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1995 Ford Crown Victoria [P71]

1995 Ford Crown Victoria [P71] dans Rozygrysh, Série télé, 2003-2012 IMDB Ep. 13

Catégorie : Voitures, Berline — Origine du modèle : US — Lieu de fabrication : CA

1995 Ford Crown Victoria [P71]

[*][*] Véhicule dans une action mineure ou utilisé juste dans une courte scène

Commentaires sur ce véhicle

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kazimann IE

2010-09-15 10:15

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Why not a Mondeo like everyone else in Europe?

chris40 UK

2010-09-15 10:19

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IIRC they were second-hand prezzies from NYPD.

kazimann IE

2010-09-15 12:10

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Times are tough when you start using 2nd hand police cars! :D

dsl SX

2010-09-15 12:36

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What does the light on the door mirror do, apart from dazzle the driver?

Sandie SX

2010-09-15 14:20

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it allows them to see clearly down dark alleys and the like.

Saves them getting off their ass.

ford_guy US

2010-09-16 09:54

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Those are spotlights and they are mounted on the a-pillar, not on the side mirrors. They're very common on law enforcement vehicles in the United States. They're a very useful and effective tool that help officers in many different ways at night. Especially since they more or less provide 180 degree coverage. As seen here, the spotlight can be turned the opposite way but in that position, it does no good so I can't really explain why it's like that.

This Crown Victoria is a 1995-1997 model.

rjluna2 US

2010-09-16 14:22

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@ford_guy: They have it positioned in a way make this more aerodynamically efficent :)

ford_guy US

2010-09-17 03:24

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That's not aerodynamically efficient. To be efficient, they would have to be pointed downward and inward (so that the spotlight pretty much faces the dash).

dsl SX

2010-09-17 14:02

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Sandie a écrit Saves them getting off their ass.

They have police donkeys in Russia!?!?

The reversed light position would keep the glass clean, so it makes some sense.

Gag Halfrunt UK

2010-09-17 15:33

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Ass = arse = bottom. :)

dsl SX

2010-09-17 16:28

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Gag Halfrunt a écrit Ass = arse = bottom. :)

I now understand the Nativity in a completely new perspective.

slon95 RU

2016-02-18 14:44

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chris40 a écrit IIRC they were second-hand prezzies from NYPD.

Silly nonsense. It's just leftovers from '95 purchase.

slon95 RU

2016-02-18 14:55

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I also know that some Russian police officers still do not want to give up their old CrownVics and not write off, because in that case they will certainly give as new car Daewoo Nexia (or something similar); and CrownVic, as you know, even if it is old, everything anyway because a lot better.

Alexander_097 RU

2016-04-22 21:48

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1995 by plate.

ingo DE

2017-01-11 17:14

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According
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made for RUS

Baube QC

2017-01-11 17:27

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i don't know... made for RUS would have a space big enough for the license plate ? :think:

and maybe amber turn signal like the Cavalier ( unless the regulation changed between 1993 and 1997 ) ?

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shlc647 US

2017-01-11 19:18

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They could have imported one for filming and dressed it up as a Moscow police car.

Moscvich433 RU

2017-01-11 19:20

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shlc647 a écrit They could have imported one for filming and dressed it up as a Moscow police car.


Not in this case.
One of those Crown Vic's which were oficially imported there to work in a real Militia.
Not a special-made cinema car.

ingo DE

2017-01-11 19:42

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Baube a écrit i don't know... made for RUS would have a space big enough for the license plate ? :think:
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Was there ever a Crown Vic version with space for the European plate? There are only few US-cars at all with that. In Russia it's the problem with the authority's obstinacy to issue 52 cm-plates without any exception.
In all(?) other countries with his plate-size you can choose plates in other shapes. So in Germany US-cars usually have plates in the size for tractors and small motorbikes (except in some districts, where ignorant dumbass-morons are sitting in the traffic authority :mad:), plates in the exact US-size are rare, but they exist.

Moscvich433 RU

2017-01-11 20:02

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ingo a écrit

In all(?) other countries with his plate-size you can choose plates in other shapes. So in Germany US-cars usually have plates in the size for tractors and small motorbikes (except in some districts, where ignorant dumbass-morons are sitting in the traffic authority :mad:), plates in the exact US-size are rare, but they exist.


We have square plates in Russia, but it's not official.
These plates always made by owners with private firms's help.
Most of them are in Dalnyy Vostok region and Crimea (It's interesting).
Dalnyy Vostok's police understood drivers in most cases and didn't tell them to pay a fine, but in other cases... fines are huge.

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rtsbusman1997 US

2017-01-13 05:52

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In theory, you could say these are Made for RUS, since these most likely have Kilometer speedometers (as part of a order) as they were built in Canada for export to Russia.

Baube QC

2017-01-13 06:05

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or they could be canadian ones as we have km/h too...

slon95 RU

2017-03-03 20:24

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Journal of June 1993, about the one of the first CV. It says that it is Canada's specification. https://www.zr.ru/archive/zr/1993/06/s-ghierbom-moskvy-na-bortu

slon95 RU

2017-03-04 17:44

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ingo a écrit
Was there ever a Crown Vic version with space for the European plate?


Only one: https://www.drive2.ru/r/ford/454147781368480249
Former police car. The speedometer in kilometers (Canada-spec?).
It's probably the aftermarket conversion?

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