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    Working with half my brain tied behind my back just to make it fair Nathan in MI's Avatar
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    Default Jelybean's Ford Crown Victoria

    Donna IMed me this morning and sent me some pictures of a Crown Vic she's intending to buy for herself. Since she's no longer a member here, she asked if I would post them for her, and naturally I obliged.

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    looks like it needs alot of cleaning up, but should be nice

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    Ooo base model!

    Man, that's been sittin for a looooong time by the looks of things. Gonna need a shitload of work.
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    I'd like the black Camaro in the backround of the 4th pic.

    Looks amazingly like my old 88, same color, vinyl color/condition, wheel covers, interior, etc. The paint on mine was a little better, especially on the hood. That brings back old memories, such good times cruising in that old boat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boXman View Post
    Ooo base model!

    Man, that's been sittin for a looooong time by the looks of things. Gonna need a shitload of work.
    A base model with power windows and locks? And a digital clock? And a cassette player? And a vinyl top? And granny trim?

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    Mine had all that stuff, but it wasn't an LX. At least it did'nt have an LX badge on it and it didn't fall off. Maybe it's just an optioned out base model like mine was.

    Too bad the first owner of my car couldn't fork over a few extra bucks for the towing package.

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    Looks like a good project.

    Hmmm I bet some fuel system work is needed.

    It's an optioned P73 (base civilian model). So everyone would be right saying it is a base model or saying it has options.

    What is the color code on the door!
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    not bad

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    looks decent needs cleaning

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    Yea...My base model was ordered with a vinyl top, granny trim and a digital clock. Also autolamps and a cassette player.
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    Quote Originally Posted by boXman View Post
    Ooo base model!

    Man, that's been sittin for a looooong time by the looks of things. Gonna need a shitload of work.
    Ditto base model goodies!!!!
    Needs a good deep clean though for how much?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 85crownHPP* View Post
    what makes it a base model??
    The fact that it isn't an LX.
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    me and jim are going to work on the car this weekend, I'll keep you update on how she is doing, and take more pics.. Thanks for your support
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiggie View Post
    The fact that it isn't an LX.


    the 91 is an LX

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    i was happy Donna found this car. it will give her something to werk on and share in the panther community. it should be an interesting project.

    first off, the car needs a battery, and gone over for the trip home. it either had the fuel pump go bad or the fuel pump relay. nuthing that cant be fixed. i have worked on these gas tanks enough i should fly thru it. it did start briefly and while it ran for the time it did, it sounded smooth with no knock in it. the car is located 5-5 1/2 hours from home so when we get down there again to werk on it we will check the paint code and i am curious on the axle code. i have a list of things i wanna check and a separate list of stuff i wanna replace to make it safe.
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    Wow, driving a car home almost 6 hours? Being yur toolbox, mang. I bet the gas tank is slimey.
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    i drove to Chicago which is 7 hours one way to get my tudor. didnt take any tools...but this will be made road werthy and most kinks werked out to at least get it home for the rest of the werk
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