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    51 years and counting

    This month, my 64 Galaxie and I reached the "51 years of ownership" mark. Purchase price in 1969: $750; 46, 819 miles.

    We have not aged a bit.

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    That is incredible!


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    Very cool!
    You "feel" the difference because you want to "feel" the difference. Since you just spent money on the upgrade you "have" to feel the difference

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    Started out as a Gal 500, but over the years, I converted her to a 500XL.

    Second trans, 3rd motor, orig 352/2504v, used 352/250//4v; rebuilt 390/300/4v; roughly 220,000 miles today.

    Except for the VIN, there is nothing on the car that isn't from an XL from the front fender/rear quarter moldings, hubcaps, buckets, console, even the horn rim and glove box molding.

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    Wow, congrats! Pics?
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    That's a long time. Congratulations!

    I'm far behind at 37 years
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