Hearses aren't the only vehicles Lindberg has in his unique collection. In total, he has 17 cars and motorcycles, but those perfect for Halloween besides the hearses are an ambulance and a 2008 Crown Victoria squad car.
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After being widely available in 2007, the Ford Crown Victoria enters 2008 as a vehicle serving the fleet and commercial market. Still popular as a police interceptor or taxi cab, the 2008 Ford Crown Victoria notable presence remains unchanged since the 1998 model year as a mammoth four-door sedan. A tire pressure monitoring system is standard equipment alerting when one of the four 16-inch wheels suffers leakage. An interior providing 128 cubic feet of total passenger volume, a front bench seat allows up to 6 passengers to ride inside the 2008 Ford Crown Victoria. Power windows, locks and mirrors are found as standard equipment along with air conditioning. A spacious 20.6 cubic foot truck storage area supports the mentioned proportions of the 2008 Ford Crown Victoria cabin. Carrying the 2008 Ford Crown Victoria forward through determined rear wheel-driven performance, a 4.6 V-8 engine offers 224 horsepower backed-up by 272 pounds-feet of torque production. For 2008, all versions of the Ford Crown Victoria have the ability to burn E85 blended gasoline.