- $34,995 Get Financing
- Country Squire
- Seller: streetsideatl
- Phone: 877-367-1835
This 1964 Ford Country Squire Station Wagon is all your vintage dreams rolled into one. After all, it has that classic wood-paneled grocery-getter look of nostalgia. It's quite comfortable inside with everything from newer upholstery to a Bluetooth radio. There's even solid-built V8 power under the hood. So as you look at the details, you'll discover a truly irresistible total cruiser.
The 1964 Galaxie was an awesome year at Ford. After all, the design was revised to be more refined and a true flagship. So it gets even more desirable on the expensive Country Squire wagon. It carries the same design elements that made the hardtops famous, like the jet-age chrome fins on the front fender, wave-like grille, and the afterburner tail lights that were so large that they notched the rear bumper to better integrate them. The maroon with cream roof is a great classic two-tone with a smooth modern appeal. While cars of this era used a lot of chrome, this one just uses it in the right places to draw added attention to the well-formed chrome bumpers, cool roof rack, and window trim that highlight the rear wraparound glass. So in many places you'd traditionally get brightwork, this has wood-like trim. It's as thoughtfully designed as chrome with cool details like integrated door handles, exposed stainless rivets, and a unique design piece zooming off the headlights similar to the 1964's Galaxies' exclusive side trim. The full package is detailed and impressive, but we also like how this keeps a proper cruiser feeling, too. The total impression is about having a classic you'll want to drive, and the lowered stance and staggered Billet Specialties alloys really help hint at how sporty this driver's wagon can be.
The interior is the right custom setup to give you classic vibes while also integrating the best comforts. The full tan package looks good against the natural-style exterior wood trim, and you can tell the upholstery, door panels, and full tweed carpeting are clean later upgrades. This is meant to be a great car to load up family, friends, and cargo for a classic road trip. After all, that's part of the fun of wagon ownership. So you also get nice upgrades like a retro-style AM/FM stereo with aux input, tinted glass, a removable cup holder console, a backup camera, and provisions for air conditioning (it's a modern R134a system that will just need servicing.) But no matter how many people are along for the ride, you'll appreciate how this one truly accommodates the driver. You have upgraded Classic Instruments readouts and a tilt steering column. And have you noticed how the Billet Specialties steering wheel is the same design as the alloy wheels?
The engine bay looks show-ready with the smooth inner fenders and all the polished components on the tidy motor. At its heart is a 302 cubic-inch V8. These love upgrades, and so this is built with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, a Weiand aluminum intake, and rather straight dual exhaust pipes feeding the Flowmaster mufflers. You'll even spot good supporting components like the Ford Racing valve cover and an aluminum radiator with electric fan. And making a solid cruiser means more than just solid V8 power. This has a four-speed automatic transmission that's stout enough for performance driving and also smooth enough to slip into easy overdrive cruising. Plus, there's power steering, power brakes, front discs, and modern sport tires.
The sale comes complete with build receipts and maintenance records. This is the kind of classic wagon that loves to be a fun and powerful cruiser. Call today!!!