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1990 Ford LTD Crown Victoria LX Wagon 4-Door 5.0L

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  • Condition: Used
  • Item location: Wellborn, Florida, United States
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Crown Victoria
  • Type: Wagon
  • Trim: LX Wagon 4-Door
  • Year: 1990
  • VIN: 2facp76f8lx145442
  • Color: Tan
  • Engine size: 5.0L 302Cu. In. V8 GAS OHV Naturally Aspirated
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Power options: Air Conditioning, Power Locks, Power Windows
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Tan
  • Safety options: Driver Airbag
  • Vehicle Title: Clear

Ford Crown Victoria 1990 Description

Up for sale is my 1990 Ford Crown Victoria. This is a great station wagon that always starts and is dependable. It has always been a Florida car 100% of it's life. There is no exterior rust and no bondo. There is a few dents but just minor. Has become quite the conversation piece when I pull to gas stations in town such as "hey nice grocery getter" or "we had a station wagon just like that when growing up". This wagon has recent all 4 goodyear tires and recently I had the gas tank/sending unit, water pump and brakes replaced. (cost over $1000 for these repairs)Oil was changed500 miles ago.The Air condition is currently working as well as the original am/fm stock radio. It has no oil leaks and no antifreeze leaks. All the exterior and interior lights work and there is no cracked glass. Headliner is not dirty and torn up but a couple nicks in the rear. The back seat interior is like new and the front split front seat on the drivers side has a few tears. The dash is very nice and steering wheel in great shape/horn works. The exhaust from catalytic converter back was replaced about 6 months ago(I have receipts for all repairs) The transmission shifts without any problems and the engine purrs without any odd engine sounds. Another recent repair was all spark plugs and wires were replaced. The car is all stock just like it came new with original jack and full size spare included.

There is some cracking in the paint a few dents as pictured and a small crease in the rear passenger door. The power window on the driver's side works but the others are kinda slow going up and down. The rear window was working but I don't have the key for the back door. I cannot find the key that locks the door and will be sold without it. The speedometer works but the odometer does not so I do not know how many actual miles.

I bought the car from the original owner so overall this car has not been kicked around and the former owner told me he kept up with oil changes.

I would not be afraid to drive this car anywhere after all the repairs I have recently had done. If you want it shipped I will help you find a shipper--usually about .75 cents per mile I have found.

With a bit of dent fixing this car would be a nice car to drive to your local car show. Google 'station wagon clubs' and you will find several clubs of station wagon clubs. I love station wagons because they are a piece of Americana when baby boomers needed a vehicle for large families--my father had an old chevy wagon he use to cart all nine of us children around town and on weekend trips. So with a bit of elbow grease and ingenuity this station wagon could be brought back to a real cool wagon. Maybe some cragar wheels. would hop it up.

This station wagon is not a junker and I have put some good money toward keeping it on the road and would just like to recoup some of my investment. It rides smoothly and the V8 engine has great pick up and idleswithout any problems. You may call me for any other questions. 386-292-5617 but please after 11am. Thanks for looking and possibly bidding

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