1984 Ford Crown Victoria LTD 351 Windsor from North America
This car weighs twice as much as your Honda, but can leave it at the light choking on rubber!
The brake lines rusted out.
The fuel line busted.
This car is enormous.
People are very surprised when they see me burn the tires right of the wheel. I once did a burnout in this car that took a chunk out of the pavement.
The interior is the same as the day it rolled off the line...Beautiful!
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 11th January, 2008
12th Jan 2008, 19:54
Another immature clown that needs to "burn rubber" in order to impress other human beings.
14th Jan 2008, 00:36
Your car will leave a 1984 Honda at the light, but not a new one. I used to own a 1984 Crown Vic. Tough cars, durable? Yes. Speedy? Snappy maybe by 1984 standards and deathly slow today. Most big cars have the illusion of being fast because of such a soft ride. I'm assuming you have the police package being that it's a 351. Unless you have a modified car from the late 60's or early 70's your car probably tops out around 200HP if you're lucky and maybe 280 lb/ft of Torque.
13th Nov 2008, 09:14
How can people not to love the 84 Crown Vic? I own one and would never trade it for anything. The body and motor may be big, but we do not have to have light weight cars to go fast, because we have momentum behind our cars, and why not spin the tires; that's part of the fun owning a car.
4th Aug 2012, 09:43
My 73 LTD 460 has recently been rebuilt. It will chew up anything at the light. By the time the rubber smoke clears, you won't even know where I went.
6th Aug 2012, 15:49
We used to have an '84 Grand Marquis, very similar car, and it wasn't 'fast'. It performed very adequately, but no one in our family had any desire to get up to any boy-racer antics, so of course there was no need. The car was exceedingly comfortable, durable, and reliable - slightly more comfortable than our big GM cars, though with a touch less confident handling, and definitely a bit more expensive to keep going.