Track-Prepped 2008 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor – One Take

This 2008 Ford Crown Victoria is a heavily modified example featuring a host of chassis and handling upgrades by Maximum Motorsports, Energy Suspension, and Tokico. It has upgraded brakes, a limited-slip differential, track-spec wheels and tires, and some basic bolt-on engine modifications. Yes, this car is just as fun to drive as you think it’s going to be.

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34 thoughts on “Track-Prepped 2008 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor – One Take

  1. Patrick Ford says:

    Your vids always make my wifi stutter

  2. Now swap a 6.8l V10 triton in there and have the most badass project car there is.

  3. You should have done a one take on my buddies crown vic! Vortec supercharged, 6 speed Manual,full exhaust,coilovers,etc check out

  4. looks more like ryan litteral

  5. Alan Bowers says:

    Is it a good idea to seam weld a BoF vehicle together? (honest question)

  6. lucckino says:

    Panther chassis is god tier

  7. Matti Opitz says:

    It's got a cop motor, a four hundred and forty cubic inch plant. It's
    got cop tires, cop suspensions, cop shocks. It's a model made before
    catalytic converters, so it'll run good on regular gas. What do you say?
    Is it the new Bluesmobile or what?

  8. leanlifter1 says:

    Heavy vehicles are so much nicer to drive. I rather drive my 5000LB Volvo XC70 that stays planted on the road wherever I point it no matter how strong the wind is on the hiway I dont feel or hear it. In a small shit box car the wind throws you all over the road a truck passes and it sucks you back and forth etc etc. Heavy cars with torquey motors ok handling and sticky tires are always the better choice for overall comfort and enjoyment.

  9. yitznewton says:

    Somebody at a track day I went to had a flat-out Crown Vic race car they used for endurance racing. Pretty cool stuff

  10. Want it. Bangin.

  11. Greg Hughey says:

    That was a cool car

  12. leanlifter1 says:

    Did some crown vics come with the 5.4 ? Or were they always just the 4.6 ? I think some of the police cruisers had a super charger.

  13. Thats gotta be a weird day for Zack…

  14. The best value for money used car you can buy. I am confused about the seam welding though since this is a "body on chassis" car so the body isn't structural, right?

  15. From The .S: says:

    This is why I watch One Take videos.

  16. leanlifter1 says:

    Anyone know what the Cops do to the crown vic to make them haul so much ass ?

  17. MikeDrop says:

    HNGGGGGGG I want one

  18. mdtrx says:

    Checking out that watch

  19. Get a shift kit in that thing. Or do the plate mod. I had one in my p71 and it made a big difference. Also fun chirping second gear lol.

  20. I see a Mini! Can't wait for the video.

  21. This kid is the biggest crybaby faggot on Carthrottle.

  22. Looks cool but slow as hell, was hoping for a GT500 swap based on the hood and wheels

  23. paul murphy says:

    great addition. this old Pontiac guy loves his interceptor

  24. Ocean240sx says:


  25. Callelle says:

    I guarantee he'll never have the same smile on his face talking about watches.

  26. A fat Miata lol I didn’t see that one coming

  27. slick_ej6 says:

    My buddy crashed his Crown Vic into an older Forester, head on. Both drivers walked away but man you should have seen the condition of both the cars. Vics are tanks for sure

  28. K-2 says:

    So bad ass

  29. Ahmed Adam says:

    That was pleasantly surprising

  30. Fascinating car no doubt.

  31. So if I did this to a sn95, would it be the same? You could get a mustang for a similar price but stick shift.

  32. I don't think you'd want to keep the back seat in any used police car…

  33. lkporter1989 says:

    Mmmmmmmmmmm PANTHER PLATFORM!

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