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Ford : Crown Victoria LTD 1989 crown victoria ltd

Ford : Crown Victoria LTD 1989 crown victoria ltd

$5,000

Las Vegas, Nevada

Year 1989

Make Ford

Model Crown Victoria

Category Sedan

Mileage 85120

Posted Over 1 Month

For Sale My 1989 Crown Victoria, Runs Great. Rebuilt Transmission, Replaced Water Hose, New Radiator, Air Condition Recently Serviced. I'm Not A Car Expert But Can Answer Any Question To The Best Of My Knowledge. Driver Window Doesn't Roll Down, But Everything Else Works Great. Has An Alarm Installed. This Has Been My Car For The Past 5 Years And I Drove It Daily, And It Drives Smooth and it's well maintained. Smoke Free Environment. I Was Told Original Owner Passed Away And The Son Sold It For A Pickup Truck, Then The Gentleman I Purchased It From Bought It From The Dealership The Son Sold It To. This Car Is A Classic And Runs Perfect. Original Manuals Are Kept In Plastic As Well As Original Floor Mats Never Used. I Live In Las Vegas So Shipping Or Pickup Is Buyers Responsibility. Please Only Serious Inquires. Call Me 702-577-7150 With Any Questions, And I'll get Back To You As Soon As Possible.

Trim LTD

1989 ford Ltd crown Victoria

1989 ford Ltd crown Victoria

$1,200

Lewistown, Pennsylvania

Year -

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Category -

Mileage -

Posted Over 1 Month

Very clean great driving car runs good insp till  3/17 new brakes callipers and tires daily  driver 302 cu eng 5.0 liter v/8 still has good power. great car for only $1200.00

1989 Ford Crown Victoria  1989 ford crown Victoria Lx LTD 5.0

1989 Ford Crown Victoria 1989 ford crown Victoria Lx LTD 5.0

$1,800

Colchester, Illinois

Year 1989

Make Ford

Model Crown Victoria

Category Sedan

Mileage 60900

Posted Over 1 Month

Gots 60,900 miles it only had 2 owners newer tires new front shocks new module and lots of other new parts it's a really good car. Very safe car.. would be a great family car. Don't let this classic slip by ya all power seats and windowsEverything works fine. Runs great body in good condition and it rides good. Got plenty of room. It's dusty in pictures but a nice bath and some wax she a beauty.

Ford : Crown Victoria country squire 89 ford country squire woody station wagon ltd crown vic mercury colony park 64 k

Ford : Crown Victoria country squire 89 ford country squire woody station wagon ltd crown vic mercury colony park 64 k

$11,900

Cleveland, Ohio

Year 1989

Make Ford

Model Crown Victoria

Category Sedan

Mileage 64400

Posted Over 1 Month

For your consideration: 1989 Ford country Squire with only 64,400 miles! I acquired this car from an estate. The previous owner was an elderly woman. Sometime between 1999 and 2000, she broke her hip and was unable to drive. The car sat in her garage until 2013 when I acquired it. It was towed to my mechanic where it received the following: New fuel tankNew fuel pumpRebuilt fuel sender ( I actually had to rebuild this myself, the part was no longer available to buy anywhere)New fuel lines, supply and returnOil, filter, air filter etc. Spark plugsBatteryAt this point She fired on the first try, and shot a mouse nest out of the exhaust. Then I continued. COMPLETE new brake system, pads, rotors, calipers, brake lines, master cylinder. New exhaust system, from the cat back. This spring I just installed new front coil springs, shocks on all four corners, and a brand new set of whitewall tires with alignment. The car drives like glass at 70mph. Some things worth noting about the car. The interior is in very good, used, but very good condition. The blue velour has no unreasonable wear, or holes. Further, the seats are very soft, and comfortable. All of the power seat controls work as they should. The dashboard has no cracks, the stereo works, however I was unable to test the tape deck. (I don't own cassettes anymore). All of the gauges work, as well as all of the turn signals, headlights, etc. The power locks work ,except the front passenger door, it only works manually. The driver front window tends to "skip" when you lower it, sometimes you have to help it down. It goes up very consistent and smooth. All the rest of the windows work fine. I have the antenna, I removed it before I went in to the car wash. The rear gate is the coolest thing ever. If you open in from the outside, it swings OUT. If you open it from the inside, it swings DOWN like a tailgate of a pickup truck. Yes, it will hold a 4x8 sheet of plywood. Regarding the car's pedigree: I do not know if the previous owner bought it new, or used. I assume new, so I would be the second owner. A quick carfax could answer that question. I retained the expired license plate that was on the car dating back to the year 2000. There is also a window sticker that shows when the next oil change should be. It was dated 2001. I also have the original Motorcraft battery, I thought it was kind of cool to see. This car appears to have been dealer maintained until the day it was parked. The A/C system is the original R12 system, when I got it, it still had a static pressure of 50 psi, I added about 1lb, and the vents blow a consistent 42 degrees. (yes, I own a 30lb cylinder of r12, and I am experienced/ certified to dispense refrigerant.) It has been almost 2 years, and is still working well. The exterior is in good condition, paint is still glossy, no noticeable rust. The faux wood has some scratches, and a bit of peeling. Look at the pictures for details. Nothing is serious enough to take away from the overall great look of this car. This car is an excellent "survivor" While it certainly is not mint, it is very presentable. The underbody is clean, I did some scraping, treated some spots with POR15, and did some general spray painting to protect the bare metals. I STRONGLY encourage you to COME LOOK AT THIS CAR IN PERSON. Pictures sometimes can be deceiving, and I am certainly no expert with 80's era fords. I want this transaction to be pleasant on both ends. I would be happy to assist with any international buyers, please call me to discuss details. I require a deposit of $200 via paypal within 24 hours after the sale is ended, and I want payment in full shortly after, like a few days after. If you want the car right away, bring CASH. If you pay any other way, I won't release the car until the payment clears. I reserve the right to end this auction at any time, as I am offering this car on many other platforms. If you want the car, give me a call, come see it, drive it, pay me in cash, and move on. I can be reached via ebay message, or my personal email is lorainfurniture@yahoo.com. I can provide more pictures upon request. You can also call or text 216-854-6372. My name is Eugene

