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Auburn Fall | Lot 2171

1960 Ford Galaxie Sunliner

The Shrine of the Holy Grille

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$24,200 USD | Sold

United States | Auburn, Indiana

31 August 2018


Chassis No.
0F02G154197
  • Offered from The Shrine of the Holy Grille
  • The first year of the new redesigned longer, lower, wider body style
  • One of just five Ford models offered in 1960; one of the top trim levels
  • 220-hp, 352-cu. in. Interceptor OHV V-8 and two-speed Ford-O-Matic transmission
  • Older restoration in original color of Corinthian White

While the chassis and drivetrain of 1960 Fords remained largely the same as the year before, the bodies were all new and beautifully modern, with twin headlights riding in a scalloped front clip, unique half-moon–shaped taillights, and smaller curving tailfins. This would be the only year for this styling. A minor “first” was the introduction of a fuel filler door in the center of the rear valance, something that would be subsequently copied by several of Ford’s competitors. A rare surviving example of the 1960 Galaxie Sunliner, The Shrine of the Holy Grille’s example is an older restoration in its original color, Corinthian White, and equipped as when new with the 220-hp Interceptor 352 V-8 and Ford-O-Matic transmission.

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