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Last week I was in South GA visiting my grandparents. I had to drive them everywhere. It didn't bother me at all. Anyway, they own a 94 Crown Vic had it since new. 7yr old car with 60,000mi on it. That car flew, the drive was smooth. I know it's just not me saying that. One night I had the car valet parked. The guy brings it back to me saying " that car flys". The only thing I didn't like was the steering. To much power steering for me. Nice to drive a 302V8 5.0L that really is a 4.9L.

Maybe ya'll know the answer to this question ? How come Ford droped or stop saying LTD Crown Victoria ?
 

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The word LTD brings a image to my mind of some old big ugly 70's car. I am glad they dropped it.
 

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Tim they're still big. Oh come on ugly ????? They look pretty cool on Hawaii 50. j/k :D
 

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I remember the first time I test drove my car.... I had my brother with me.. I pulled on a side street and dropped it down... and when I looked down at the speedo I was doing 70! I was like Holy cow.... and I bought the car the next day!


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I thought it had a 5.0L aka302ci in it, I'm I wrong? I Thought 94 was the last year Ford used the 5.0. I looked at the engine and it didn't have two distributors, only one.
 

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The last year of a 302/5.0 in a CV was 1991. All CVs 1992 and later have a 4.6L (gas or CNG) engine in them. Which is not to say that someone could not have dropped a 302 in it at some time since it was built.
 
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