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#4057346 - 04/09/20 11:52 PM Re: 2010 P7B [Re: a_d_a_m]
a_d_a_m Offline
3 Orange Whips
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Registered: 10/25/05
Posts: 26876
Loc: Cleveland, OH
I've never seen them on CVN and I too cannot find any in any online marketplace. I'm super stoked to have them.

I need to do some illumination work on the car. The left side reverse light is out, which is no big deal. But slightly more annoying: the Focus fogs were flickering on me on the way to work last night. I smacked the switch and they came back on without issue. Guessing it's just the switch, then, but that needs to be addressed now-ish.
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Originally Posted By JeffBoudah
As an affluent liberal, I choose $600 panthers because I have impeccable taste. Sure, I could have 4 teslas in my signature... But then I couldn't be a derp state optative infuriating a 20 year old internet forum to spread my lies amongst the 36 active members.
'91 LTD Country Squire (POTM Mar. '19) | '03 Marauder (POTM Nov. '10, Jul. '20) | 2010 P7B
formerly: '02 MGM, '04 MGM, '04 MGM v2.0, '04 MM, '07 P71 (POTM Feb. '18), '04 CVLX (POTM Jun. '19), '03 SAP P71

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#4057564 - 04/10/20 11:44 PM Re: 2010 P7B [Re: a_d_a_m]
a_d_a_m Offline
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Today, I started taking the wiper motor and cowl out of the '04 LX, planning to swap it into the '10 P7B (this was briefly discussed here before I bought the car).

Predictably, much like the rest of the LX, I found the wiper motor to be in crappy and corroded shape. I didn't feel very good about proceeding with swapping it into the 2010, which is not crappy nor corroded.

So, now I've got two Vics without functioning wipers, because I sure as [censored] wasn't about to go to the trouble of re-installing the wiper motor on the '04 today. Maybe I'll do that tomorrow.

In the meantime, I've ordered a new motor. Then again, it might just be the transmission/linkage since I can hear some sort of attempt at movement from the cowl area when I turn the wipers on. Who knows.
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Originally Posted By JeffBoudah
As an affluent liberal, I choose $600 panthers because I have impeccable taste. Sure, I could have 4 teslas in my signature... But then I couldn't be a derp state optative infuriating a 20 year old internet forum to spread my lies amongst the 36 active members.
'91 LTD Country Squire (POTM Mar. '19) | '03 Marauder (POTM Nov. '10, Jul. '20) | 2010 P7B
formerly: '02 MGM, '04 MGM, '04 MGM v2.0, '04 MM, '07 P71 (POTM Feb. '18), '04 CVLX (POTM Jun. '19), '03 SAP P71

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#4057648 - 04/11/20 03:23 PM Re: 2010 P7B [Re: a_d_a_m]
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Since you'll run it in the winter you should fluid film it! Again, nice ride Adam!
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#4057792 - 04/12/20 06:47 AM Re: 2010 P7B [Re: Davidzq]
a_d_a_m Offline
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Originally Posted By Davidzq
it appears that he has two passenger side boxes... The driver side box from factory is smaller, to clear the inertia switch.
Mine has an indent and therefore clears the inertia switch, and the lid for the driver's side box has a decal advising of the switch's function...

Originally Posted By Zmaze
Since you'll run it in the winter you should fluid film it!
That's the plan. Though, it's honestly clean enough that I could undercoat the whole thing and probably get away with it. Decisions, decisions.
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Originally Posted By JeffBoudah
As an affluent liberal, I choose $600 panthers because I have impeccable taste. Sure, I could have 4 teslas in my signature... But then I couldn't be a derp state optative infuriating a 20 year old internet forum to spread my lies amongst the 36 active members.
'91 LTD Country Squire (POTM Mar. '19) | '03 Marauder (POTM Nov. '10, Jul. '20) | 2010 P7B
formerly: '02 MGM, '04 MGM, '04 MGM v2.0, '04 MM, '07 P71 (POTM Feb. '18), '04 CVLX (POTM Jun. '19), '03 SAP P71

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#4058276 - 04/14/20 07:28 PM Re: 2010 P7B [Re: a_d_a_m]
a_d_a_m Offline
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Hitch installed!

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Originally Posted By JeffBoudah
As an affluent liberal, I choose $600 panthers because I have impeccable taste. Sure, I could have 4 teslas in my signature... But then I couldn't be a derp state optative infuriating a 20 year old internet forum to spread my lies amongst the 36 active members.
'91 LTD Country Squire (POTM Mar. '19) | '03 Marauder (POTM Nov. '10, Jul. '20) | 2010 P7B
formerly: '02 MGM, '04 MGM, '04 MGM v2.0, '04 MM, '07 P71 (POTM Feb. '18), '04 CVLX (POTM Jun. '19), '03 SAP P71

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#4059132 - 04/18/20 09:40 AM Re: 2010 P7B [Re: a_d_a_m]
a_d_a_m Offline
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The new wiper motor doesn’t work on high.
Everything else works.
I never use high, so no big deal, but I might go ahead and try to re-spline the OE motor so I have it around when this reman unit inevitably fails.
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Originally Posted By JeffBoudah
As an affluent liberal, I choose $600 panthers because I have impeccable taste. Sure, I could have 4 teslas in my signature... But then I couldn't be a derp state optative infuriating a 20 year old internet forum to spread my lies amongst the 36 active members.
'91 LTD Country Squire (POTM Mar. '19) | '03 Marauder (POTM Nov. '10, Jul. '20) | 2010 P7B
formerly: '02 MGM, '04 MGM, '04 MGM v2.0, '04 MM, '07 P71 (POTM Feb. '18), '04 CVLX (POTM Jun. '19), '03 SAP P71

