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#1 TK826

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Posted 27 December 2010 - 09:24 PM

1968 Chevy Biscayne

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#2 Steam McQueen

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Posted 01 January 2011 - 02:01 AM

Ya gotta say as far as clones go, that the CPD Chevy is one of the best. Asking $9,500.

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M Squad graphics ... things of beauty.
Home - M Squad - Vintage Police Decals and much more...

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Here's a cool old cop car. According to Allpar there were almost 300,000 1953 Cranbrook's built, not sure how many of them cop cars but here's a survivor. Just 5 miles north of Talladega Superspeedway. :shock:

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Needs restoring..New never installed park light lens, plug wires, plugs, points, condenser, rotor button, distributor cap and 6 volt battery..Also Parts car to go with it...6 cylinder straight shift..WAS running when parked. $1,200.


1953 Plymouth Cranbrook Police Car

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Posted 07 January 2011 - 09:16 AM

And not to be outdone in the clone department are the folks in Concord, CA who have put together some amazing clones in the past. This 1970 Belvedere is no exception, she's a beauty. (magnet door decal not included)

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Correct Plymouth "Dog Dish" Hubcaps Installed. CORRECT Police Package 1970 Plymouth Certified Police Speedometer cluster, all instruments work as they should. NEW Tires. Dual exhaust which sounds great. Very unusual and unique Unity Lightbar with vintage Signal Stat rotator, vintage siren speaker, alley light and red/amber lights. Unity spotlight installed on driver's side A-Pillar.


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A civilian 318 but looking good at 41 years old. :eek:

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Posted 08 January 2011 - 05:26 PM

This particular LTD has shown up before. 1984 P39 5.0 - claims it's an actual cop car.

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Has all the Original Equipment. Siren works, lights work, PA System works, twin spot lights work. Rear cage Divider.

Not sure if it has a certified speedo or not, too bad he forgot to include that pic among the 21 he posted. ;)

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Posted 12 January 2011 - 11:05 PM

I noticed this Marquis before but didn't get around to posting it. I noticed it again today with a Buy It Now of $1,000 and someone scooped it within a few hours.

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1971 Ford Galaxie - Buy It Now is $15,500. ;)

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Up for sale is my 1971 galaxie 500 police package interceptor. This is a very nice example of a factory original numbers matching police interceptor. This particular interceptor was never in service as went to a private party when new. The original owner was a engineer with NASA and the car still bares his Nasa parking permits on the bumpers and windshield. The interior is perfect including the factory heavy duty police seats and 140 mph speedometer. The engine is the original 4 bolt main cobra jet witch is new with minor up grades. I installed a 460 crank during the rebuild.


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1978 Dodge Monaco - Asking price $799.

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Late 70's mopar 440 b-body monaco chp police car.......no drivetrain, project car.


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1974 Plymouyh Fury - Asking price $999.

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1974 Mopar Plymouth Fury police car.....440 h.p. complete drive train etc.....very rusty donor car only!!! All there but a goner for sure!!


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1969 Dodge Monaco (clone) - Asking price $8,500. ;)

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Excellent condition. Starts, runs and drives great. Strong 383 big block with new performance cam, mid-rise intake, 4 barrel carb, 3.73 positrac rear end (Yukon Gear). Dual exhaust with MagnaFlows and H-pipe. Power steering and A/C. Nice Pioneer stereo with Infinity speakers. Converted to electronic ignition. Optima yellow top battery. Small Autometer tach and water temp gauges.


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Posted 13 January 2011 - 06:20 AM

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1971 Ford Galaxie - Buy It Now is $15,500. ;)

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This is one of my all time favorite Cop Cars, of course behind the Bluesmobile. Would love to make a "White Lightning" movie car replica but 15K is way out of my price range.

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Posted 13 January 2011 - 09:32 AM

This is one of my all time favorite Cop Cars, of course behind the Bluesmobile. Would love to make a "White Lightning" movie car replica but 15K is way out of my price range.


That was a good movie and is the reason that I try to put Raised White Letter tires on all of my vehicles.
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Posted 13 January 2011 - 11:56 AM

That would make a great "white lightning" replica . It has the right interior color , but you would have to put a 4 speed shifter in it and leave the column shifter also . I had a 72 back in 87 that was a close replica , same chocolate brown but with a gold ish interior . Painted the wheels brown and put on some white lettered kelly chargers on it . Had the car for a year and 1 person realized what it looked like .
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#9 TK826

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Posted 13 January 2011 - 02:05 PM

Unmarked - LAPD
1978 Plymouth Fury

Laguna Niguel, CA

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1978 Mopar LAPD un -marked police car. e-58 360 4 barrel..... no rust daily driver till a week ago. motor needs work. Blue on blue.


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#10 Steam McQueen

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Posted 13 January 2011 - 08:48 PM

Would love to make a "White Lightning" movie car replica


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Gator McKlusky: Wimmen and the po-leece. :-P

YouTube - White Lightning - Trailer

There were a few '71 Ford's in White Lightning.

