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#41 Steam McQueen

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Posted 24 January 2011 - 11:15 PM

Two of the previous Laguna Niguel cars are now on daBay ...

1978 Fury
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1978 Plymouth Fury Police car. E-58 L.A. county police car. The previous owner of this car bought it at a LAPD vehicle auction in the early 80's. This car was factory ordered with the E-58 360 h.p. motor, the v.i.n./ fendertags call out the police package and motor size.

Plymouth : Fury - eBay (item 180616733087 end time Jan-31-11 12:50:40 PST)

Craigslist ad is still running ... asking $899
1978 Plymouth Fury police car
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1979 Aspen
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1979 Dodge Aspen Mopar Police car E-58 360 h.p. 1979 un-marked 360 h.p. 4 barrell detective car, This car is a daily driver and runs excellent.

Dodge - eBay (item 180616739223 end time Jan-31-11 13:08:18 PST)

Craigslist ad is still running ... asking $1,450
1979 Dodge Aspen police car

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Posted 24 January 2011 - 11:54 PM

A civilian 318 but looking good at 41 years old. :eek:

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Oh man they are coming up with some beauty's aren't they? I was trying to remember how high the speedometers were set for back then I think it was 120 top end for most wasn't it? That 318 looks schweet for her age. Damn she's aged well better than me! Chrysler had some decent cars back then didn't they?

Okay a little off topic but I need someone to resolve a dispute that me and the hubby have gotten into. I'm sure y'all car afficiando's in BBC land are familiar with the Beach Boys' Little Deuce Coup. What kind of car was that? I know when they're singing about the flat head mill was the engine, the lake pipes yea know what they are they're the exhaust pipes that run along the rocker panel but, what was the little deuce coupe? Was it a 1932 Ford or was it something else. I say it was the 1932 Ford (they had V8's) because they jazzed them up to drag. Some of them were pretty cool looking too. From what I understand, they were easier to work on that way. I think he's got the thing confused with a woodie. We all know what the pink slip was that was the title. If you raced for the pink slip and you lost, you lost your car! Please help solve this disagreement so we don't snipe at one another all week LOL! :BB:

Edited by Steam McQueen, 02 February 2011 - 05:07 PM.
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"Its got a cop motor, a four hundred forty cubic inch plant, its got cop tires, cop suspension, cop shocks, it was a model made before catalytic converters so it will run good on regular gas. Whadda ya say? Is it the new Blues Mobile or what? Fix the cigarette lighter!"

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Posted 25 January 2011 - 12:01 AM

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Hey Steam did you see any where as to what kind of work the 78 Fury needs? I'm thinking that would be a neat ride for me to tool around town in. At least we can do basic auto maintenance in the yard here in Rock Hall. We couldn't do squat in Montgomery County. Hey I just remembered I can do that myself with that era car! I don't have to worry about buying a couple hundred dollar wrench just to get the bloody oil filter off (not to mention the body aches from trying to scrunch myself into an area that was not made for a person of my size to scrunch into). I do not recommend trying to change the oil filters in these new cars without that little wrench doodad. I tried that tack once and got a faceful of oil. After that, I gave up and started taking the cars to the Jiffy Lube. :BB:

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"Its got a cop motor, a four hundred forty cubic inch plant, its got cop tires, cop suspension, cop shocks, it was a model made before catalytic converters so it will run good on regular gas. Whadda ya say? Is it the new Blues Mobile or what? Fix the cigarette lighter!"

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Posted 25 January 2011 - 12:35 AM

Okay a little off topic but I need someone to resolve a dispute that me and the hubby have gotten into. I'm sure y'all car afficiando's in BBC land are familiar with the Beach Boys' Little Deuce Coup. What kind of car was that? I know when they're singing about the flat head mill was the engine, the lake pipes yea know what they are they're the exhaust pipes that run along the rocker panel but, what was the little deuce coupe? Was it a 1932 Ford or was it something else.


A "Little" Deuce Coupe is a '32 Ford....also referenced in Bruce Springsteen's "Blinded By The Light" ("....cut loose like a Deuce another runner in the night...")


(Manfred Mann's singer mispronounced the word "deuce";
hence the birth of another great rock-n-roll misheard lyric.:BB: )


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("I got a '34 wagon and they call it a Woody...you know it's not very cherry,it's an oldie but a goodie...")





......and I still say a 318 ain't enough.:P

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Posted 25 January 2011 - 04:44 AM

Here are a few for sale in the UK.


