The Ford Crown Victoria may have been produced by the millions, but undoubtedly the rarest and most interesting of all the models was the 1992 Touring Sedan.
Obviously a nod to the growing popularity of performance-oriented sports sedans, the Crown Vic Touring Sedan offered an upgraded suspension, beefier tires, and dual exhausts for increased output of its 4.6L Modular V8 to 210 horsepower.
It also featured two-tone paint, BBS-style alloy wheels, and a special interior that added piping to the standard leather seats, with black trim replacing the simulated wood. Likely not what primary Crown Vic clientele were demanding, the Touring Sedan was discontinued following the 1992 model year, making it one of the rarest Crown Victorias, as well as Panthers of all time. If anyone sees one in the wild, send us the pictures.