Trim country squire

Ford : Crown Victoria LX Sedan 4-Door 1989 ford ltd crown victoria lx sedan 4 door 5.0 l

Ford : Crown Victoria LX Sedan 4-Door 1989 ford ltd crown victoria lx sedan 4 door 5.0 l

$5,500

Douglas, Massachusetts

Year 1989

Make Ford

Model Crown Victoria

Category Sedan

Mileage 51772

Posted Over 1 Month

Looking for a great, reliable car for your home down in Florida? Did you used to own a Crown Victoria and love it every day? Or have you always wanted to own a vehicle so tough and reliable that American police departments have been using it since early 1980's? Well this classic 1989 Ford Crown Victoria LTD LX sedan is the car you're looking for! It's smooth, comfortable, reliable, tough; everything you want in a car like this! This car has been well maintained and garaged for most of its life! It comes complete with power seats, power windows, power doors, power mirrors, full sized spare tire, automatic headlights, and loads of other features! This car is clean! It has no rust or rot! The tires are in excellent shape. The interior is in great condition with no tears or rips! All interior features work except for the front central cigarette lighter. The radio/cassette player and all speakers work! The air conditioning is ice cold and is great no matter how high the summer temperatures get! In addition the car should pass inspection with no issues! Car is complete with original manuals and title. I bought this vehicle in March of 2014 as a temporary replacement for my pickup truck with only ~38,000 miles on it! Up until that point it was garaged for its whole life!It now has around 51,700 miles, but still feels and drives like a new car. In addition, we just put $1,900 into the car for a number of age related things. I have all the records since I bought the car available! We put in new front and rear shocks, new valve cover gaskets, new timing cover seal, and a new tailpipe. On top of that, this car comes with a number of spare parts the previous owner had purchased for it (seen in the attached pictures). Other than that, most of this car is completely original! If you want a beautiful 1980's Crown Victoria that you can buy and drive, THIS is the car you want! Just hop in and start her up!!! NOTE: I mentioned in the vehicle description that there is an issue with the passenger door. The story behind that goes as follows: I drove the car to Tennessee to visit my girlfriend while she was on a mission trip. Her program manager sat in the passenger seat and put the window down, which got it stuck in the door. I didn't want to drive it home with the window stuck down, so I took it to a local mechanic. He took the door apart and was able to get the window back up, but I suspect he didn't line up everything within the door correctly when he put it back together. So the door sometimes won't open (You open it partially from the outside and then you have to pull the handle from the inside to open it), however it does work. The window motor hasn't been replaced, but they are pretty cheap, and it still works, however I wouldn't use it until it gets a new motor. If you have any questions about it, feel free to send me a message. I assure you that the door still opens and closes, and all it needs is the new window motor and to be put back together correctly.

Trim LX Sedan 4 Door

1989 Ford Crown Victoria LTD LX 1989 ford crown Victoria Lx LTD 5.0

1989 Ford Crown Victoria LTD LX 1989 ford crown Victoria Lx LTD 5.0

$1,800

Colchester, Illinois

Year 1989

Make Ford

Model Crown Victoria LTD

Category -

Mileage 60900

Posted Over 1 Month

Gots 60,900 miles it only had 2 owners newer tires new front shocks new module and lots of other new parts it's a really good car. Very safe car.. would be a great family car. Don't let this classic slip by ya all power seats and windowsEverything works fine. Runs great body in good condition and it rides good. Got plenty of room. It's dusty in pictures but a nice bath and some wax she a beauty.

