Drive The Thin Blue Line in This 1968 Plymouth Satellite Police Car

Playing cops and robbers will be a heluva lot more fun when you're behind the wheel of this 1968 Plymouth Satellite police car. It looks like something that would have been right at home on the set of Adam-12; and it's up for sale on eBay with a current bid of just $9,520 (per this writing). According to BarnFinds, the seller doesn't say whether this is a clone that someone cobbled together, or if it actually patrolled the streets back in the 1960s. Judging by the engine—which doesn't boast the added muscle of most police vehicles—it's likely not an original. Either way, it still looks great. RELATED: See Photos of the 1972 Plymouth Satellite Sebring
Drive The Thin Blue Line in This 1968 Plymouth Satellite Police Car
This Plymouth has a 273 V8 paired to a three-speed manual transmission along with a giant red gumdrop light on the roof, a siren, and a spotlight. The seller is even including a box of donuts, because why not. It's fantastically old-school, and unlikely to convince anyone that you're the real thing—which is good considering law enforcement tends to frown on those sorts of shenanigans. The seller says it's in good condition and runs smoothly with a few cosmetic issues. There's a tear on the front seats, and slight scratches and dents. They also note a CB radio, although you'll have to hook it up if you want to start chatting with your buddies. RELATED: See Photos of the 1975 Plymouth Fury
Drive The Thin Blue Line in This 1968 Plymouth Satellite Police Car
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