Fully Restored 1991 CHP Crown Victoria - 80's Style Cop Car!
Blog Planet brings you a bunch of classic cars every week in addition to
all our other videos. Today we have something pretty cool and unique. A
fully restored 1991 For Crown Victoria a fully restored California highway
Patrol Police Car! A 1980's style Police Car.
This car is actually owned by an individual and not a law enforcement
agency. It has been fully restored to the police car it once was with
official decals, emergency lights, sirens, and even government plates.
The owner of the car did explain that it would be illegal for him to ever
drive this car on a street. it is for car shows only.
The car brought back a lot of memories for me of the old COPs TV show and
even childhood memories of the actual cars.
It's a lot of fun to see a car like this in person.
Stay tuned to Blog Planet for more classic cars and motor cycles of all
types throughout the year.
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1961 PLYMOUTH SUBURBAN SPORT 4-DOOR WAGON, RARE WAGON
CARRYING ON WITH THE FORWARD LOOK WITH CHRYSLER PRODUCTS, PLYMOUTH STYLING
THIS YEAR WAS, WELL DIFFERENT. SPACE AGE BIZARRE DESIGN FIZZLED SALES.
IN FACT, ONLY 3,088 OF THESE 9 PASSENGER WAGONS SOLD MAKING THIS EXTREMELY
RARE. THE FINS OF THE FIFTIES WERE GONE AND REPLACED BY A HORIZONTAL
TRAILING EDGE TO THE REAR. BOLD CONCAVE GRILLE FRAMED BY FRONT FENDER
SWOOPS HOLDING DUAL HEADLIGHTS RESULTED IN A ODD FRONTAL LOOK. FLASHLIGHT
TYPE TAIL LIGHTS ADDED ANOTHER DESIGN ABSTRACT TO THE OVERALL LOOK. INSIDE
THE DASHBOARD WAS JUST AS BIZARRE AS THE EXTERIOR DESIGN. THIS WAGON IS
POWERED BY A 361 CID V-8 THAT CAME WITH POWERFLITE AUTO TRANSMISSION AND
AIR CONDITIONING. NOTICE THE PUSH BUTTONS ON THE EXTREME LEFT OF THE DASH,
THE OBLONG STEERING WHEEL, AND THOSE LARGE GAUGE PODS MOUNTED ON THE DASH.
THATS A NICE LOOK OF THE ROOF WITH THOSE RIBS RUNNING THE LENGTH. THE
INTERIOR IS PERFECT AS WELL AS THE TOTAL BODY CONDITION. I DON'T THINK OF
THIS WAGON AS UGLY, I FEEL IT'S A HISTORIC PIECE OF AUTOMOTIVE DESIGN. A
DESIGN THAT DIDN'T SELL WITH THE PUBLIC IN '61, BUT ONE CAN MAYBE
APPRECIATE THIS PLYMOUTH'S LOOKS TODAY. Another original survivor brought
to you by 55lincoln. THANKS VERY MUCH FOR VIEWING.