Trim LX

Ford : Crown Victoria LX WAGON 5-DOOR 1989 ford country squire lx wagon 5 door 5.0 l 2 nd owner since new see videos

Ford : Crown Victoria LX WAGON 5-DOOR 1989 ford country squire lx wagon 5 door 5.0 l 2 nd owner since new see videos

$1,500

Whitefield, New Hampshire

Year 1989

Make Ford

Model Crown Victoria

Category Sedan

Mileage 234183

Posted Over 1 Month

This is LuAnne the Land Barge. We bought her this Spring and shipped her to NH to use as a second vehicle, collectible type car. I can't tell you how many compliments and smiles we have gotten, and kids LOVE the rear seats, it's an almost magical thing. The first thing I did when she arrived was to send her to my local shop where they checked her from top to bottom. I put 4 new tires, did a thorough tune up including changing wires etc, did some brake work, and changed the oil. I even found the correct hood ornament and reinstalled that. I drove LuAnne all summer on a daily basis. She runs quiet and exceptionally smooth, in fact it was kind of freaky how smooth and quiet this car is. The 3 hour drive from picking her up downstate was like that feeling you get when you're in an airplane floating in a cloud. What follows below is the previous sellers analysis of this car; I have a little more info to add - good and bad. The pictures don't really show the dent on the drivers door where someone hit a deer. The door is perfectly functional, it's just that there's a dent there, along with a small dent in the roof and some on the hood. The pictures also don't show how clean and rust free this car is. Everyone that has looked at this car has been amazed - the underside is extra clean. I had it oil undercoated even though I have no intention of ever driving it in the winter. Some things don't seem to work: the heater, the power door locks. I see no evidence of oil leaks or oil burning but the car uses a lot of oil. I also have available, included, a 91 Squire with an immaculate interior that I have begun switching out some trim and such. Has a nice running 302 with just over 100k and lots of usable parts, including the power locks and drivers door - but frame is rusted. Currently the car is put away for the winter, it has never seen salt and such, but I have pics from this summer. Don't take bigger online car-buying risks with listings that simply include vague descriptions! This listing includes detailed descriptions, videos,and verification by AutoCheck that it is a 3-owner , never wrecked, never fleet /taxi-used, above-average condition car (for it's age)! HISTORY I bought this car in May of 1998 for my wife, who wanted something roomy to haul herself along with four kids and groceries in. As far as the original history, I can only tell you that the last owner ahead of me was a Doctor in Smithfield Virginia but the 1989 Colington Harbor sticker on the front bumper and lack of the usual front license-plate moulding option suggests it was originally purchased in North Carolina. When we purchased it in 1998 it had 138,000 "ACTUAL" miles on it, according to the title. After 16 years of ownership, the odometer now reads "32183" which is 232,183 miles, or an additional 94,000 miles. That would be about 5,900 miles per year during the last 16 years and approx. 9,300 miles per year over the entire 25 years. However, I bought my wife a brand new 35+ mpg car after 7 years, so the bulk of the mileage was accumulated between 1998 and 2005. From 2006 onward, the '89 Country Squire LX saw only weekly use for short trips for a while and as a spare car for our emerging teen drivers to get to work. In July of 2003, we bought a second Country Squire - a 1991 with 159,000 miles on it. With six licensed drivers in the household, having two of these cars filled a need. Since I was in charge of maintenance and most of the repairs, having virtual "twins" had its advantages when it came to having practice at certain jobs. Both cars suffered identical door-lock and power window failures in exactly the same sequences at the same years in each car's life! It helped to have already replaced power window motors, water pumps, alternators, heater cores, etc. on one car and know what was involved in a dealer-rebuild of the steering gearbox by the time the symptoms appeared on the second. In 2007, my second-oldest daughter spun the 1991 Ford into an embankment after drifting off of the pavement into a shoulder-rut and over-correcting in an attempt to recover. It was towed back to our place and after removing the debis from the fan, I drove it under its own power to our remote driveway and parked it for good. The chassis was buckled from the impact and the tailgate had been forced open from inside by a heavy wooden platform that was being transported in the cargo area. I decided to keep the car for possible parts. It had just had new exhaust and $1000 worth of work done to the power steering before the accident. With the tailgate compromised, I decided to remove and dry-storage the back doors in a shed. I also began stripping the still-functional engine down to the block. It is currently a fully rolling chassis with four inflated tires. Since 2010, all our kids have moved away and started families of their own. The surviving 1989 Country Squire has seen very little use since except an occasional trip to the gas station or recycling center only 5-10 miles rountrip each. My wife and I currently have 3x late model 30+mpg daily-use cars at our disposal and have little use for an 8-passenger wagon. Please Read the Following