Surprisingly I don't have any in my archive except a few faux photoshops. I remember a time when I was trying to find pictures so I could have a section to the site about special E series vehicles - taxis, cop cars, V8 supercars and so on.
It would probably be hard to find EA-ED taxis, I'm pretty sure theres a saftey law with taxis saying they can't be more than 7 years old. So your pretty much only going to see some very late model EF's and EL's. In Launceston I've seen Camry's, Statesman's, LTD's even an AU XR8 taxi. 2006 should see the faze out of all E-Series Cabs :(
1992 Series II Falcon GLi
4.0i Auto Sedan, Cardinal Red
2.5' Sports Exhaust, Clear Indicators & Repeaters
15x7 "Titans", Tinted, Boss 14' Steering Wheel
Lowered, Chrome Stripping, Trip Computer
EL Door Handles, All Round Pioneer Sound
Sports Instrument Cluster, Super White Xenon Headlights
Up & Coming
New Front Bar (Wombat Damage)
ED Tickford Spoiler
No pics - but when I was back home in Geraldton last holidays I was in an EA Taxi which had done 1 million 400 thousand k's, it had been over the clock once and had done another 400 thousand on top of that :)
The driver said it was still on the original head, the original gearbox, original engine - suffice to say, even though I was magotted I couldn't believe it! the body was pretty knocked around, but other than that it looked like it was in decent condition.
Glock. I used to live in Launcestion and I have been in the AU xr8 and it is co-driven by a couple of drivers and this guy was telling me that it was a ex cop car before it became a taxi, it has a chip in it that allows it to rev free-er. It has 220kw standard probably around 235-240kw, we had him doing 180 up the southern outlet (a long steep hill section of a highway) and a doughnut u-turn on the tarmac...AWESOME STUFF to see a taxi do!
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