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2003 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor Found in a Junkyard

2003 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor Found in a Junkyard


The Crown Victoria Police Interceptor was the last V8-powered, rear-wheel drive police sedans created for the 1992 through 2011 model years which still serves its purpose for taxis and police cars these days. Given the moniker of P71, it used to be rampant on the streets and the junk yards, but now their numbers have been very little. This is why this 2003 model is a real gem.


Most police departments remove any marks from service before putting the car on auction, but the CITY OF LONE TREE branding can still be seen on this particular automobile.


It's very rare to see a P71 with an odometer that shows below 200,000 miles, considering how this model is very durable, reliable, and road-ready.


While it isn’t particularly speedy, its resilience and dependability is its biggest asset. Big fluid coolers on everything from power steering to transmission mean you can leave one parked in a hot day with the A/C going and it will still be okay.


Most of these vehicles host the classic AM/FM radio in the dashboard. This one has antenna holes, spotlights, and cop-car upholstery, plus everything you will ever see in a cop car.