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  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    10 years 7 months ago
    PA - Philadelphia Police
    Oh yeah. They're for real. These dopes will carry on for weeks as if it really mattered and never figure out how stupid they sound. You should go back and read some of the older comments where they would get into arguments with each other. It always appears to be the same guys too. They have no social life outside of their computer room so they come here and leave moronic and meaningless comments under a picture of a police car.
  • Ed Modlin (Private)
    10 years 7 months ago
    MD - Maryland State Police, privately restored
    Woo-hoo! The second cruiser I ever drove. (The first was a '68 Ford Custom).
  • Ed Modlin (Private)
    10 years 7 months ago
    DE - Delaware State Police
    I guess this is a couple of years before Delaware fell in love with unmarked cruisers. In the mid 60's, each station had one fully marked cruiser, one low profile, and all the rest were unmarked, in either pastel blue, beige or mint green.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    10 years 7 months ago
    PA - Philadelphia Police
    are you people for real???
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    10 years 7 months ago
    CO - Colorado State Patrol
    I like the plane better then the car
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    10 years 7 months ago
    US - US Unknown  Government agency
    its a NPS Park Ranger truck for Firefighting use.
  • jw (Private)
    10 years 7 months ago
    IL - Triton College Police
    Colleges and universities in Illinois are authorized by law to have police depts that have the same police powers as any other municipal police dept.
  • jim bear (Private)
    10 years 7 months ago
    Germany - Hessen Police
    Here you see a picture from Hessen; the latest cars in Nordrhein-Westfalen have smaller bars and smaller blue lights.
  • jw (Private)
    10 years 7 months ago
    PA - Philadelphia Police
    That is a good point that the car may have been involved in a crash and outfitted with replacement parts for a different model year. I remember a few years ago every time my dept would send a 99-00 CV to the body shop they always came back with a chrome replacement grill for a 98.
  • John (Private)
    10 years 7 months ago
    IL - Triton College Police
    Is this a real police department - or security...campus safety...no police powers?

    Just curious...
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    10 years 7 months ago
    PA - Philadelphia Police
    What difference does it make what year it is? Who cares?
  • J.Stein (Private)
    10 years 7 months ago
    PA - Philadelphia Police
    Also the 88 was the onley year that the CV came with a wide trim strip at the bottom of the car that ran from the fromt to rear bumpers. The 1990 was the first year that the CV came with a drivers side air bag although you can't see it in this picture. I belive that these wheel covers didn't statr untill 1990 but you can't place to much stock in wheel covers because trans will replace them with whatever is around, if at all.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    10 years 7 months ago
    PA - Philadelphia Police
    This is obviously a Plymouth Gran Fury (in script on the fender), but how can you tell what year it is? I think they pretty much looked the same externally from 1982 to 1985. 1986 to '89 cars had that little deck-mounted third brake light. Maybe a MOPAR freak here can enlighten us.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    10 years 7 months ago
    PA - Millbourne Police
    1984 , i think,,,i had an '84 as my first car.it was kinda cool or at least at 16 it was.
  • Roy H. (Private)
    10 years 7 months ago
    PA - Philadelphia Police
    Thanks, JJ. I wrongly assumed it to be an '88 because of the two 1988 deputy chief cars the fire department ordered.