Descriptions Carefully and Review the Videos Before Submitting Questions:(I have tried to include as much detail about the car as possible) CONDITION1989 FORD COUNTRY SQUIRE LX The engine (SEE VIDEO LINK BELOW>>>) was treated with Prolong shortly after purchase in 1999. It runs smooth, strong and quiet. It does not burn oil, rattle or clatter. I drove it about 20 miles at highway speeds just this week and it runs great. Plugs, distributor, wires etc. have not been replaced since 2008. Although it currently runs just fine, a tune-up with fresh parts couldn't hurt. I have monitored the area where I park and not noticed any leakage underneath, nor any significant oil consumption between oil changes. I have a video on YouTube of the engine running and a walkaround to the exhaust. Please keep in-mind that camera microphones do not respond well to wind and the buffeting from the fan is not avoidable when bringing the video directly into the engine compartment. http://youtu.be/USGDEKalPl0 engine running hood up and walkaround to tailpipe The transmission - shifts smoothly without any jerkiness. Fluid is clean and level. I am not aware of any noticable leaks. The body is rust-free with a straight frame. The paint is in fairly good condition for 25 years but looks best at about 10 feet. It might be possible to do some polishing and touchup to bring it back but it is not worn-through or blistered anywhere as was fairly common for all but the most garage kept wagons. The major defects are on the driver's side and mostly around the front door. In 2000, 10 point buck (deer) tried to cross the road in front of us on the way home on night about 14 years ago. We managed to brake and avoid hitting him head on, but the deer's hooves slipped on the pavement and he ran into our door. The body dented the doorskin and his hooves left two dents in the lower anodized body moulding. Initially, it caused the door to bind on the edge of the front fender, so I removed the fender, corrected the door mounting and was able to undo some of the doorskin denting but it is a long way from being cosmetically "pretty". However, it closes and seals well and is otherwise just cosmetic. There is also a small indent on the roof, about 8" back from the windshield where a piece of tree-limb struck it. Otherwise, this is still a very presentable and restorable body. The Interior is exterior-matching red velour. The headliner, carpets, and door panels are in very good condition. There are original floor mats which have taken 25 yrs of use and they are in fair condition. The seats do not have any rips or holes. However, there are pouches on the front seatbacks which the kids abused back in the day. They could use some attention if someone wants the interior perfect. Also, the rear seat was left folded down in the cargo-hauling position for several months and the local ambient humidity corroded some of the chrome plating on the seatbelts and left a few small patches of residue on the velour. It might be possible to brush or shave this off, but I haven't attempted it. The folding "jump seats" are color-matched vinyl and the covers are in little-used condition. Radio - Is Ford's original 2-part "Premium Sound" cassette with an amplifier near the spare tire compartment. The display is badly faded, bass/treble/balance/fader controls are stuck and won't rotate. I recall the cassette had slipping issues. Otherwise, it will tune stations and has a usable sound. The power antenna motor runs but doesn't retract the mast. Climate Control - was Ford's deluxe Automatic CC as used in the Lincoln Town Car. Early on, something in the complex control system failed so that the A/C and heat work fine but the fan only works on HIGH blower and a vacuum hose under the dash has to be switched seasonally to allow for heat. The A/C is the original Freon R12 system that was banned in 1996. It has not been recharged or modified and still blows cold. Central Door Locks - failed about 10 years ago - One door at a time. The motors were $150 a peice already then. We decided we could unlock a lot of doors for $750. (Ironically the door locks also failed in exactly the same order at the same age on the '91 Wagon two years later!) Cruise Control - Believe it or not, I just tested it the other day and it STILL WORKS! Windows - all had their motors replaced and regulators lubricated in 2005. The front windshield is free of cracks and chips. The rest of the glass is in good condition and everything opens and closes / seals as it should. Tailgate - window rolls down and up. New Ford tailgate window-gasket was installed in 2000. It locks / unlocks. The internal linkage that allows the tailgate to convert from swinging door to drop-gate is not currently working. The door swings but does not drop. I don't know if there are salvagable internal parts in the '91 tailgate that could correct this or not. Lights and Horn - all working. The two outboard 4x6" headlamps are an H4 conversion that use a replaceable H4 Hi/Low Beam halogen bulb instead of the OEM 4651 sealed-beam. They can be reverted back to 4651's by reversing two wires in the headlight connetor plug. The H4 was meant to be a mild custom with better photometrics. All parking, brake, turn signal, sidemarker, and license plate lamps are functional. Multiple horns had been added over the life of the car. There are currently 4x horns with 2x apparently non-functional and therefore disconnected. The 2x functioning horns provide a nice HI /LOW fanfare. Wipers - are a typical electrical system