Police fleets all over the world have used recognizable vehicles in all shapes and sizes, from brands like Dodge, Chevrolet, and more. It's incredible to see how the vehicles of choice have changed over the years, with every department needing to find the perfect vehicle to fit their area and terrain. Greenlight has replicated many police fleet vehicles on a 1/64 scale, and Collectable Diecast has them available to become part of your collection or fleet of their own!
The 2014 Dodge Ram made a wonderful addition to the Ohio Police fleet, with three different engine options including a flex fuel, aluminum 3.6 V6 Pentastar, a 3.0 L V6, and a 6.7 L Cummins diesel I6. The 8-speed transmission, coil spring suspension, and high fuel efficiency were just a few of the many impressive features included in the 2014 changes. The police pursuit vehicle included the comfortable interior of the regular Dodge Ram, combined with the standard features of the fleet, such as a blue finish and Wilmington, Ohio department decals.
This impressive 1/64 scale replica by Greenlight includes every detail of the life-size vehicle, from the chrome grille in the front to the police lights on top. This Hot Pursuit 2014 Dodge Ram Ohio Police model is a great piece to add to any collection of fleet vehicles or impressive modern cars.
This third generation C-body Dodge Monaco became the black bandit police vehicle in 1974. Fixed headlamps and new sheet metal were part of the full model redesign to take place that year. A unibody platform housed a 360 cu in V8 engine that brought this vehicle to impressive speeds for the time. This 4-door sedan was used by many police forces, but even more used was the 1975 model as it had more powerful engine options and tops speed of up to 127 mph.
This 1974 Dodge Monaco Black Bandit Police model on a 1/64 scale is just another example of the impressive handiwork of Greenlight. Complete with police lights on top and painted in a deep black color, this model is an eye-catching piece to add to any display.
An aerodynamic design and a 5.7 L engine were just a couple drops in the pond when it came to what made the 1981 Chevy Corvette such a great vehicle. With 190 hp, this manual transmission vehicle could accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 8.1 seconds, which was surely one of the reasons it was chosen for use by the Waterford Police. Aesthetics were a major part of this vehicle's appeal, with cast aluminum wheels and a unique body design. Interior and luxury features were manifold as well, including things such as a lightweight fiberglass rear leaf spring, an electronic clock, and power seat and mirror controls.
Greenlight has recreated this 1981 Chevy Corvette Waterford Police vehicle on a 1/64 scale for collectors of all sorts to enjoy. Bright yellow paint gives this vehicle character, while decals and police lights give it authenticity and charm.
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