Front View of White 2001 Ford Crown Vic at Goodwill Auto Auction

Low-Mileage ‘Police Interceptor’ Sedan Featured at Goodwill Auto Auction

At Ohio
Valley Goodwill, we’re original supporters of the Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle
initiative. Our passion for repurposing used goods extends from our Donation
Centers to our Retail Stores, and even to our Goodwill Auto Auction, where each
week we auction off donated used cars so others can fix them up, drive them,
and give them a new life. This week, our featured car is a 2001 Ford Crown
Victoria—the police interceptor version—and like all our donated vehicles, it’s
ready for a new purpose with a new owner!

Ford
introduced the full-size Crown Victoria sedan in 1992 and debuted the law
enforcement version in the same year. From 1997 to 2011, the Crown Victoria
Police Interceptor was the most widely used vehicle for law enforcement in the
U.S., Canada, and Saudi Arabia.

Like
the standard Crown Victoria, the Police Interceptor has a 4.6-liter, V8 engine
with a 4-speed, automatic transmission. However, the police version was
engineered with an oil cooler that allowed the vehicle to operate at higher RPM
without damaging the engine. It also offers a stiffer ride than the standard
model and comes with a black grille and black steel wheels.

Since
it was made to accommodate law enforcement, this sedan is comfortable and
spacious on the inside. It also has a roomy trunk, with up to 20.6 cubic feet
of cargo space.

Kelley
Blue Book users give the 2001 Crown Victoria an average rating of 4.7 out of 5
for its quality, reliability, performance and comfort. Best of all, this car
has just 86,416 miles on its odometer!

Due to
its popularity as a police vehicle, the Crown Victoria Police Interceptor has
been a feature in countless TV shows and movies. Don’t miss your chance to own
a piece of pop culture history—be at our Goodwill Auto Auction on Saturday,
January 25th to place your bid!

The Ohio Valley
Goodwill Auto Auction is held each Saturday at 10600 Springfield Pike in
Woodlawn, Ohio. Registration starts at 8:00 a.m., and the auction begins
promptly at 9:00 a.m.

When you drive
away with a vehicle from Ohio Valley Goodwill, you can feel confident that your
purchase is helping job seekers in your community. That’s because our
Cincinnati auto auction generates funds that support Ohio Valley Goodwill’s
vocational services for individuals with disabilities and veterans, helping
them to find and obtain meaningful employment. When you’re ready to get a
new-to-you vehicle, choose Ohio Valley Goodwill!

P.S. If you
have a vehicle that you don’t need anymore, donate it to Ohio Valley Goodwill! Ohio Valley
Goodwill is the place to donate a car in Cincinnati. As Cincinnati’s original
auto auction, we’ve built our entire vehicle donation and auction process in
house, which means there’s no outside (for-profit) auction company getting a
cut of the proceeds generated from the vehicle you donate.

We make it easy
to donate a car in Cincinnati because we accept vehicles in any condition at
our convenient drop sites, or you can
arrange to have your vehicle towed FREE of charge! Donating a car to Goodwill
is a good deed you can feel great about because the proceeds from your generous
vehicle donation will help someone go to work in your community. To get started,
fill out our online donation form today!

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