1992 Ford Crown Victoria Touring Sedan P75
- Condition: Used
- Make: Ford
- Model: Crown Victoria
- Year: 1992
- Mileage: 54,263
- VIN: 2FALP75W5NX209716
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1992 Ford Crown Victoria
This is a 1992 CrownVictoria Touring sedan with the P75 package. This is all original with just 54,263 original miles. It was in the personal collection of a local gentleman who had many cars and did not drive them much at all. This one has been sitting in a garage formany years andruns great, transmission shifts nice. Because it has sat for so long it does need new tires and whatever else is associated with a car sitting for awhile (belts hoses etc). It does have a new fuel tank and pump. Also has a new master cylinder. The brake light and ABS light on the dash are lit up so the brakes will need some attention. ( master cylinder may not have been bled properly?) Power window, power mirrors, power antenna, power seat all work well as does the radio. A/C could use a charge. Very nice clean original body with nice paint (few chips and door dings)and interior. (see photo of drivers seat for some wear). This model is rare and getting harder to find. Great for the collector.
407-619-4292 $500.00 non -refundable deposit due at auctions end. Balance by wire transfer or cash upon pick up. Buyer is responsible for shipping costs. I can assist with loading and I am close to the major highways with easy access for the big rigs. The caris stored in my garage. See my completed listing for 1987 Lincoln which was also from the same collection of cars as this Crown Victoria.
Here is an article I foundhighlighting some of theinformation about the P75 package. ( Sounds like he knows what he is talking about).
"1992 Ford Crown Victoria Touring Sedan (P75) This is truly a unique and eclectic car. In fact these are so rare, I did not even know they existed until I did some homework on the models. Most people, like myself, that are fans of the Crown Victoria know of the P71 (Police Car), and the other “P” designations of the many base and enhanced models of Crown Victorias. For only one year in 1992, these few limited production cars were built as the Crown Victoria Touring Sedan under the P75 VIN Designation. 1992 is also the first year of the newer crown vic with the 4.6 engine that is carried on even today. I am assuming due to the 30% extra price over base and the fact these were more “performance” type cars than the general Crown Vic crowd attracted, the orders were not many thus it was only made one year. I would say this was really the first version of what Chevy did with the Impala SS. I would also say that the total productions of these Touring Sedans are about a % of the Impala SS too. I really have not been able to find out how many of these were actually made. If you know, please chime in!
What this car is, is a essentially a P71 with every available option known to the Ford Lineup designated under the one time used P75 VIN ID. Later Crown Vic’s would see things like the HPP package, sport package and special ordered version of the car per unit, but not to this loaded out level as a “Touring Sedan” package like the P75. The Touring Sedan has the suspension of the P71 with the higher rate springs, larger sway bars, quicker ratio steering, etc plus all the luxury items found on a loaded out Town Car. The Touring Sedan also boasts the 3.27 rear gear ratio with limited slip, 4 wheel disk brakes, dual exhaust higher performance engine (210HP), heavy duty cooling, power steering cooling, extra transmission cooling, gauges, larger wheels and performance tires, ABS, Traction, etc. Its performance was rated at over a full second faster than a base Crown Vic and had a top speed said to hit in the 130s. (same as P71) Of course things like power windows, power seats with recliners and lumbar, power mirrors, power antenna, Ford JBL system with trunk mount subwoofer!, Door keypad system, special “Touring Sedan” floor mats and more were on this car. The car is identifiable by the “Touring Sedan” badges on the front quarter panels, the larger wheels, the lower stance, and the "touring" body molding. The door panels and leather seats are also special to the Touring Sedan along with the dark wood trim inside. I do not believe there is an option available that is not on this car. It has it all. I also believe that all touring sedans are a two tone color combination with the slate color at bottom."