1969 Ford Galaxie 500 with 1970 hubcaps.

1969 Ford Galaxie 500

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  • Hi to everyone,
    I am writing to get opinions advice from anyone here, especially the older folks who remember these cars when they were regularly average, everyday vehicles. I have the chance to buy a 1969 Ford Galaxie 500 XL GT. I was born in 1969 and I am not old enough to remember these cars as daily drivers, at least no one I knew had anything like this. I have read the Hemmings Muscle Machines issue that had the article about the guy who had the white convertible 69 Galaxie XL GT, and get the felling these are fairly rare cars. Can anyone tell me if I am right in this? Can anyone tell me what are the XL and GT packages? Are these trim or performance packages? Does the GT package mandate one must then choose only a 390 or 429 engine at the time of ordering? I know this was a one year only body style, so its rare because of that, but is the XL and GT extremely rare? The car I am looking at has sat for well over 20 years, but fortunately is in the southwest, so has little rust, but the paint and interior are shot. The owner wants $4500. This car is a two door hardtop, with the fastback swept back pillars. Is there somewhere I can try to find production figures for how many of these were actually built?

    Hi to everyone,
    I am writing to get opinions advice from anyone here, especially the older folks who remember these cars when they were regularly average, everyday vehicles. I have the chance to buy a 1969 Ford Galaxie 500 XL GT. I was born in 1969 and I am not old enough to remember these cars as daily drivers, at least no one I knew had anything like this. I have read the Hemmings Muscle Machines issue that had the article about the guy who had the white convertible 69 Galaxie XL GT, and get the felling these are fairly rare cars. Can anyone tell me if I am right in this? Can anyone tell me what are the XL and GT packages? Are these trim or performance packages? Does the GT package mandate one must then choose only a 390 or 429 engine at the time of ordering? I know this was a one year only body style, so its rare because of that, but is the XL and GT extremely rare? The car I am looking at has sat for well over 20 years, but fortunately is in the southwest, so has little rust, but the paint and interior are shot. The owner wants $4500. This car is a two door hardtop, with the fastback swept back pillars. Is there somewhere I can try to find production figures for how many of these were actually built?

  • Hi to everyone,
    I am writing to get opinions advice from anyone here, especially the older folks who remember these cars when they were regularly average, everyday vehicles. I have the chance to buy a 1969 Ford Galaxie 500 XL GT. I was born in 1969 and I am not old enough to remember these cars as daily drivers, at least no one I knew had anything like this. I have read the Hemmings Muscle Machines issue that had the article about the guy who had the white convertible 69 Galaxie XL GT, and get the felling these are fairly rare cars. Can anyone tell me if I am right in this? Can anyone tell me what are the XL and GT packages? Are these trim or performance packages? Does the GT package mandate one must then choose only a 390 or 429 engine at the time of ordering? I know this was a one year only body style, so its rare because of that, but is the XL and GT extremely rare? The car I am looking at has sat for well over 20 years, but fortunately is in the southwest, so has little rust, but the paint and interior are shot. The owner wants $4500. This car is a two door hardtop, with the fastback swept back pillars. Is there somewhere I can try to find production figures for how many of these were actually built?Thanks to anyone who can help and provide some info,
    Patrick

    Hi to everyone,
    I am writing to get opinions advice from anyone here, especially the older folks who remember these cars when they were regularly average, everyday vehicles. I have the chance to buy a 1969 Ford Galaxie 500 XL GT. I was born in 1969 and I am not old enough to remember these cars as daily drivers, at least no one I knew had anything like this. I have read the Hemmings Muscle Machines issue that had the article about the guy who had the white convertible 69 Galaxie XL GT, and get the felling these are fairly rare cars. Can anyone tell me if I am right in this? Can anyone tell me what are the XL and GT packages? Are these trim or performance packages? Does the GT package mandate one must then choose only a 390 or 429 engine at the time of ordering? I know this was a one year only body style, so its rare because of that, but is the XL and GT extremely rare? The car I am looking at has sat for well over 20 years, but fortunately is in the southwest, so has little rust, but the paint and interior are shot. The owner wants $4500. This car is a two door hardtop, with the fastback swept back pillars. Is there somewhere I can try to find production figures for how many of these were actually built?Thanks to anyone who can help and provide some info,
    Patrick

    This Product Fits the Following: Catalog: B
    Vehicle Engine
    • 1969 Ford Galaxie 500 7.0L V8 
    • 1969 Ford Galaxie 500 7.0L V8 
    • 1969 Ford Galaxie 500 7.0L V8 
    • 1969 Ford Galaxie 500 7.0L V8 

  • This Product Fits the Following: Catalog: C
    Vehicle Engine
    • 1969 Ford Galaxie 500 7.0L V8 
    • 1969 Ford Galaxie 500 7.0L V8 

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Like most station wagons, few 1969 Ford Galaxies wagons escaped the hard life of family use and abuse that eventually led to the junkyard. Accordingly nice examples are few and far between, which likely explains why we are so drawn to nicely preserved original wagons like this one. This car has two owners since it was new to thank for its well kept condition—the second of which owned the car since 1974.