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P71Ford’s 1990 Ford LTD Crown Victoria

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P71Ford’s 1990 Ford LTD Crown Victoria
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  • Nov 13, 2013

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Another P71Ford 1990 Ford LTD Crown Victoria post...
  • Nov 13, 2013

Page One: Introduction & UpdatesPage Two: ExteriorPage Three: InteriorPage Four: Current Modifications and Future PlansPage Five: The StoryPage Six: Other Cars ... more

Another P71Ford 1990 Ford LTD Crown Victoria post...
  • Nov 13, 2013

Page One: Introduction & UpdatesPage Two: ExteriorPage Three: InteriorPage Four: Current Modifications and Future PlansPage Five: The StoryPage Six: Other Cars ... more

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Another P71Ford 1990 Ford LTD Crown Victoria post...
  • Nov 13, 2013

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  • HP
    200
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  • Weight
    3800
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  • Torque
    -1
  • Top Speed
    123 mph
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Comments (34)
  • MrLandYacht
    ooh..very nice Vic! i like the racoon eyes and black grille. very kool! I even like your Cobra emblem on the dash.
  • Tiggie
    Nice to hear from you again. I'm busy working all the time and haven't had much time for updating my site. So no more performance upgrades? I'm gonna have to put my new engine off until next year due to budget concerns. A/C is definitly nice, I fixed mine last year and haven't regretted it since. Did you convert to R134a or are you still using R12? No rust is always a good thing. My wagon is eaten up I discovered after I poked my finger through the rocker panel. Oh well. Speaking of the wagon, I am gearing up to paint it. I have some fire truck red, but only a gallon of it. How much paint did your car take?
  • Tiggie
    So how did Carlisle go? Find any goodies? In news with my car, I almost bought a Motorcraft 2150 2-bbl on eBay but I was outbid. A few of them had the lever for the AOD linkage, making it a direct replacement for a VV. They came on a lot of the '80-'82 T-Birds, which not all had AOD's (or even V8's). I also nabbed a NOS grille for the '82. It's oober nice. Now if I could find a dash and a steering wheel, I'd be sitting pretty nice for a good resto. I also decided to strip the top and paint only part of the car. That way I can decide if I like the car all brown or not.
  • olathesouth1
    What's up mang? Good to see you join us at GMN. You have a great looking car, the wheels and paintjob really make the car stand out.
  • Tiggie
    I've had the same thoughts about a big block. I have a '71 429 waiting in the wings for something, although I haven't figured out what yet. A First-Gen Ranger with a big block would be nice! I've considered putting it in my LTD. I remember a small article in Hot Rod several years ago with a source for motor mounts. As much as I have tried (A LOT) I can't find the article to save my soul. A couple guys on CVN have 385-Series big blocks in their Boxes. They've all had their problems with them and they don't perform to expectations, but I guess bugs are to be expected when you are dealing with that much fabrication. I think most of the mounting had to be custom made and the headers were a pain (stock manifolds fit fine, though). There was actually a big block Box on eBay a couple weeks ago, check out the thread on it here: http://www.grandmarq.net/vb/showthread.php?t=15100 With all the fab and extra weight, I'd say stick with the 351W. Stroker cranks are nice things :)
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