1971 Ford Galaxie 500.

October 9, 2013

14 comments

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Whats that green wagon in front?

hp kid said...

If your post was about the green wagon someone would ask about the black sedan behind it. You can't win.

Ben Piff said...

We all win.

Mikael said...

I like it

Tony Piff said...

I assumed it was this old Ford, which I now see all over town on a regular basis. So happy to be wrong. Two great finds.

great white tiburon said...

what a good looking car. I would love to have this as my daily driver.

Anonymous said...

ex detective car perhaps.looking awesome indeed.nice job finding it.

ranchwagon said...

Boy, if you came home in 1971 and THAT was sitting in front of your house it was either the Feds, or the Police detectives wanting to have a talk with you.

That old Galaxie looks OMINOUS.

Calvin said...

I've said before that I don't like Fords, but I'm lusting pretty hard after this one. My dad is fond of pointing out that many Fords from the 60s-70s have a lean, muscular body juxtaposed against a prim, dainty roof. That applies to this car, in the best way possible.

Justin said...

This Galaxie just screams Harry Callahan. Badass, would totally daily drive.

Tony Piff said...

after those last four comments, i had to come back and re-appreciate this thing. awesome.

clifton.ra said...

"...This Galaxie just screams Harry Callahan..."
Gator McClusky. White Lightning.
His was a 4-dr hardtop police interceptor.

Chris M. said...

Badass, in the most crew-cut square-jawed 70's throwback way possible. The dog dish caps and the black paint job create the perfect tension with the curves and hollows of the body.

An all-pro linebacker in a sober preacher's black suit.

RoadmasterMike said...

Tommy Lee Jones first MiB car when he was a rookie. Wondering what gets attached (or used to be attached) to that bracket on the rear bumper?