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The Ford Crown Victoria has a long and storied past. The first car released with that name was in 1955; it was a two-door six seater coupe-style car which was part of the Fairlane line. More recently, the Crown Vic was available from 1992-2007 as a rear-wheel drive full-size sedan. Popular with families and executive types, the car has been long known for its huge trunk space, and its durability. Available in two trim levels, this six seat sedan has long been a staple for cab-drivers and companies which need plenty of seating and even more trunk and cargo space. Due to its popularity for certain duties, the Crown Vic was available until 2011 for law enforcement and other agencies, long after it ceased consumer production.
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2003 Ford Econoline | 3 Door Van
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1997 Ford Econoline | 3 Door Van
2009 Ford Econoline | Van
“Glass tech was very courteous and professional did a great job will recommend to anyone inquiring about glass replacement”
2009 Ford Econoline | Extended Van
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