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    my 04 ford crown vic police interceptor

    welp heres the pictures i promised you all washed & waxed detailed it was the captains car of greenwich connecticut police department he certainly took care of it welp what do you think? oh it has the street appearance package thats why the nameplate says crown victoria instead of police interceptor it was a unmarked car.
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    Nice Ride!
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    Very nice john. If you hadn't done such a good job cleaning it up, I'd bet you could sit at any popular speed trap spot & watch traffic slow dramatically.
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    spud everytime i come up on the side of someone or im in back of them people get nervous
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    John I had a slightly older Vic that was not an "interceptor" ride, but was still a VERY good car. Gave it to my brother-in-law when I bought a Ford Explorer, he needed it more than I needed the trade-in money! He put another 7 solid years on it, hard to beat.
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    very comfy ride & ice cold a/c oh i put new tires on my car all 4 $710.00 high performance tires goodyear eagle gt
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    I always wonder how much those old police car cost and what is usually the mileage at the time they give them up

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    loic usually around 90,000 miles or 100,000 miles but these cars run forever. on this car no idling hours or high speed pursuits because i called greenwich,ct police myself & they transfered me to the fleet department. they told me the captain only used it for driving back & forth to work. oh they were asking $7000.00 for it i paid $5,600.00 for it. it had 104,000 on it when i got it now it has 123,300 on it. lol but i have more money into it than that but its worth it its always dealer serviced i dont trust anyone else. and i bought this car in 2010 only used to drive back & forth to work gas mileage city 17mpg highway 23mpg
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    That's a good deal for sure. Both, my jeep and my Tahoe I bought used for 5k, the jeep as 167 k miles and the Tahoe 155 k miles and still running great.

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    thanx loic the head mechanic at the dealer told me they go up to 300,000 miles if maintained. he told me also he said the way i take care of it it will last a long time
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