LAPD - 2001 Crown Vic
Located in Hertfordshire

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Has all the sirens, lights etc and livery. It even has video camera fitted to front. Prisoner screen in rear along with new rear seat.
£6500

LAPD police cruiser For Sale (2001) on Car And Classic UK



Arizona HP - 2003 Crown Vic
Located in Kent
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It will drive in reverse but not forward.
£3200 Or near offer.

Crown Vic Police Car For Sale (2003) on Car And Classic UK



Essex Police - 1972 Morris Marina
Located in Sussex
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Morris Marina Police car (Replica based on an Essex police Marina)
1300cc 1972 Marina (tax free) ,Long M.O.T ,film company disposal. In overall good condition ,drives well ,very little use over last 12 months.
Comes with working blues and twos.

£2995 Or near offer

Morris Marina Police car For Sale (1972) on Car And Classic UK



1970 Vauxhall Viva HB Panda
Located in Lancashire
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This is the only HB blue and white police panda car left in the uk.free tax mot sept 2011 tax aug 2011 97000 miles 4 owners from new.had done lots of film work two tone horns pye radio stop lamp on boot blue light and light up box on roof everything works.
£4000 Or near offer

Viva hb police panda car. For Sale (1970) on Car And Classic UK
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Posted 25 January 2011 - 04:59 AM

And one in Ireland...

CHP - 1973 Dodge Polara
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Good condition. Engine and running gear in good condition. Bodywork in good condition. Interior in fair condition.Currently registered and Taxed in Ireland.
£7500

Dodge Polara California Highway Patrol Car For Sale (1973) on Car And Classic UK
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Posted 27 January 2011 - 09:10 PM

Sold.

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16 bids - $5,100
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And one in Ireland... CHP - 1973 Dodge Polara


I like it.

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With the Striped Tomato in the background I wonder if they're with these folks ... ?
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Another from Laguna. On daBay the seller is known as ... - kcode.

1971 Polara CHP
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DK41U........ It's got a cop motor a four hundred and forty cubic inch plant.

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This is a real matching numbers 440 H.P. factory Police package CHP Police car. The drive train has been re-built to stock factory specs and is a turn key daily driver. This is a driver quality car, nice interior, paint etc.......it has an H pipe exhaust that sounds great. Mopar ignition, and new P.V. 235 x 70 Firehawk police radials at a cost of 250$ per tire.

Dodge : CHP Police Pursuit - eBay (item 180617979016 end time Feb-03-11 10:45:25 PST)

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Posted 28 January 2011 - 12:52 AM

A "Little" Deuce Coupe is a '32 Ford....also referenced in Bruce Springsteen's "Blinded By The Light" ("....cut loose like a Deuce another runner in the night...")
(Manfred Mann's singer mispronounced the word "deuce";
hence the birth of another great rock-n-roll misheard lyric.:P )
......and I still say a 318 ain't enough.:P


Thank you Elwood I was right! Yehaw! I thought it was the 32 Ford. Some other band did a cover of Blinded by the Light or did Bruce do a cover? Heck you don't know who did what any more LOL!

Well no a 318 really isn't a super fast engine. I'd prefer the 440 plant personally although I'd have to have a second job just to put petrol in the sucker. I'd like to have a 67 Impala all tricked out like it is on Supernatural. That baby purrs. I get so tickled at Dean babying it cause I used to do that with Bertha. Sam just sits there like a stump just doesn't get it. :BB:

Edited by Steam McQueen, 02 February 2011 - 05:10 PM.
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"Its got a cop motor, a four hundred forty cubic inch plant, its got cop tires, cop suspension, cop shocks, it was a model made before catalytic converters so it will run good on regular gas. Whadda ya say? Is it the new Blues Mobile or what? Fix the cigarette lighter!"

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Posted 28 January 2011 - 08:01 AM

Some other band did a cover of Blinded by the Light or did Bruce do a cover? Heck you don't know who did what any more LOL!


Bruce wrote the song.....Manfred Manns' version is the cover.

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Posted 28 January 2011 - 09:56 AM

Bruce wrote the song.....Manfred Manns' version is the cover.


Ahh thank you for that bit of musical trivia. I had to crow at my hubby over the 32 Ford. I knew it wasn't a woody. :BB:
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"Its got a cop motor, a four hundred forty cubic inch plant, its got cop tires, cop suspension, cop shocks, it was a model made before catalytic converters so it will run good on regular gas. Whadda ya say? Is it the new Blues Mobile or what? Fix the cigarette lighter!"

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Posted 29 January 2011 - 08:21 PM

A couple Black & White's for sale...