weakness for this era Fords, but these are currently working fine. Power Mirrors - both working from driver's side remote control as designed Speedometer / Odometer - and trip-set are fully functional. However, due to a typical problem with a throttle linkage clip that comes off, descends into it, and tears it up, the transmission was replaced prior to 1998 with a rebuilt one and it apparently has the wrong number of teeth on the speedometer output gear for an '89 wagon. As a result the speedometer is about 5 mph? too slow at 55 mph. Everyone here simply learned to drive with the speedo indicating a few miles under the desired speed and no one ever got a speeding ticket in this car. As I understand it though, it is "fixable" with the right gear - we just never bothered. Automatic Level Control - to the best of my knowledge, the pump still kicks in periodically when the car is unlevel due to parking terrain or added weight in the cargo area. New hi-pressure load levelers were installed several years ago. Shocks and suspension - seem to be fine. However, the Antique / Historical registration no longer requires a yearly State-certified professional inspection. Rubber bushings and such can deteriorate even without adding miles. I did not detect anything in the ride or handling of the car, nor did I notice anything critical when I did the brake repair. Exhaust System - is the factory single exhaust with 2x catalytic converters. The system is currently tight with no leaks . It is also whisper quiet. SEE the 1st VIDEO at the walkaround to the tailpipe. At some point in 16 years, I believe both cats were replaced. ( I recall because the muffler shop had EPA paperwork that had to be filled out each time because aparently the Fed believed at some point that there was no forseeable reason why a stainless steel cased cat should fail and therefore some sort of report had to be filed everytime one was removed and disposed of. The complete system with muffler, from the cats to the tailpipe, was replaced less than a 1000 miles ago with an "aluminized system". (This was one step better than a standard all-steel exhaust but less expensive than stainless steel.) I have been asked about the THRUSH muffler sticker on the tailgate, as to whether it has a loud aftermarket exhaust. It does NOT. I had installed a thrush muffler myself, at some point in 16 years, prior to the professionally-installed complete system. The sticker remains, the Thrush muffler DOES NOT. Gear Indicator - below the speedo has a cable or clip issue and does not accurately display which gear the shifter is in. We have simply counted the number of "bumps" clockwise when moving the shifter rather than taking apart the dash or column to attempt to correct this. Fuel Gauge / Low Fuel Lamp - Permanently indicates E and the yellow "Low Fuel" lamp stays on due to a failed sending unit in the gas tank. This happened about 2004 and the replacement part was already No Longer Available back then. We have had to rely on the odometer trip set, the trip computer, and remain conscious to top the tank off regularly. The average MPG was about 17 City and 24 highway. All Other Dash Lamps / Gauges -such as turn signal indicator, high beam, etc. are functional. Warning indicators such as Check Engine, Oil, Alt, Hot Engine, etc. illuminate and cycle with the engine ignition as they should. Tires / Wheels - still have enough tread to pass a state motor vehicle inspection, but they are at least 6 years old and should be replaced. As the LX model it came standard with the deluxe turbine (finned) alloy rims. The factory original with raised "SPARE SPARE SPARE" lettered tread and the factory jack and lug wrench are still stowed in the tire compartment in the cargo area. Steering - is still the same one-finger, no-effort, typical Ford P/S that it always has been since 1989. No pulling or drifting. The steering wheel is straight. No leaks, groaning, or belt chirping when applied. The steering gearbox, pump, and hoses were replaced at a local Ford dealer about 6 years after we got the car and it has been perfect ever since. Brakes - seemed more sensitve than usual during the recent drive. I assumed it might be a good idea to replace the front padas a matter of course. Upon inspection, I decided to go ahead replace the calipers, pins, pads, and flex-hoses, as the calipers seemed a bit sluggish to rebound after release of the brake pedal. I also flushed / bled the brake fluid. Nice pedal response without binding, pulling, chatter, squeal, or fade. Service Repair / Parts Record and Reciepts - as I mentioned, the car was purchased for my wife as the kid-carrier and grocery getter - just the typical "family car". . We never had any intention of someday reselling the car as some kind of a valuable classic. There was never any hint that we would still own the car 16 years later and that someday, a buyer would be interested in a 12 year old receipt! Shop reciepts and records, as well as auto-parts store reciepts went into the glovebox as long as they were needed for the warranties of those parts or that service. As they aged, and were no longer relevant, they were disposed of. Towing / Hauling - this car does NOT HAVE A FORD TOWING PACKAGE INSTALLED featuring an auxilliary oil or transmission cooler, does NOT have a trailer lamp wiring, and has NEVER had any kind of holes drilled or frames welded to the back of the car for towing. That could be considered a positive asset to the car as these features COULD be retrofitted but up to-date, this