Ford built "Galaxies" from 1959 to 1974--quite a range of body styles. Did you have any particular year or years in mind? Kits of several years in there are still available without too much trouble one way or another.
Do you demand a full-detail chassis, or is a one-piece "promo style" chassis with wire axles good enough for you?
Answer these and I can start pinning things down for you.
As for the Revell '59 kit you mentioned, I've never built or even owned one, but I have seen pictures of them built up and they looked pretty good. I understand that kit's a bit of a bumpy road to get together, though.
AMT has a '60 Starliner kit of fairly recent tooling that's probably the best kit of any fullsize Ford currently available.
If you're more interested in '50s styling, and want to build a model of a fullsize Ford (though not a Galaxie), don't overlook AMT's '56 Crown Victoria and '57 Fairlane kits. These were of the "Trophy" series and a step or two up from their regular annuals, with full detail chassis, opening doors, and so forth. They build up quite nicely.
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