The 2011 Interceptor with the 3:55 axle was electronically limited to 119 mph. Body-on-frame construction -- which is typically associated with trucks rather than cars -- makes fixes relatively fast and inexpensive following a minor to moderate collision. Only one transmission was offered: a four-speed automatic. The big sedan's generously sized trunk could hold 20. If it was used by the police it's in great condition because cops and whoever else use Ford Crown Vics they keep their cars and check even though they do have some problems the Crown Vic is the most powerful car there is for now. Thumbs-up are common and flashed headlights are another. Every time you come to our website, you can be sure you're looking at a great price, from your very first look.
Oklahoma title Seller is a government entity who will be assigning and distributing the title. Pricing subject to change without notice. Waiting to join the main road from a side junction is a thing of the past as people fall over themselves to be helpful. The Crown Victoria Police Interceptor was Ford's factory-made police cruiser. We are a family run dealership that prides ourselves on service, quality, and value.
The Police Interceptor was motivated by a single-overhead-cam, 4. Title distribution may be delayed up to 14 days from verification of funds. The Police Interceptor was offered in two versions: standard and Street Appearance. Although they weren't necessarily the most modern or refined offerings, Panther-platform cars were favored by taxi companies, law enforcement organizations and various other fleet buyers due to their relative simplicity, low cost of ownership and ease of repair, and capacious interior space. A 200-watt, high-capacity generator provided power to supplemental lighting and other gear. .
This car is so amazing the design is so aggressive I'm not saying it's better than the Taurus but it's nice cheap car. Although the Police Interceptor was not sold directly to the public when new, decommissioned used examples can be purchased by anyone. We do our best to list all the correct information, however, we will not be bound by or responsible for any error or misprint in our advertisement. Both the standard car and the Street Appearance version were sold with either a 3. Yet no one gets grumpy and other road users are warm towards it; friendly curiosity is an attractive bonus to driving the Interceptor. We may or may not have all the keys, owner's manuals, and floor mats, but we will be happy to obtain extra ones for you at our cost.
The Police Interceptor was 212 inches long, 78. As its name implied, the Crown Victoria Police Interceptor was a modified version of Ford's venerable, long-running Crown Victoria sedan. It is the customer's sole responsibility to verify the accuracy of the prices with the dealer as well as the existence and condition of any equipment listed. Its most high profile use, though, is by law enforcement outfits. We monitor the market on each car, we inspect availability, options, colors, etc, currently available in the market and make changes to our prices to remain competitive.
The overwhelming car of choice among U. Federal agencies, State troopers, and local Police departments all love its unique blend of reliability, safety and performance. We prefer to show our retail sales by appointment and are open 7 days per week! The Street Appearance car -- which looked like a standard Crown Victoria -- was intended for undercover operations and other applications in which law enforcement officers preferred to keep a low profile. Although the Police Interceptor didn't differ dramatically from the Standard Crown Victoria, it featured several key enhancements. Units with the 3:27 axle were limited to 129 mph. The Police Interceptor's front bucket seats were upholstered in cloth and fitted with anti-stab plates to protect front-seat occupants. View details and pictures — and place your bid at Government Auction This asset is for sale at auction by Purple Wave and will sell to the highest bidder without reserves or minimums.
The Police Interceptor's boost in power was due chiefly to a specific police car air induction system, which helped the engine breathe more efficiently. The Ford Crown Victoria must be one of the most easily recognizable and iconic cars ever built. The engine produced 250 horsepower at 5,000 rpm and 297 foot-pounds of torque at 4,000 rpm. Don't be surprised if a vehicle you are looking at changes in price based on current market conditions! The rear bench was upholstered in vinyl for easy cleanup and repair. The engine got an external oil cooler to keep temperatures down during long periods of idling. Bidding is open now and will close May 7, 2019 2011 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor 144,216 miles on odometer 4.
Cruising at 60mph in the nearside lane creates a rolling roadblock until other road users get close enough to realize that you are only playing at motorway patrol. Please contact the seller for distribution questions. We use sophisticated pricing technology to ensure all of our vehicles are priced to sell. For comparison, the standard 2011 Crown Victoria put out 239 horsepower and 281 foot-pounds of torque. The iconic cruiser ended its lengthy, nearly-two-decade-long production run following the 2011 model year. . .
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