Streetside Classics-Dallas/Fort Worth
5400 Sandshell Dr
Fort Worth, TX
Fort Worth, TX
This 2011 Ford Crown Victoria P7B is a true former police car inside and out, and you know it\'s hard to beat the appeal of a Ford with fortified fuel-injected V8 power. So this is a great way to bring a bit of added fun to an affordable modern classic.
Of course, a Crown Victoria done in black and white is going to immediately make you think of a police cruiser. But they took the time to get the details quite right. The more recent application of white paint looks good. It\'s not too fancy, but it really pops against the darkness of the blackout grille, blackout rear panel, door handles, tinted windows, and wheels. And the good body panels, complete badging, and clear headlights make this one look like it\'s still on duty. And that\'s the heart of the appeal on this one. It is a former cop car by VIN, but the right touches of care inside and out make this police cruiser a true anywhere/anytime cruiser.
The interior has a bright and comfortable style with some added distinction for the signs of where the police equipment was once mounted. The driver\'s seat does show some use, but that\'s expected in a car like this because it was built to be driven. That\'s why a police version comes with comfort features you don\'t find in many other Crown Victorias, like front bucket seats, room for a cup holder center console, and power-adjustable pedals. In fact, you\'ll appreciate the long list of amanitas, like cold-blowing air conditioning, power windows, power locks, a rear defogger, a tilt steering column, dual airbags, ABS, and an upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo with Bluetooth. While it\'s unknown if this is the original configuration, you can tell that today this was not built to keep perps in the rear. The back seat is just as comfortable as the front with nice cloth inserts and proper shoulder belts. There is no divider, and so you passengers can take full advantage of the Crown Vic\'s full-size legroom.
Under the hood is Ford\'s 4.6-liter modular V8. Yes, this is the fuel-injected unit that\'s related to the one you love in the Mustang. So not only does it provide plenty of power from stock, but also you can easily add upgrades to this hardy motor if you so desire. It fires up nicely and runs smooth, just like you want an FI machine to be. And the four-speed automatic transmission gives you overdrive comfort. Features like power steering, sway bars front & rear, and four-wheel power disc brakes make this quite confident on the road. Plus, the Innovative Performance chip and muffler delete give this one a better power and growl in case your ex-cop car needs to still be an intimidator.
This was the final year for the Crown Victoria Police Interceptor. So now is your chance to get your hands on one of the most complete and youngest examples of a justice icon. Call today!!!
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