Country Squire has never been subjected to the additional stresses on the frame or drivetrain of pulling a heavy boat or trailer. Use / Driving Conditions - We live in a rural suburb about 15 miles from any shopping centers etc. My wife as the almost sole -operator, was in her mid-thirtees to early fourties and has still to-date never had a ticket or been involved in an accident of any kind. She is a non-smoker. The car has never been smoked in during the 16 years we have owned it. As previously mentioned, the car saw mostly 35 mph rural secondary and 55mph local highway steady-speed driving and a few longer local trips to nearby cities within a 50-mile radius. It has rarely seen congested stop-and-go city / commuter type traffic. My children, as passengers, were taught to be exceptionally respectful of personal property and with exception of the seatback storage pockets that did not benefit from attempts to store toys in them, there are no food, gum, or dirt stains on the interior. The carpets (under the mats) are virtually immaculate. While the occasional home-improvement store purchase was transported, it was never abuse or treated like a pick-up truck. During the few months that my son used the car to travel to and from his job in-town, the vehicle's condition, mileage, and fluid levels were carefully monitored, and he was constantly reminded of his obligation to return the car to us each day in proper condition or lose his driving privileges. So while the odometer reflects 232,000 miles, they have been primarily "highway miles". Additional Videos:http://youtu.be/nuMLttaaEvY(radio, horn, windows, lights demo and passing views of the interior) http://youtu.be/iOy3y7w_t9o(remote mirrors demo) http://youtu.be/0kpU9EwddiM(tailgate demo) Overall - This car has remained in good driveable condition. The engine starts and runs quiet and strong without smoking or leaking. I recently found the brakes seemed a bit sensitive, so I checked and found some tendency to bind at the front calipers. The front calipers and pins, as well as new brake pads and flex hoses have all been replaced just this month to insure that there are no pending driveablilty issues. Otherwise, it starts, accelerated, turns, and stops as it should. Things like front brake rotors, wheel bearings, alternator, water pump, belts, throttle position sensor, EEC relay, fuel pump relay, power steering pump and hi pressure hose, steering gearbox rebuild, aluminized y-pipe exhaust / muffler / tailpipe, and other countless things have been done within the last 6-8 years when there was very little annual mileage accumulated. In the last four years it has become increasingly clear that we simply no longer have a need for this car. I have no intention of giving it a way or donating it. NADA lists the low retail for this car at a bit over $1,500. I believe this is still a good car with plenty of miles left as-is or a good platform for a restoration. "High" Mileage an Issue???Keep in mind that Crown Victoria's were used by most State and local police departments for the first 80-100K miles and then auctioned off as taxi's to go another 250K miles!! Also, the 5.0L 302V8 has been one of Ford's most durable. highest mileage engines ever!This LTD Crown Vic Country Squire LXwas Prolong treated in 1998 and has always had Mobil1. It runs smooth and quiet and does not burn oil!Want an '89 Country Squire LX with low mileage?See how this car compares in price and condition to an almost identical lower-mileage one:http://www.lemonfree.com/car/Ford-LTD-1989/2FABP79F2KX108425?utm_source=claz&utm_medium=banner&utm_campaign=claz&utm_term=2FABP79F2KX108425 Feel Free to Arrange to See our 1989 Ford LTD Crown Victoria Country Squire LX In-person (prior to the end of the listing) All winning bids / BuyItNow purchases are considered a binding contract based on the information and Terms of Sale included in the listing. Renegotiation, cancelation, or refund of any kind is not permitted for any reason with the exception that the automobile specified is wrecked / non-functional or otherwise not capable of being given into the possession of the lawful buyer. I have described the 1989 Ford Country Squire LX as accurately and in as much detail as I could think to include. None of the photos, videos, or descriptions are to be interpreted or meant to convey or infer any form of guarantee, warranty, or certification of the vehicle's condition. They represent the unedited conditon of the vehicle at the time of the listing and cannot insure against issues/problems/conditions that were not visibly apparent at that time or may develop afterward. However, this is still a 25 year old car. Payment of the minimum of a $500 non-refundable deposit must be made via PayPal within 72 hours / 3 days of the completion of the eBay sale. The 1989 Ford Country Squire LX must be collected within 7 days by the buyer with a photo ID to verify that the car has been released to the party contracted with through the eBay sale. If the actual buyer is unable to collect the car in-person, specific details will have to be mutually agreed upon for the release of the vehicle to another party. Details include the transfer of vehicle ownership Title and signatures on a Bill of Sale that will require the actual buyer's participation. I will not assume responsibility for any 3rd party, collecting the car on the buyer's behalf, to deliver the car in satisfactory condition to the buyer. Any collection of the car by person's other than the buyer are at the buyer's own risk.