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IMCDb.org: "White Lightning, 1973": cars, bikes, trucks and other vehicles

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Unmarked - LAPD 1978 Plymouth Fury. Laguna Niguel, CA


I sure like the blue on that Fury.

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We see lots of old cop cars coming out of Laguna Niguel. The two projects in an above post ('78 Monaco, '74 Fury) this blue Fury, and he's also got this Dodge Aspen for sale ...

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1979 Mopar Dodge Aspen police car, e-58 360 4 barrel. Runs great, daily driver! Needs paint.


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I'm sure it's the same seller.

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Posted 13 January 2011 - 10:22 PM

Gator McKlusky: Only two things in the world I'm scared of
Sheriff Connors: Only scared of two things, what's that?
Gator McKlusky: Wimmen and the po-leece. :-P

YouTube - White Lightning - Trailer

There were a few '71 Ford's in White Lightning.

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Is that the one with the 4-speed?


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#12 TK826

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Posted 13 January 2011 - 10:45 PM

I'm sure this one must have passed through here before.

Re-listed yesterday.

1977 Plymouth Fury

Tempe, AZ

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360 motor many new parts. Siren pas System Cb Radio. We also have the magnets to make it Rocco's car from the dukes of hazard. It is signed buy John Schneider (Bo Duke)


$3000

1977 Plymouth fury (Police Car)


Same car:
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#13 TK826

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Posted 13 January 2011 - 11:14 PM

Here's one from Milwaukee, WI.

Not a true police car, but it looks like it would make a good clone.

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1976 Plymouth Fury Salon
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We have been driving it all around this summer. new brakes, new tires. Light gold velour interior is in very good condition. Large interior with lots of trunk space. Now has 24,700 original miles.

$2500

1976 Plymouth Fury Salon


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Posted 14 January 2011 - 12:57 PM

Is that the one with the 4-speed?


:-P :-P


Every time they showed Gator "shifting" it, it was a '71-'72 Mustang dash and console shown.

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Posted 14 January 2011 - 01:23 PM

Every time they showed Gator "shifting" it, it was a '71-'72 Mustang dash and console shown.

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I know,hence the ":P:P"

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Posted 15 January 2011 - 10:44 PM

And not to be outdone in the clone department are the folks in Concord, CA who have put together some amazing clones in the past. This 1970 Belvedere is no exception, she's a beauty. (magnet door decal not included)

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A civilian 318 but looking good at 41 years old. :eek:

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Nice engine! They seem to have kept it serviced well. That was one thing my Dad taught me when I learned to drive. He made me learn how to change a tire and perform basic maintenance on a car. His idea was that if I knew how to fix something if I broke down, he wouldn't have to come bail me out of a jam. Smart man my Daddy! Heck I even replaced the starter in our 1980 Ford Truck. My hubby was truly impressed with that. Once the cars got beyond my beloved Bertha, I'm afraid I wasn't too good at figuring out what went where with all that anti-smog junk. I made a quick sketch of what the starter looked like wired up and noted the colors and what not. I pulled the bad one out, hauled it into the auto parts store which is where I fortunately was when the starter gave out and proceeded to install the replacement. The only thing my hubby had to do when he got home was tighten everything up for me. I didn't have the proper tools with me to do it the right way but it got me home which then was a couple of streets over from the auto parts store. The only thing I know in the new ones is where to check the oil, the brake fluid and the anti-freeze LOL! Other than that, I'm clueless. There is no way I can change the oil in the new cars now. You have to have special wrenches to do that and I'll be damned if I'm paying inflated prices for a specialized tool!

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Posted 16 January 2011 - 12:10 PM

Nice engine!


Yeah....but it's only a 318....

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Posted 16 January 2011 - 01:55 PM

Yeah....but it's only a 318....


Okay so it's not a 440 plant. A 440 will suck back on some gas don't forget. As much as I adore the Dodge Ram 1500 trucks with the 5.9 cubic Hemi's in it, I couldn't afford to pay for one let alone put gas in the sucker!:BB:

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Posted 16 January 2011 - 07:22 PM

Okay so it's not a 440 plant. A 440 will suck back on some gas don't forget. As much as I adore the Dodge Ram 1500 trucks with the 5.9 cubic Hemi's in it, I couldn't afford to pay for one let alone put gas in the sucker!:BB:


Who said anything about a 440? I'd settle for a 383. :P


A 318 in that car makes it criminally underpowered.

Oh and BTW; a 5.9 "Hemi" is a 318....

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Posted 18 January 2011 - 03:37 AM

... a 5.9 "Hemi" is a 318....


I thought a 318 was 5.2L ?
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17 bids - $7,500.
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Sold!

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Someone shelled out the asking price of $15,500.
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1972 Fury - PK41U...

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Original forged crank 440 HP has been rebuilt and so has the HD 727. The rearend is an 8 3/4 3.23 open diff. The body and paint are done in correct VSP colors and the decals are authentic. There is absulutely no rust on this car. All of the police equipment are date coded VSP items. I'm looking for $13,000 but lets talk.


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