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  • Roy H. (Private)
    10 years 3 months ago
    PA - Philadelphia Police
    Oops. I don't know my Fords very well at all, but I do know my Chevys. It's funny that Philly has had their system of putting property numbers (with the first two digits being the model year) on every city-owned vehicle since roughly the early 1970s, but police cars didn't get that until about 2000 or so.
  • JJ (Private)
    10 years 3 months ago
    PA - Philadelphia Police
    Im not sure about the turn signals but philly did not buy any cars in 1991. Its possible that the car was involved in an accident and they bought replacement parts.
  • JJ (Private)
    10 years 3 months ago
    PA - Philadelphia Police
    Its a 1995 then...the 1997's have the property number written on the bumper and philly didnt purchase any in 1996.
  • Jack (Private)
    10 years 3 months ago
    PA - Philadelphia Police
    It's a 1995-1997. The 1993-1994 had a grill with 3 horizontal bars running across, while the 95-97 only had 2 as seen above.
  • Jack (the real one) (Private)
    10 years 3 months ago
    PA - Philadelphia Police
    Didn't the clear turn signals only come in 1991?
  • jw (Private)
    10 years 3 months ago
    PA - Philadelphia Police
    As I pointed out you can easily tell a 92 because they did not have a chrome grill. 93-97 all looked the same in front. 93-94 had a red reflector that ran along the bottom of the trunk. 95-97 virtually looked the same on the exterior, however the 95's had the woodgrain finsh on the dashboard of the interior. 96-97 had no major differences.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    10 years 3 months ago
    PA - Marple Township Police
    There's nothing strange about the light bar, it is a high-riser. Elevates it and a traffic arrow board for traffic.
  • JJ (Private)
    10 years 3 months ago
    PA - Philadelphia Police
    I believe this is a 1995 but it could possebly be a 94...I would have to see the backof the car.
  • JJ (Private)
    10 years 3 months ago
    PA - Philadelphia Police
    Its a 1990. Philadelphia only purchased these models in 1990. From 85 until 89 they bought plymouths.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    10 years 3 months ago
    PA - Philadelphia Police
    1985 furey
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    10 years 3 months ago
    PA - Philadelphia Police
    Wouldn't this be a 1990 or 1991 model? If memory serves me correctly the turn signal and parking light lenses were orange on the 1988 and 1989 cars (although I am not 100 percent positive about that). Ford made a lot of weird changes from year to year back then.
  • GARY GEISSMAN (Private)
    10 years 3 months ago
    OH - Ohio State Highway Patrol
    ACTUALLY ANONYMOUS (SINCE YOUR AFRAID TO USE YOUR NAME) WE WERE DRAG RACING IT AT DRAGWAY 42 IN WEST SALEM OHIO EVERY WEEK END FOR ABOUT A YEAR BEFORE IT BLEW UP. BACK THEN NOBODY CARED ABOUT A 175.00 CAR.THATS WHAT I PAID FOR IT. IT WOULD STILL RUN 14.70 IN THE QUARTER WITH NO TRACTION!
  • jw (Private)
    10 years 3 months ago
    PA - Philadelphia Police
    Its definatley not a 92. 92 was the only year that didn't have a grill.
  • Roy H. (Private)
    10 years 3 months ago
    PA - Philadelphia Police
    1988 Crown Vic
  • Roy H. (Private)
    10 years 3 months ago
    PA - Philadelphia Police
    This Bronco (with custom wheels) seemed to be used only as a special parade/funeral vehicle.