Little touches, like removing the Ford badging from the rear of the car, along with the Galaxie 500 emblem from the tail light panel, are in keeping with the owner's plan for clean simplicity.
Little touches, like removing the Ford badging from the rear of the car, along with the Galaxie 500 emblem from the tail light panel, are in keeping with the owner's plan for clean simplicity. The Wichita Eagle
Little touches, like removing the Ford badging from the rear of the car, along with the Galaxie 500 emblem from the tail light panel, are in keeping with the owner's plan for clean simplicity. The Wichita Eagle

Fourth time a charm with Galaxie

August 25, 2012 05:00 AM

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