2007 Crown Vic Police Interceptor Glass Packs Sound From Inside Car
Get in and listen to what the glass packs sound like from inside the car, as we go for a drive. I'm doing my impression of a manual transmission with my automatic of course! Let me know what you think. Thanks for watching! Link for adding cruise control http://www.crownvic.net/drock96marquis/05+cruise.htm
2010 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor
2010 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor For Sale. Have you been looking an Interceptor but don't want a 100k+ mile retired police car that has been driven hard every day of its life. Would you like a new one but don't have the badge to get one? Look no further as this Crown Vic interceptor has only 3,180 miles! This car was originally purchased by the state of Michigan but was never put into service the car was then auctioned from the state in 2010. Even though it was intended to be a police cruiser this Vic is optioned well with A/C, AM/FM radio w/ CD, cruise control, hub caps, lumbar support, power brakes, power steering, power locks, power windows, anti-lock brakes, tilt wheel, seat belts, drivers and passengers airbag, cloth interior front, vinyl interior rear, center console, A-pillar spot light, rubber floor mat and radial tires. These cars are not hard to find but in this condition with these kind of miles you just can't find one. This vehicle is located in our Louisville Showroom for more information please visit gatewayclassiccars.com or call the showroom at 812-294-1555.
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Crown Victoria Police Interceptor With Cop Shocks
http://www.parkautomall.com Looking for a retired police car with cop shocks, cop tires and a cop motor? Check out this 2003 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor available at Park Auto Mall in Tampa Bay Florida.
25 Miles Per Gallon Crown Victoria Police Interceptor Road Test
0-60 mph in 9 sec. Considered one of the safest cars on the road. Wild Rose Motors Ltd specialize in the sale of retired Police Interceptors. We are currently trying to modify one of the CVPI's to achieve 30 miles per gallon. This Video is the first of a series of videos that will size does matter and yet still be economical.
Ohio's hardest Crown Vic...PERIOD!!!!!
This is my 2001 Ford Crown Victoria police interceptor. I bought this from a local police department and have been customizing it ever since. This was the final video before i sold the car. It had a full ten switch air ride set up. Some call this "bagged". other modifications include shaved door handles, aftermarket sunroof, cuctom lights, flowmaster Exhaust, HID lighting, 22 inch rims, custom made seat covers, a real Natahan Airchime train horn, Compustar alarm and much more. This car was built for shows and attention to detail was great. I believe this to be one of the nicest looking Crown Vics I have seen. Feel free to leave comments with your opinions!
2000 Crown Victoria Police Interceptor
This is a quick walk-around of my 2000 Crown Victoria Police Interceptor. The car has 136,000 miles (as of 9/12/2011) and was a K9 Transport for the Los Angles County Sheriff's Department.
I have done a few mods to it, such as a Honeycomb Grill, new headlight and marker light lamps, 2003-2005 aftermarket wheel covers, front bumper cover trim removed, rear bumper tuck, marker light/flasher mod, Go-Rhino Push Bar, Blazer fog lamps (wired to park lights), aftermarket center console, and a 1999 Crown Vic rear cloth seat.
Sorry for the quality of the video, I know it sucks. If you have any questions about this car or any questions about the exterior of 1998-2011 Crown Victoria's please leave a comment. Rate and Subscribe for more videos, Thanks!!