The Ford Crown Victoria was a popular choice for public sector fleets — particularly the law enforcement segment — because of its durability, cost, and reliability.
What began as a body style and trim level offering from Ford eventually became its own model in 1983. Then in 1992, the Crown Victoria Police Interceptor was made available as a purpose-built police vehicle. From then on, it became one of America's most recognizable police cars.
Take a look at how the vehicle has evolved over the years.
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