galaxie and a 427 CID (7 L) FE V8 sporting either 410 hp (306 kW) or 425 hp (317 kW). A new hardtop coupe body was added to the Galaxie range, and the base model became known as the 300 .

Ford built its full-sized Galaxie from 1959 to 1974. Initially the Ford Galaxie name referred only to the high-end models, but by 1962, all full-sized Fords were Galaxies. Badging like 500 and 500/LTD helped to distinguish between different trim levels. Different body styles, like hardtops, convertibles, sedans, and two-doors were included in the line-up and over the years, the Galaxie line included everything from reliable family cars to fast, high-performance racers. Today, the Galaxie is a desirable collector’s car. You can track down your favorite version by searching the ads at FossilCars.

Demand for bigger, better, flashier cars from a flourishing postwar middle class inspired the introduction of the Impala trim package in 1958, borrowing its name from 1956's Corvette Impala concept. Developed by Chevy chief engineer Ed Cole, the option proved so popular that Impala became its own model in 1959 and, by the end of the 1960s, it ranked as the best-selling full-size nameplate of all time. Ford introduced its top-shelf Galaxie series for 1959, and by 1960 it was Ford's most popular model series.

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Demand for bigger, better, flashier cars from a flourishing postwar middle class inspired the introduction of the Impala trim package in 1958, borrowing its name from 1956's Corvette Impala concept. Developed by Chevy chief engineer Ed Cole, the option proved so popular that Impala became its own model in 1959 and, by the end of the 1960s, it ranked as the best-selling full-size nameplate of all time. Ford introduced its top-shelf Galaxie series for 1959, and by 1960 it was Ford's most popular model series.