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Crown Victoria

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fourpointsixgt

481 posts

66 months

Tuesday 2nd October 2012
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If you don't buy the car, at least there's plenty to do there, we often go over, take Mustang out for a run. The vendor's most likely an older chap, hence the low miles, garage kept & under sealed, wonder what he'd drop to.

Nickyboy

4,349 posts

136 months

Wednesday 31st October 2012
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Theres a Crown Vic Black & White on AT at the mo

zubair

809 posts

95 months

Wednesday 31st October 2012
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you could also consider a lincoln town car which is much more refine and alot nicer to look at and drives better i have owned couple of crown victoria and quite a few town cars infact they are the same there are few models changes 95-97 then 98-02 then new model from 03-07.

Roo

10,420 posts

109 months

Thursday 1st November 2012
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Nickyboy said:
Theres a Crown Vic Black & White on AT at the mo
If that's a genuine P71 and carfax's ok that's a good value for money car.

croyde

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12,949 posts

132 months

Thursday 1st November 2012
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Does seem the first decent priced late-ish model one that I have seen in the classifieds.
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LuS1fer

32,139 posts

147 months

Thursday 1st November 2012
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Much though some may find them appealing, I don't, and you can buy a Cadillac CTS 3.6 Sport for that money which will be faster and handle better. Just a thought.

Roo

10,420 posts

109 months

Thursday 1st November 2012
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The idea and appeal of the Vic is that it isn't a 'Sport'. They really are extremely comfortable cruisers.

big_boz

1,677 posts

109 months

Thursday 15th November 2012
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I rented one for a week last year in Florida, did Miami airport to st petersburg and back along with some running about. Was ace I loved it. Lots of freeway and It was getting 26 miles to the us gallon.

I'm 32 so not exactly target market but I had a v8 stag on the west coast the 2 weeks before. Not sure I would want one in the UK but perfect in the States