Trim LX Wagon 5 Door

1989 Ford LTD Crown Victoria LX Sedan 4

1989 Ford LTD Crown Victoria LX Sedan 4

$4,500

Douglas, Massachusetts

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Condition: Used Exterior color: Brown Interior color: Brown Transmission: Automatic Fule type: GAS Engine: 8 Drivetrain: RWD Vehicle title: Clear Body type: Sedan Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty Standard equipment: Power Mirrors Air Conditioning Cruise Control Power Locks Power Windows Power Seats,Cassette Player DESCRIPTION: Looking for a great, reliable car for your home down in Florida? Did you used to own a Crown Victoria and love it every day? Or have you always wanted to own a vehicle so tough and reliable that American police departments have been using it since early 1980s? Well this classic 1989 Ford Crown Victoria LTD LX sedan is the car youre looking for! Its smooth, comfortable, reliable, tough; everything you want in a car like this! This car has been well maintained and garaged for most of its life! It comes complete with power seats, power windows, power doors, power mirrors, full sized spare tire, automatic headlights, and loads of other features! This car is clean! It has no rust or rot! The tires are in excellent shape. The interior is in great condition with no tears or rips! All interior features work except for the front central cigarette lighter. The radio/cassette player and all speakers work! The air conditioning is ice cold and is great no matter how high the summer temperatures get! In addition the car should pass inspection with no issues! Car is complete with original manuals and title. I bought this vehicle in March of 2014 as a temporary replacement for my pickup truck with only ~38,000 miles on it! Up until that point it was garaged for its whole life!It now has around 51,700 miles, but still feels and drives like a new car. In addition, we just put $1,900 into the car for a number of age related things. I have all the records since I bought the car available! We put in new front and rear shocks, new valve cover gaskets, new timing cover seal, and a new tailpipe. On top of that, this car comes with a number of spare parts the previous owner had purchased for it (seen in the attached pictures). Car also comes with a CUSTOM car cover for it! Other than that, most of this car is completely original! If you want a beautiful 1980s Crown Victoria that you can buy and drive, THIS is the car you want! Just hop in and start her up!!! NOTE: I mentioned in the vehicle description that there is an issue with the passenger door. The story behind that goes as follows: I drove the car to Tennessee to visit my girlfriend while she was on a mission trip. Her program manager sat in the passenger seat and put the window down, which got it stuck in the door. I didnt want to drive it home with the window stuck down, so I took it to a local mechanic. He took the door apart and was able to get the window back up, but I suspect he didnt line up everything within the door correctly when he put it back together. So the door sometimes wont open (You open it partially from the outside and then you have to pull the handle from the inside to open it), however it does work. The window motor hasnt been replaced, but they are pretty cheap, and it still works, however I wouldnt use it until it gets a new motor. If you have any questions about it, feel free to send me a message. I assure you that the door still opens and closes, and all it needs is the new window motor and to be put back together correctly. For additional information, reply to this ad or see: http://item.ebay.com/221632338471#ht_1980wt_912 ebmid: 221632338471

Ford : Crown Victoria LTD LX 1989 FORD CROWN VICTORIA LTD LX V8 FULL POWER FULLY LOADED

Ford : Crown Victoria LTD LX 1989 FORD CROWN VICTORIA LTD LX V8 FULL POWER FULLY LOADED

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New York, New York

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1989 Ford Crown Victoria Ltd LX Fully Loaded Full Power Everyday User 3rd Owner Call Mike with questions 917-969-6485

Ford : Crown Victoria LTD LX 1989 FORD CROWN VICTORIA LTX LX V8 FULL POWER FULLY LOADED

Ford : Crown Victoria LTD LX 1989 FORD CROWN VICTORIA LTX LX V8 FULL POWER FULLY LOADED

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1989 Ford Crown Victoria Ltd LX Fully Loaded Full Power Everyday User 3rd Owner Call Mike with questions 917-969-6485

Ford : Crown Victoria LTD LX 1989 FORD CROWN VICTORIA LTX LX V8 FULL POWER FULLY LOADED

Ford : Crown Victoria LTD LX 1989 FORD CROWN VICTORIA LTX LX V8 FULL POWER FULLY LOADED

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1989 Ford Crown Victoria Ltd LX Fully Loaded Full Power Everyday User 3rd Owner Call Mike with questions 917-969-6485

Ford : Crown Victoria Country Squire Wagon 1989 Ford Crown Victoria LTD Country Squire Station Wagon Woody 69000 miles Rare

Ford : Crown Victoria Country Squire Wagon 1989 Ford Crown Victoria LTD Country Squire Station Wagon Woody 69000 miles Rare

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Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

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Rare Ford Crown Victoria Country Squire Station wagon with Woody wagon trim. 69,000 miles, and just out of long term storage. We purchased this with several other cars from a dealer who had shut down his business several years ago and stored his remaining inventory. Most of them were 1970s and 1980s American Luxury and special interest cars. We did some work after pulling it from storage such as new battery, gas tank cleaned out, new fuel pump, oil change and other items. Other than that it is exactly the way it was when put away. Happy to answer any questions you may have. This old wagon is the epitome of 1970s & 1980s family vehicle and brings back memories of everyone that sees it! Terms: Sold as is Where is. Remember, no matter what the mileage/condition, this is a 25 year old vehicle that has been stored for a large number of years. There is no warranty. Buyer to pay shipping, although I have a good contact who can get you good rates. Example $650 to Southern California. Must be paid for within 5 days. NO PAYPAL. Good luck and happy bidding!

