Question about 1996 Ford Crown Victoria
I just acquired a 96 Crown Victoria as a project car. Unfortunately it's not a CVPI, just a good old granny car with relatively low miles. I has a blown head gasket and I'm in the process of getting the engine apart to replace it. I would just like to know while I have it apart if there's anything I can do to bring it up to CVPI standard while it's easier to work on.
Explain what CVPI stands for a start.
Posted on Jul 16, 2013
Testimonial: "Sorry, I'm a newbie to the world of crown vics. CVPI is what I've understood to be the known short term for Crown Victoria Police Interceptor."
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