Ford 1991 Ford Crown Vic

Published on January 25th, 2012 | by BajaBusta

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1991 Ford Crown Victoria & Mercury Grand Marquis Test Drive

 

Body on frame full size American cars are all but dead, and as seen in 1991, this was the beginning of the end. Both GM and Ford redesigned their big cars for 1991 and 1992 respectively, both bringing new tech to an old idea, GM brought styling, Ford brought its first use of the modular OHC engine. This basic design is far more accepted by fleet, and municipal services, while the retail buyer of them fell off quickly, GM first after 1996, while Ford held on full twenty years on this platform. Fords original LTD, and Mercury’s Marquis show how far, OR little this enigma changed.



 

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3 Responses to 1991 Ford Crown Victoria & Mercury Grand Marquis Test Drive

  1. JEFF ROBERTSON says:

    VERY RARE LUXURY CAR OF 1992 FORD CROWN VIC AND MERCURY GRAND MARQUIS SINCE DISCOUNTED OF LTD SADEN ,COUNTRY SQUIRE AND COLONY PARK STATION WAGON BACK IN ’91

  2. Niclas says:

    Got a -93 210K+miles Vic as a daily driver. I´ve had it for like 3 years now and I must say it´s the most reliable car I´ve ever had!
    Comfy, roomy (especially the trunk) and cheap to maintain. Over here in Sweden people laugh at me driving this big boat. But it´s pretty economical to operate even if the gas prices here are like three times the level US motorists complains about……
    Would like to get my hands on a nice -92 Touring Sedan…..

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