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#4059182 - 04/18/20 03:31 PM Re: 2010 P7B [Re: a_d_a_m]
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Sorry I'm late to the party, but congrats on the new 2010. beer1 looks like a real honey. cool2
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#4059260 - 04/18/20 11:37 PM Re: 2010 P7B [Re: a_d_a_m]
a_d_a_m Offline
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Thanks, Grump!
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Originally Posted By JeffBoudah
As an affluent liberal, I choose $600 panthers because I have impeccable taste. Sure, I could have 4 teslas in my signature... But then I couldn't be a derp state optative infuriating a 20 year old internet forum to spread my lies amongst the 36 active members.
'91 LTD Country Squire (POTM Mar. '19) | '03 Marauder (POTM Nov. '10, Jul. '20) | 2010 P7B
formerly: '02 MGM, '04 MGM, '04 MGM v2.0, '04 MM, '07 P71 (POTM Feb. '18), '04 CVLX (POTM Jun. '19), '03 SAP P71

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#4060678 - 04/27/20 04:32 PM Re: 2010 P7B [Re: AlleyG]
08crownvictime Offline
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Registered: 03/20/20
Posts: 41
Loc: kenner LA
Originally Posted By AlleyG
Those polycarbonate boxes are nice - you can store tools in there and see all what is in there since they are clear.

Al


So turns out I found a source who claimed to have two. I payed for them, gotta wait to see if they show up and if they are whats pictured like Adams car. Here goes something....
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#4061456 - 05/02/20 08:21 PM Re: 2010 P7B [Re: a_d_a_m]
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Nice looking ride, congrats!
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#4062226 - 05/07/20 10:17 PM Re: 2010 P7B [Re: a_d_a_m]
08crownvictime Offline
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Registered: 03/20/20
Posts: 41
Loc: kenner LA
One more question about those boxes. I found a drivers side box, the narrow tall one. Can anyone tell me or maybe Adam, how the hell this ting mounts? I got it second hand and it came just as the box.
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#4073198 - 08/05/20 07:43 PM Re: 2010 P7B [Re: a_d_a_m]
a_d_a_m Offline
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Posts: 26876
Loc: Cleveland, OH
I just saw that post, 08CVtime...if I think of it, I'll pop the trunk and take a look.




Tint!

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Originally Posted By JeffBoudah
As an affluent liberal, I choose $600 panthers because I have impeccable taste. Sure, I could have 4 teslas in my signature... But then I couldn't be a derp state optative infuriating a 20 year old internet forum to spread my lies amongst the 36 active members.
'91 LTD Country Squire (POTM Mar. '19) | '03 Marauder (POTM Nov. '10, Jul. '20) | 2010 P7B
formerly: '02 MGM, '04 MGM, '04 MGM v2.0, '04 MM, '07 P71 (POTM Feb. '18), '04 CVLX (POTM Jun. '19), '03 SAP P71

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#4073302 - 08/06/20 05:16 PM Re: 2010 P7B [Re: a_d_a_m]
a_d_a_m Offline
3 Orange Whips
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Registered: 10/25/05
Posts: 26876
Loc: Cleveland, OH


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Originally Posted By JeffBoudah
As an affluent liberal, I choose $600 panthers because I have impeccable taste. Sure, I could have 4 teslas in my signature... But then I couldn't be a derp state optative infuriating a 20 year old internet forum to spread my lies amongst the 36 active members.
'91 LTD Country Squire (POTM Mar. '19) | '03 Marauder (POTM Nov. '10, Jul. '20) | 2010 P7B
formerly: '02 MGM, '04 MGM, '04 MGM v2.0, '04 MM, '07 P71 (POTM Feb. '18), '04 CVLX (POTM Jun. '19), '03 SAP P71

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#4073326 - 08/06/20 08:40 PM Re: 2010 P7B [Re: a_d_a_m]
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no replacement for displacement
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tint does wonders and looks better on every panther smile
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#4084236 - 11/13/20 08:51 PM Re: 2010 P7B [Re: a_d_a_m]
a_d_a_m Offline
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Registered: 10/25/05
Posts: 26876
Loc: Cleveland, OH
The poverty is real. These snow tires make the car look and drive like the vomit comet it is.




I really would like some '06+ civvy bench seats for this thing, but then that = also installing carpet...and I don't want to gussy this thing up that much, do I?
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Originally Posted By JeffBoudah
As an affluent liberal, I choose $600 panthers because I have impeccable taste. Sure, I could have 4 teslas in my signature... But then I couldn't be a derp state optative infuriating a 20 year old internet forum to spread my lies amongst the 36 active members.
'91 LTD Country Squire (POTM Mar. '19) | '03 Marauder (POTM Nov. '10, Jul. '20) | 2010 P7B
formerly: '02 MGM, '04 MGM, '04 MGM v2.0, '04 MM, '07 P71 (POTM Feb. '18), '04 CVLX (POTM Jun. '19), '03 SAP P71

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