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Panther Enthusiast by accident
06-11-2017, 01:07 AM
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Panther Enthusiast by accident
Grew up riding in and working on Crown Vics, not that i wasnt a hoodlum and never spent any time in the back of a CVPI, my dad is retire LEO from smaller town where he had to maintain his own cruiser. Fast forward through 20+ years of Chevy rebellion, one mustang and a couple of f-series work trucks and now i have mutiple MGMs and looking to add a newer CVPI to the inventory... what can i say in a world full of tiny shoe box battery powered go-karts Im a big guy who likes big cars with big motors.

Post pics when able 98 is fugly at the moment guy in an 08 explorer made illegal uturn in front on me on HWY10 one morning and i slid under the rear bumper missed both airbag sensors buckled the core support and folded the hood up, she's bruised but drove her home keeping the fires stoked until i can put a new front clip and possibly heads, intake and pipes maybe throw in a few extra ponies for a pre-marauder marauder. Spent my insurance check paying cash for an 03 LS leather loaded still daily driver would like to add exhaust maybe few bolt on mods but not untill i get the patience to pull the friggen dash and change out a bust damper motor( gawd i hate those things)
Kilo Whiskey Alpha

'98 MGM GS 113k all original save spring assist kyb front and back (Wrecked 10/16 waiting project funds for Marauder'ish rebuild)
'03 MGM LS 141k auto everything and yes the d@^N damper motor is broke (upgraded after wreck, aint insurance great!)
'03 Honda Odyssey 241K indestructible kid hauler extraordinaire

Pics coming
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06-11-2017, 01:16 AM
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RE: Panther Enthusiast by accident
Welcome, I always wanted a cvpi myself and when I needed a replacement daily this past December I picked one up. Love every minute of it. Wish I had done so sooner

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86 Caprice coupe -Sold
01 Cavalier turbo-pushrod motor 261whp 306 wtq-Traded for dakota w/no motor
04 Cavalier Supercharged 249whp/227wtq -SOLD
95 Dakota cam'd bolt on's 360 swapped locker/Caltracs
06 p71 Mo's Speed Shop tune, ss braided brake lines so far....
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06-11-2017, 01:37 AM
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RE: Panther Enthusiast by accident
Welcome! The feeling is mutual for these big panthers.
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2006 Light Ice Blue P71 - Jmod, Whelen PAR 46 LED Floodlight, Wig Wags, Strobe Lights, 158K, Otherwise Stock
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06-11-2017, 09:38 AM
Post: #4
RE: Panther Enthusiast by accident
Welcome to the forum!
2011 P7B CVPI
1994 Land Rover Defender90
1967 Triumph TR4A

Panther, Ford, Crown Victoria, Mercury, Grand Marquis, Marauder, Lincoln, Town Car, Police Interceptor, P71, CVPI, LX Sport, LX, LS, GS, Signature, Limited
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06-11-2017, 10:41 AM
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RE: Panther Enthusiast by accident
Welcome from Indianapolis.......
2004 CVLX Dark Blue Pearl, 29,000 mile garage queen, 100% Showroom
ADTR zip tube, K&N drop-in, Mach1 chin spoiler, Addco's, Dual exhaust-H pipe & Walker s/s, 20% tint all around, Pro-Gard bumper tuck, KYB gas-a-just shocks, Heinous c/a, s/s brake lines, 18x8 AR908 pvd wheels, 255-45-18 Sumitomos, beach towel seat cover, OEM splash guards

2004 CVLX: Perfect, 29k
2000 Buick Park Ave, 109k
1998 BMW k1200rs, 16k
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06-11-2017, 11:59 AM
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RE: Panther Enthusiast by accident
It is a shame that Ford doesn't put big CI motors in the CVPIs. A computer tuned 390 sure would be nice. Welcome to the forum and enjoy your stay with us.
Love many, trust few and always paddle your own canoe.
2x2004 P71s. One black (Spook) 145,000 and one white (Cracker)104,500
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06-12-2017, 01:55 AM
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Welcome
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06-12-2017, 04:19 AM
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RE: Panther Enthusiast by accident
Welcome to PBB
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86' Coupe "DaBox"
Panther, Ford, Crown Victoria, Mercury, Grand Marquis, Marauder, Lincoln, Town Car, Police Interceptor, P71, CVPI, LX Sport, LX, LS, GS, Signature, Limited, 4.6L, modular, wheels, jmod, nittos, headers, exhaust, lowering, manual, 4r70w, 5.0, 5.4, mustang, sohc, dohc
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06-12-2017, 02:59 PM
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RE: Panther Enthusiast by accident
Welcome to the PBB family!
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2000 Crown Victoria LX - Performance Improved (PI) Head/Cam/Intake Swap, 3.55 Trac Lok, Addco Swaybars, J-Mod, Dual Flowmaster 40's w/ H Pipe, K&N Cold Air Intake, Bilstein HD shocks, Green Tree Air Freshenerâ„¢

~75k miles

Panther, Ford, Crown Victoria, Mercury, Grand Marquis, Marauder, Lincoln, Town Car, Police Interceptor, P71, CVPI, LX Sport, LX, LS, GS, Signature, Limited
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