How To Chassis Swap a ’66 Ford F-100 Pickup with a Crown Victoria Police Interceptor

The Crown Hick F100/Crown Victoria Cop Car Body Swap Gets Up and Running!

Tony Angelo and Lucky Costa, finish the build of their new, ultimate shop truck: the Crown Hick! They took a minty 1966 Ford F100 truck body and laid it onto the frame and mechanicals of a 2007 Crown Victoria Police Interceptor that has some serious suspension and exhaust upgrades. Once the guys get it all bolted into place and integrate steering, brakes, and throttle, they apply a Holley EFI system and MSD transmission controller to make it all run! Once together, they take it out for a serious shakedown to show off all the modern performance that is now hiding under that 1966 F100!

The Crown Hick Gets Supercharged V-8 Power

Watch the guys install a Vortech V3 centrifugal blower and add more than 100 hp. To get all this new power to the rear wheels, Tony and Lucky install a Ford Performance Trac-Lok differential to double their smoky burnout fun!

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