Ford : Crown Victoria LX Sedan 4-Door 1989 Ford LTD Crown Victoria LX Sedan 4-Door 5.0L

Ford : Crown Victoria LX Sedan 4-Door 1989 Ford LTD Crown Victoria LX Sedan 4-Door 5.0L

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Waldorf, Maryland

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For sale 1989 Ford Crown Victoria with 84,010 original miles with a 5.0 engine. Power windows, door locks, cruise control, power mirrors excellent interior and exterior with no rust spots. This car starts up and runs good the transmission will need to be replaced. If interested call AJ at (202)-270-0042.

Ford : Crown Victoria LX Sedan 4-Door 1989 ford ltd crown victoria 5.0 l v 8 1 owner original miles time capsule clean

Ford : Crown Victoria LX Sedan 4-Door 1989 ford ltd crown victoria 5.0 l v 8 1 owner original miles time capsule clean

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Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania

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This one here is for all you Ford fanatics that have been looking to go back to the days when vehicles were manufactured for comfort and reliability. It's my pristine, pappy 1-Owner 1989 LTD Crown Vic 5.0L V8 time capsule with just 56,000 original barn stored miles. Complete with an original title and all the books to go with it. Mechanically this car runs strong. Motor fires up without hesitation and sounds healthy through all the RPM's. Transmission shifts beautifully through all the gears with no funny shifts or slipping. Tires are like new Michelins with about 95% tread left. Drives well down the road. Steering feels good. A/C is ice cold. Has power seats, windows, locks and premium sound system. Fresh oil change done recently. Just an all around pure peach mechanically that has been well cared for over the years. Cosmetically it's just as nice. Paint shines like new in the sun with no dry spots or sun damage anywhere and is all original. Body is nice and straight with no door dings. Has a little scuff on the front bumper that has been touched up about an inch long. Absolutely no rust anywhere on the car. Underneath is pristine. Under the hood and inside the trunk lid look great. This is literally a pappy owned car that has been preserved in a barn for years. Vinyl top is in great shape with no tears or discoloration. Interior is as fresh as they come. No tears or stains to note. Hasn't been smoked in. Overall this is a true survivor of the old Crown Vics with the ultra reliable 5.0L V8 motor and it definitely shows. It has been meticulously preserved for the next Ford die hard to enjoy for years to come. If you have any questions please feel free to give me a call at 717-823-3349. My name is Zach. If you would like to have the privilege of seeing this rare peach in person please call and make an appointment. Keep in mind that although this is a very clean and beautiful car, it is a 1989 and not a 2015. A $500 non refundable deposit is due at the end of the auction. This car is being sold by Platinum Car and Truck Sales, LLC in Elizabethtown, PA.

Ford : Crown Victoria LX Sedan 4-Door 1989 Ford LTD Crown Victoria 5.0L V8, 1-Owner, Original Miles Time Capsule Clean

Ford : Crown Victoria LX Sedan 4-Door 1989 Ford LTD Crown Victoria 5.0L V8, 1-Owner, Original Miles Time Capsule Clean

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Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania

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This one here is for all you Ford fanatics that have been looking to go back to the days when vehicles were manufactured for comfort and reliability. It's my pristine, pappy 1-Owner 1989 LTD Crown Vic 5.0L V8 time capsule with just 56,000 original barn stored miles. Complete with an original title and all the books to go with it. Mechanically this car runs strong. Motor fires up without hesitation and sounds healthy through all the RPM's. Transmission shifts beautifully through all the gears with no funny shifts or slipping. Tires are like new Michelins with about 95% tread left. Drives well down the road. Steering feels good. A/C is ice cold. Has power seats, windows, locks and premium sound system. Fresh oil change done recently. Just an all around pure peach mechanically that has been well cared for over the years. Cosmetically it's just as nice. Paint shines like new in the sun with no dry spots or sun damage anywhere and is all original. Body is nice and straight with no door dings. Has a little scuff on the front bumper that has been touched up about an inch long. Absolutely no rust anywhere on the car. Underneath is pristine. Under the hood and inside the trunk lid look great. This is literally a pappy owned car that has been preserved in a barn for years. Vinyl top is in great shape with no tears or discoloration. Interior is as fresh as they come. No tears or stains to note. Hasn't been smoked in. Overall this is a true survivor of the old Crown Vics with the ultra reliable 5.0L V8 motor and it definitely shows. It has been meticulously preserved for the next Ford die hard to enjoy for years to come. If you have any questions please feel free to give me a call at 717-823-3349. My name is Zach. If you would like to have the privilege of seeing this rare peach in person please call and make an appointment. Keep in mind that although this is a very clean and beautiful car, it is a 1989 and not a 2015. A $500 non refundable deposit is due at the end of the auction. This car is being sold by Platinum Car and Truck Sales, LLC in Elizabethtown, PA.