1972 Ford Galaxie Sleeper - 351 Hi Po - Build Sheet Posted. A local legend ...This car is mean looking, with plenty of potential once the small amount of body work is completed. Then use your imagination for the paint job; or, I hate to say this; but, if you really hate the car take everything out and put into a sexier Ford? Oh lord forgive me!!!
The entire engine swap for the Car was done at Al's Automotive in Parma, Oh. I just learned today March 23rd 2021 that my car actually shows up as a featured picture on their website. I'm telling you folks do not sleep on this Sleeper Car.
March 25th I just added a PDF of the build sheet. This should give you plenty to sink your teeth into. I am telling you right now that this is a steal.There is so much new on this car it's silly. Everything was replaced, looked at or upgraded. All items under the hood is in the 3,000 mile range. Set up like a true Vintage Ford muscle car.
This Gator like Galaxie 500 has a built 351 High Performance engine. Mostly aluminum racing style. See pics.
An attention getter everywhere I go.
I have a PDF that shows the extensive work done to this car and a stack of receipts.
Interior is darn near flawless.
Nice stereo. 300 watt speakers in the rear.
Body work and paint is all that remains on this 72 Muscle Car.
I must say it takes some getting used to looks wise but what is under the hood makes that all better. It's just "mean looking!"
The Galaxie has a waterless radiator system. To explain it better is to say it has chemicals that cost roughly $45 a gallon that will never need replaced. Do not add water ( ever or again ) nor ever add radiator fluid again!
Headers and dual exhaust. Sounds fantastic!
It has nice rims and tires. Built in kill switch.
The vehicle has roughly only 3,000 miles on the rebuilt engine. Roughly 65,000 miles total.
This thing flies.