2007 Ford Crown Victoria: (Idaho)
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Ford : Police Interceptor - eBay (item 280621165250 end time Feb-01-11 19:20:14 PST)



2004 Ford Crown Victoria: (California)
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Ford : Police Interceptor - eBay (item 230578197055 end time Feb-01-11 18:15:00 PST)
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Posted 29 January 2011 - 08:27 PM

1986 Ford Crown Victoria: (Indiana)

86 ex police Crown Vic was a city of Speedway car 86-89

73 Lincoln 460 sitting in the bay. Custom mounts for the 460.

Not drivable. I want $600.

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Posted 29 January 2011 - 08:39 PM

1963 Ford Galaxie: (Michigan)

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VIN: 3D62X129725

137,000 Orginal Miles, [from] New Mexico
New Interior: Carpet & Seats Installed
New Head Liner Still in Box

$3,500

1963 FORD GALLAXY 500, Police Car, 352 orginal 137,000 mile New Mexico | East Leroy | eBay Classifieds (Kijiji) | 7563243
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Posted 29 January 2011 - 08:47 PM

The internet is heavy w/ police cars today...

1968 Plymouth LAPD police station wagon [clone]: (Arizona)

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$9,900

1968 Plymouth LAPD police station wagon clone | Show Low | eBay Classifieds (Kijiji) | 4537115
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Posted 29 January 2011 - 08:58 PM

1954 Ford - Montana Highway Patrol Car: (Montana)

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Currently on display at the Montana Auto Museum in Deer Lodge. A true and rare piece of Montana history, it is the only vintage (1959 or earlier) Montana Highway Patrol known to exist that was actually in service in Montana.

$8,500 obo

~Vintage Montana Highway Patrol Car~1954 Ford~Interceptor Motor OD!~ | Helena | eBay Classifieds (Kijiji) | 5307904
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Posted 30 January 2011 - 02:07 PM

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Dodge : CHP Police Pursuit - eBay (item 180617979016 end time Feb-03-11 10:45:25 PST)


Ahh my kind of engine! But $250 per tire? Yikes! My lands you would have to get a part-time job to keep the sucker in shoes. Gotta admit though that car would be one schweet ride! :BB:

Edited by Steam McQueen, 30 January 2011 - 11:49 PM.
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"Its got a cop motor, a four hundred forty cubic inch plant, its got cop tires, cop suspension, cop shocks, it was a model made before catalytic converters so it will run good on regular gas. Whadda ya say? Is it the new Blues Mobile or what? Fix the cigarette lighter!"

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Posted 31 January 2011 - 12:14 AM

1954 Ford - Montana Highway Patrol Car:


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That's a pretty cool old car! In 1954 Dodge and Chevy had yet to introduce their police packages. Maybe the Museum is closing?? I think it's part of this museum ...

Montana Law Enforcement Museum

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The '73 Polara clone is back for another go. We see this one every once in awhile, needs a good home. Dang nice clone!!

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The car is equipped with a numbers matching 400 cubic inch V-8 and a 727 automatic transmission. The engine received a total rebuild in the spring of 2009. At that time it was bored .30 over. A "Comp Cams" camshaft was also installed during the rebuild. Also, the original 2 barrel carb was replaced with an Edelbrock 4 barrel mated to a correct MoPar 4 barrel intake manifold. A correct 4 barrel MoPar air cleaner was added, yielding a perfectly stock appearance. A new MoPar radiator was also installed during this rebuild. The car has a true dual exhaust with new Hemi mufflers that give it the perfect big block rumble at idle.


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Dodge : Polara - eBay (item 320650412801 end time Feb-06-11 11:21:21 PST)

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Posted 31 January 2011 - 11:05 AM

Oh man I love the 54 Ford. I got a pic of my Dad standing beside his that I'll scan and post once I find the box with the pictures in it. We're getting there but its still box city in the spare room and my office. We're kind of using them as staging areas. I don't even want to look in the shed. :BB:
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"Its got a cop motor, a four hundred forty cubic inch plant, its got cop tires, cop suspension, cop shocks, it was a model made before catalytic converters so it will run good on regular gas. Whadda ya say? Is it the new Blues Mobile or what? Fix the cigarette lighter!"

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Posted 01 February 2011 - 12:32 AM

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Here's an '86 LTD for $2,000 obo.

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Was a fire departments. 351w, AOD, runs, has small exhaust leak, light bar works.


1986 LTD Crown Vic Police Package

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Posted 01 February 2011 - 04:00 AM

1972 Plymouth Fury III (Clone)
Arizona

It seems to be inspired by a familiar influence. :BB:
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It has a 318 V8 motor, working red light, working siren, and bullwhip anttena. This car rides and drives great. Floats like a boat on the road. It does not have A/C and has an AM radio that does not work. We drove this car for the local parade and just had it parked out front for looks.

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