By John Coyle
OK, the circumstances where I think you’d like to see a police car in your rear-view mirror are rare. Like maybe you’re being abducted, and you were able to let the car creep enough over the speed limit to warrant a ticket? Or maybe you have a think for cops and OKCupid isn’t doing the trick any more? Regardless, I don’t think anyone likes getting tickets.
But that doesn’t change the fact that the most wicked looking police cars on the road right now are made by Ma Mopar. And while the relatively common headlight profile might make them a little harder to make, these babies aren’t going to stay on patrol forever. And given that Uber is poised to destroy the cab industry as we know it, enthusiasts will hopefully be able to pick them up for peanuts years from now. I know I’ll be looking! Click on the picture above for a sans-logo, desktop-ready version of this super squad car!
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