I forget that the Crown Victoria/Grand Marquis is still for sale to the general public. Sorely outdated, the big rear-drivers were pretty much in a class of their own here in the U.S. until Chrysler decided to show up to the "Over the Hill" party wearing a hip set of duds. The Crown Vic still looks good done up in all black, but I'd head right to the Chrysler dealer if I was in the market for a big RWD sedan. There are still many that like the respect (fear of who might be driving) and basic looks of these cars to keep them selling.
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