|July 5th, 2008, 09:22 PM||#1|
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*SOLD* 1995 Ford Crown Victoria P71 Police Interceptor $500 *SOLD*
1995 Ford Crown Victoria P71 Police Interceptor $500
IMPORTANT! Clear (no lein) duplicate Kentucky title included- but the title is not signed by the city. The city couldn't find the original title, had a duplicate re-issued and nobody from the city believed they needed to sign off on the title. Titling in your name may be troublesome (I'm not familiar with Kentucky policy or out-of-state titles in Michigan) but scrapping the car shouldn't be unless the yard's policy requires the title to be in the the name of who is scrapping the car.
99k miles, 4.6L, auto trans, runs, goes forward, goes backward, and stops.
Former southern Kentucky patrol vehicle- minimal rust if any. Spot light works, no communication devices.
P71 package goodies:
- 3G alternator
- aluminum driveshaft
- cop suspension and brakes
- fiberglass hood and trunk
- disc 8.8 with 3.73 and limited slip
Known problems: trans slips, needs battery, trunk hinges are bent from overstuffing with scrap metal. Instrument cluster is not installed but included. Soon-to-be missing driver's door and rear caliper brackets and calipers (just have to remove these parts). I have a battery to use for start-up.
Why buy this car? Well the car is suitable for any, or all of the following uses:
- non-hacked, running 4.6L drivetrain donor (with great ROI potential)
- demo derby
- enduro races
- 24hrs of LeMons
- remove all doors, chop the top and go rippin' through the fields
- driveway ornament to reduce speeding on your street
- build a trar! (4x4 car) you know you want to. . .
- you need a new shooting car or a replacement for your current shooting target
- annoy the neighbors!
the possibilities are endless.
These pics were taken during spring of '08. Imagine the car without a driver's door and covered in snow which is how it looks today. The car was started and driven earlier this month. No starting or driving issues other than the slipping trans- which happens after the car warms up.
The trunk and back seats are stuffed with random scrap metal, you get that too.
The car will be moved to Carleton this weekend (15 miles south and 3 miles west of Detroit Metro Airport- off I275).
Car will be scrapped 1-3-09 unless (obviously) somebody buys or puts a deposit down.
Trades? Need a heavy-duty snowblower, 20" width minimum and metal auger- no rubber shoes.
Last edited by cornfed; January 2nd, 2009 at 05:31 PM.