And oh, what details those are. Starting with the 16-valve 4.6-liter modular V8, the seller added a Precision T4-style turbo, intercooler, three-inch ducting, and head work. Through a fortified AOD 4-speed automatic with 3,000-RPM stall, at least 500 horsepower spins the rear wheels via limited-slip differential with 3:73.1 gear ratios. The full gamut of suspension upgrades are here too, to ensure control if not outright canyon carving.
Because everything else is left alone, this highway cruiser compromises nothing. Air conditioning and power steering are retained, as are the stock appearance inside and out (minus the wheels). That means six seats and a trunk that would make a mafia hitman weep. You can go anywhere in this thing, because if decades of use in the police force have taught us anything, nothing can stop a Crown Vic. And now, few can keep up with one.
PhiLOL actually likes the tuna here, but abhors structural rust. Save the manuals.