Beautiful Restoration! Retractable Hardtop!
***ALL VEHICLES ARE SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY AND MAY OR MAY NOT BE LOCATED IN OUR STANLEY, WI SHOWROOM! Call us at 715-709-0343 or email us at email@example.com to inquire. Cody's Classic Cars is pleased to offer this drop-dead gorgeous 1959 Ford Galaxie Retractable Hardtop! Beautifully restored in 2004 from top to bottom, this iconic model has been part of a private collection of convertibles for the past 17 years in a climate controlled warehouse. Just about every component of this car was rebuilt or replaced during it's extensive restoration so it still looks as good as it did when it rolled off the assembly line in 1959! Features include a 332cid V8 (rebuilt with less than 200 miles), Cruise-O-Matic transmission, power steering and brakes, Town & Country radio (with hidden FM convertor) Sunray wheel covers, bumper guards, and more! Like new Torch Red/Black/Silver interior| stunning Raven Black paint, and sparkling chrome and stainless. Recent services include a new battery, carb rebuild, and tune up. Starts, runs, and drives great! Retractable hardtop works like it should, please see VIDEO HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PMbkYZmxHN4 This is a stunning car that will command everyone's attention when you roll in, without a doubt. Be it your local cruise night or car show, be the main attraction!! Serious offers encouraged. Financing/Shipping available. We sell worldwide! The 59s were a conservative| yet popular car line that came extremely close to out-selling arch-rival Chevys all-new cars, despite being a reskin of Fords successful 1957-1958 cars. The Fords could be had with the large, high-compression FE block 352 cubic inch, 300-horsepower V-8, but most buyers opted for the more economical FE 332, with 225 horsepower| or the Y 292, with 200 horsepower. Most collectible are the Skyliner retractables; only 12,915 were built. They featured a specific frame that combined the heavier-duty construction of their Sunliner convertible brethren with an extended rear frame and extended rear quarter panels of a station wagon in order to make room for the retracting roof.