Last Ford Crown Victoria Rolls Off The Assembly Line
It’s amazing the stories you stumble upon and this is one I couldn’t pass up. Thursday, at Ford’s Ontario, Canada plant, the last Crown Victoria ever rolled off the assembly line. As you can see, the early models were very 50’s with nice colors. I always think of the Crown Vic as a car my grandparents would drive, a boat. In fact this 1955 model was only produced for one year. It wouldn’t be until the late 70s when the Crown Victoria we are more familiar with would hit the market. I remember my uncle’s very fondly.
It’s no secret the Crown Victoria has been the go-to car for state and local police departments for many years. And it’s the standard model for taxi cabs. Instead, Ford will offer the Ford Taurus as a Police Interceptor. Eh, I don’t think it’s as threatening.