Running Condition: Starts and Runs with a jump
Model: Crown Victoria
Engine: 4.6 8V
Manufactured in: St. Thomas, Ontario, Canada
Body Style: Police Interceptor (3.27 Axle) 4dr Sedan
Reason for Surplusing: Replaced by a new unit.
Fair Market Value: $3,000.00
This vehicle: Starts and Runs
Engine: Liters: 4.6
Maintained every: 5000 Miles
Repairs Needed: Has an exhaust leak.
Removed From Service: 2/23/2012
Maintenance Records: Available for review fee for copies.
Title : given to winning bidder at time of collection.
Type: Automatic (4)
Minor Damage: Police use wear and tear.
Radio: Ford , AM/FM
AC Condition: Cold
Air Bags: Dual
Options: Cruise Control; Tilt Steering; Remote Mirrors; Climate Control
Power Options: Windows; Door Locks; Steering; Seats
Windows: Not cracked
Minor: Dents; Scratches; Dings
Tire Condition: Good tread
Minor Damage: Paint peel.
Decals: Have been removed
Emergency Equipment: Has been removed; There are holes in the exterior
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AGENCY WILL NOT SHIP.
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Payment for an awarded item must be received within five (5) business days of close of auction
The City of Independence will collect 7.725% sales tax, on non-vehicles items if applicable. The buyer shall add and include the sales tax amount when making payment.
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