Sorry for the long wait, but here is the Interceptor Mk 2, also known as Leo Leonardo the Car, or Leo for short.
I got him for $630 from a guy about 100 miles from where I live. On the way home, I was laughing almost the whole way because of the little quarks, like how the headlights were damaged to the point that barely any light made it to the road. And the fact that my $630 car was passing all the new cars on the highway with ease.
It has a 3.3L engine in it with 196,500 miles on it but runs strong. The interior and some electronics needed a lot of work. I am replacing all of the seats with the ones out of the Mk 1, along with the center console, stereo, heater controls, light control, mirror control and Intake Box.
The gutted interior of Leo.
I have been working on the interior for the past week. Also, that front fender is going to be replaced.
There are a few things that are going to be added to make it into the Interceptor Mk 2. Those include Emergency Strobes, the pushbar I got from Pick-n-Pull, and the INP Logo.
I am deciding whether or not to put this on the hood of Leo or on the doors, of both. The INP SFC stands for InterNational Police Star Fleet Command.
The pushbar that will be placed on the front of Leo. Picked it off of a crown vic at the local pull a part for $20.
Leo is a fun car that has been beaten for a good time in its life, but will begin a new life as my car. I have learned my lesson about driving like a mad man on country roads.
Also, in case you were wondering, Leo got his name from one of the main characters off of VG Cats, mister Leo Leonardo the Third.
This little guy is where I got the name Leo from. I think I might contact the artist of the comic to get a larger image to make a bumper sticker with.