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UER Forum > UE Main > I'm Parked in Front- Pt.II (Viewed 71305 times)
Stealthy666 


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Re: I'm Parked in Front- Pt.II
< Reply # 200 on 8/31/2015 9:00 PM >
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That's the best car for exploring, also everyone around you thinks your a cop while your driving it.


Oh trust me,I get a lot of respect on the highway..even when it's parked people look twice and slow down,I removed the center caps.switching out the rims eventually




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Stealthy666 


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Re: I'm Parked in Front- Pt.II
< Reply # 201 on 8/31/2015 9:01 PM >
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One of the stops on our recent Catskills trip. A extremely helpful waitress at the diner in town gave us very good directions to get here. These buildings still had power, signs for alarms and the neighbors across the street were eyeballing us as soon as we pulled in. Many of these buildings are now used as houses. We walked around, took some exterior pics and continued on our way.


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< Reply # 202 on 9/1/2015 5:23 PM >
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Thanks! I wanted a Regal GS for a few years after I drove one that belonged to a friend of mine. Finally found this one for a good price in April of last year. Has been a excellent daily driver ever since.




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Re: I'm Parked in Front- Pt.II
< Reply # 203 on 9/1/2015 5:29 PM >
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Parked in an empty parking of a vacant s.s.i building,I've saw people parked there before,it's a mix use parking lot now since they can't seem to sell the building,and no this is not an ex police car,it's just the base 1998 model year crown vic

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Ironically me and my friend were just discussing yesterday how great it would be to have ex cop car to take exploring. Park it right out front and nobody would think twice. A white pickup with a work light would do well also.




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Re: I'm Parked in Front- Pt.II
< Reply # 204 on 9/1/2015 5:35 PM >
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Ironically me and my friend were just discussing yesterday how great it would be to have ex cop car to take exploring. Park it right out front and nobody would think twice. A white pickup with a work light would do well also.


Ironic and ironically enough,a year or so ago I was looking at buying a 99 buick regal GS




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< Reply # 205 on 9/1/2015 7:16 PM >
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Ironic and ironically enough,a year or so ago I was looking at buying a 99 buick regal GS


They are good cars. Intake gaskets being the only engine weak point. Engine will outlast the transmission and the body of the car if you live in a state that uses road salt. The rockers on mine are starting to go, luckily its not visible unless the car is on a lift.




Stealthy666 


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Re: I'm Parked in Front- Pt.II
< Reply # 206 on 9/1/2015 7:20 PM >
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They are good cars. Intake gaskets being the only engine weak point. Engine will outlast the transmission and the body of the car if you live in a state that uses road salt. The rockers on mine are starting to go, luckily its not visible unless the car is on a lift.


The bodies and undercarriage tend to rot to hell in a hand basket quicker in this state(northern Midwestern state surrounded by water) than where I'm originally from(Up an hour away from Montreal)




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< Reply # 207 on 9/1/2015 8:36 PM >
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I've been enjoying mine quite a bit 1.







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Stealthy666 


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< Reply # 208 on 9/1/2015 9:33 PM >
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Nice,I'd keep it that way just swap out the rims for these and tint the rear windows a bit and some decals on the smallest rear side windows,but again that's just my opinion ;)

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< Reply # 209 on 9/2/2015 2:12 AM >
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Aftermarket rims are the best way to ruin an otherwise official looking Crown Vic.

Just my 2 cents.





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< Reply # 210 on 9/2/2015 5:49 PM >
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Nice,I'd keep it that way just swap out the rims for these and tint the rear windows a bit and some decals on the smallest rear side windows,but again that's just my opinion ;)

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Good lookin wheels man, but personally I'm going to maintain the "cop" look lol.




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< Reply # 211 on 9/4/2015 11:36 PM >
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Not a great photo (had to park on a busy street) but in the background is what's left of where this lump was built!




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Excuse me for parking on your yard while I explore your mines.





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My modest little mode of transportation. It's slower for getting around, but easily concealable and give you an excuse if someone walks up (Oh, my chain came loose).





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My modest little mode of transportation. It's slower for getting around, but easily concealable and give you an excuse if someone walks up (Oh, my chain came loose).

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Have you been in there ?




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One of the houses that still sits abandoned in Lehigh Acres, FL






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< Reply # 219 on 10/9/2015 7:28 PM >
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Have you been in there ?


No. Finally got around to getting there the other day, but they've got signs all over the place about security.




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