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2004 Ford Crown Victoria P71 Sedan 4door 4.6l Lights Siren Radios Free Delivery! on 2040-cars

US $8,500.00
Year:2004 Mileage:191478 Color: Other
Location:

Valley Center, California, United States

Valley Center, California, United States

This car has a bunch of equipment and is turn key and ready to work. It should be purchased by someone who needs red flashing lights without red lenses. I have only put 4k miles on it and will be taking a loss. This has features including Cruise, Power Driver's seat and Carpeted floor. Has Clean Oklahoma Title and Includes free delivery to Wichita, KS Batesville, AR New York, NY San Antonio, TX  Oklahoma City, OK Columbus, OH or Bozeman, MT

It's loaded with options and includes the 3.27 rear axle ratio mated to a 4.6L V8, along with the rare color of Spruce Green Metallic. This car has a squeaky clean Carfax and it can be provided at request. The Carfax report has absolutely no issues and is listed at the correct number of owners and mileage. This car is accident and problem free, period. This car was born at the St. Thomas, Canada Crown Vic plant and was then purchased by Shawnee County Sheriff's Department in Topeka, Kansas on 5/26/2004. The Sheriff's Office used the car on rural patrol until about 50,000 miles and then it was purchased by Montgomery County Sheriff's Office in Independence, Kansas where it stayed until I purchased the vehicle. Montgomery County sold the car to a nearby dealer of police interceptors in Vinita, Oklahoma and this is where I purchased the car. It then had approximately 165,000 miles. The paint and interior is in excellent condition. The front end components on this car are in excellent condition and the way it drives speaks for itself. You can definitely tell this car came from the flat lands. The tie rods don't pop and no front end noise can be heard, and you can let go of the steering wheel and she will drive in a straight line. There is no rust on this vehicle nor has it ever been wrecked. The officers that had this car assigned to them obviously pampered it. I also have pampered this car, I have changed the oil every 3,000 miles and had the car regularly serviced at every interval. I can assure you the car was on a regular fleet service before my ownership so it's never missed a service check. I have put approximately 17,000 miles on this car in rural Cannon County, Tennessee to use for responding to calls on the local fire department. The car was also used for an occasional weekend drive. Since my purchase I have installed a brand new A/C system last year that blows super cold, new high performance brakes last summer, new belts, and I also have had a brand new set of speed rated tires installed this week for the new owner. Receipt will be provided. This car runs, drives and looks great. The engine does not have any odd noises, does not leak, and the transmission shifts strong. The agencies before my ownership stated they used synthetic fluid in the transmission. This car has rare options that are hard to find in a used police car. It has power and heated mirrors, side airbags, cruise control, power seats with lumbar, Ford factory keyless entry with alarm, full carpet and a full cloth rear seat. The interior is in great condition for the year. The paint shines and is not dull and full of dents and scratches typical of a used police car. The only places worth mentioning on the paint is one scratch on the rear fender and two small dents that won't show up with the camera. The interior is free of rips and tears and the seats look good. When I purchased this car it had all of the equipment removed minus the push bumper and the spotlight. I have since re-installed my own equipment which will be included with the car. Below I will list the equipment:

(2) Whelen TIR3's in RR on front license plate

(2) Axitech surface mount LED'S behind the grille in RR and WW

(1) Grille mounted 100 watt Sho-Me siren model 30.0210

(1) Axitech visor mounted lightbar in RRRR RRRR

(2) Side rear window mounted HawkII LED's in RW

(1) Rear window mounted Whelen Slimlighter in RR RR

(1) Rear deck mounted Star Signal light bar in RRRR RRRR

Strobes mounted in corner lenses in front, rear tail lights and rear reverse lights, powered by two separate strobe packs one in front and one in rear

(1) Amity spotlight

tinted windows

(1) Pro-Gard front push bumper

(1) Whelen siren amplifier capable of powering two 100 watt speakers

(1) Star Signal multi-function switch box

(1) Kenwood TK-780h VHF 45 watt mobile radio, 250 channels, dot matrix display mounted to 1/4 wave antenna

Information on mobile radios: (programmable via laptop)

 (1) Kenwood TK-880h UHF 40 watt mobile radio, 250 channels, dot matrix display mounted to 1/4 wave antenna

(1) Radio Shack 1,000 channel scanner mounted to center-loaded multi-band antenna

(1) Havis Shields center console

(1) Federal signal multi-pattern headlight flasher

TO CLARIFY QUESTIONS ABOUT DRIVEABILITY, THIS CAR DRIVES LIKE NEW..NO RATTLES,SQUEAKS, NOTHING!...ALSO BRAND NEW SET OF TIGER PAW TIRES INSTALLED WITH LESS THAN 150 MILES ON THEM!!!

VIN: 2FAHP71W64X170368
Mileage: 191,478 miles
Title: Clear
For sale by: Private seller
Features
Body type: Sedan Engine: 8 - Cyl. Cylinder Exterior color: Other
Transmission: Automatic Fuel type: Gasoline Interior color: Brown

Will sell radios, visor lights, scanner or console separately. I also just installed a 2" receiver hitch which has never been used.

No lights light up blue. This is ideal for a fire fighter, first responder or ambulance support. 

Here is a video on youtube that shows the flashing lights
http://youtu.be/8WKLoTg7upE

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