My 2004 Crown Victoria Police Interceptor transformation into a Marauder clone.
My 2004 Crown Victoria Police Interceptor transformation into a Marauder clone. Bought from Texas Department of Public Safety in January 2008. The front clip was not changed out to the Marauder as these parts are very expensive. The header is about $250, front bumper is $400, headlights $100 and grille about $125. Then the rear bumper is $500 from the dealer to complete the whole look. Even junk yards wanted near retail for body parts. So I just added the Marauder corners and smoked headlights. Cheaper and still looks good and the average person has no clue the differences.
2006 Crown Vic Police Interceptor
Rear view of local sheriff's office CVPI with a Whelen Liberty bar, Whelen Talon kit around the third brake light, and Whelen strobes in the tail lights, back-up lights, and the rear window.
2005 Ford Police Interceptor - Dark Gray
2005 Ford Police Interceptor sold, reconditioned, and outfitted by SWPS.com. Front of vehicle has 6 R/B Whelen LIN3 LED modules (4 on pushbumper / 2 on side view mirrors), Whelen TLN2 R/B Talon on dash, Code 3 HLF and Nova LED in marker lights. Back of vehicle has a Whelen TLNCV5RB - Talon Rear Deck Super-LEDÂ® Red and Blue linear lightheads, Whelen LIN3 on license plate. Nova LEDs in reverse/taillight housings. Center console is a CS-1800 18" Consolidator by Havis-Shields. 7 Position Marine Switchbox with 40 Amp breaker made by Havis-Shields. Whelen 295 HFS.
2010 Ford Police Interceptor Concept (1080p)
Ford revealed its all-new, purpose-built Ford Police Interceptor sedan, showcasing a car for law enforcement officials that will exceed the durability, safety, performance and fuel economy of the industry's leading police car - the Ford Crown Victoria - while also confirming production of a Ford Police Interceptor utility vehicle.
Ford, the police vehicle market leader for 15 years, specifically designed and engineered an all-new Ford Police Interceptor to handle the rigors of police work, including industry-leading powertrain, safety and technology innovations.
Ford will also add a second Ford Police Interceptor to the lineup, a utility vehicle to provide customers a choice of the best vehicle to suit their needs. More details will be released in the third quarter of this year.
"Police nationwide asked for a new kind of weapon in the battle for public safety, and Ford is answering the call with a purpose-built vehicle - engineered and built in America - that's as dynamic as it is durable," said Mark Fields, Ford president of The Americas.
To develop the all-new Ford Police Interceptor, Ford engineers worked hand-in-hand with Ford's Police Advisory Board of law enforcement professionals, which provided input on key vehicle attributes such as safety, performance, durability, driver comfort and functionality.
"Their feedback mattered to us," said Scott Tobin, Ford vehicle line director for cars and crossovers. "Safety and durability were at the top of their list. So safety and durability were at the top of ours."