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2000 Ford Crown Victoria (police Interceptor) on 2040-cars

Year:2000 Mileage:235940 Color: Black /
 Gray
Location:

Houston, Texas, United States

Houston, Texas, United States
Transmission:4.6 liters
Engine:V8
Body Type:Sedan
Vehicle Title:Clear
VIN: 2fafp71wxyx214756 Year: 2000
Exterior Color: Black
Make: Ford
Interior Color: Gray
Model: Crown Victoria
Number of Cylinders: 8
Trim: 4 door
Drive Type: Automatic
Mileage: 235,940
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Sub Model: Police Interceptor
Condition: UsedA vehicle is considered used if it has been registered and issued a title. Used vehicles have had at least one previous owner. The condition of the exterior, interior and engine can vary depending on the vehicle's history. See the seller's listing for full details and description of any imperfections.Seller Notes:"Slightly used, no major damage on the car. CV joints and one catalac convertor need to be replaced. Steering fluid hoes leek needs to be fixed. Motor and transmission are in good condition."

Slightly used, no major damage on the car. CV joints and one catalac convertor need to be replaced. Steering fluid hoes leek needs to be fixed. Motor and transmission are in good condition. Preferred Pick Up only unless you are willing to pay for shipping. 

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1947 Chevy rat rod pickup leaves rubber and smoke in its wake

Thu, 08 May 2014 20:00:00 EST

Cool comes in multiple flavors. One one hand, we have the sophisticated attraction of svelte design and the efficient use of power. Of course, on the other hand there is the allure of being the bad boy and going against the grain. That is part of the appeal of rat rods. Ideally, they are built without rules to an owner's specific tastes, and this widened and heavily modified 1947 Chevrolet pickup rod is a perfect example of that spirit.
Coming down the highway with a bent grille, rusted body and pouring smoke, it looks like the pickup from hell. It backs up the looks with some very impressive mechanicals too. Owner Troy Gubser says that the truck packs a Ford Power Stroke diesel with to 42 pounds of boost that runs out of 8-inch exhaust stacks at the back. He claims it managed 505 horsepower and 885 pound-feet of torque on the dyno. To harness all that power, this hot rod has a ZF five-speed manual gearbox with a ceramic clutch and short-throw shifter. Plus, it has cool little features like a doorbell on the tailgate that operates an air horn.
You might not expect a truck like this to actually be useful, but it has a fifth wheel coupling to haul an RV around drag races and car shows. The air suspension also probably keeps the ride fairly comfy when Gubser wants it to be. Scroll down to check out this beastly rat rod pickup and watch it engage in some diesel drag racing. Warning, there is some NSFW language.

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Every pickup truck commercial has the brand trying to convince us that its model is the biggest, brawniest vehicle on the block. But Ford and Ram appear ready to really throw down the gauntlet and scrap over the towing figures for their heavy-duty models, and it could potentially end up in court.
The issue revolves around what it means to be best in class. Ford claims that its 2015 F-450 (pictured above) has a max tow rating of 31,200 pounds, compared to 30,000 pounds for the Ram 3500 (right). However, both companies market these heavy haulers as having the top towing in their class. According to Automotive News, Ford is threatening legal action if Ram doesn't back down.
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