Dodge

This album contains brochures of police package vehicles from Dodge.

Contributors: Please scan your brochures with at least a 150 dpi resolution. Please title the files as follows: year(four digit), make, model (unless contains entire line) and two-digit sequential number. Example: 1974ply03.jpg

Thanks for all the contributions!

  • Virginia (Private)
    7 years 9 months ago
    2005 Dodge Charger
    Thanks for your editorial, but I never asked. You must be the life of the party. Are you cute? All this impressive police car talk makes me frisky.
  • D Vaughn (Private)
    7 years 9 months ago
    2005 Dodge Charger
    The Massachusetts State Police have a few of these, apparently on a try-out basis. They look great in the Statie's blue and gray livery.
  • Car Guy (Private)
    8 years 3 months ago
    2005 Dodge Charger
    Our PD (Kingston ON) has been testing 5 of these as the crown vics get older. We also have a coupple Magnums.
  • 8 years 6 months ago
    2005 Dodge Charger
    Mate, these babes are awesome. Try pushing them and they are itching to go
  • eric (Private)
    8 years 7 months ago
    2005 Dodge Charger
    Just wanted to comment that the NYPD will purchase or has purchased about 15 of these cars for testing purposes.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    8 years 10 months ago
    1977dodge01
    I agree. This was my favorite model of cruiser above all the rest that I've driven. Before I retired, I was driving a Chevrolet Lumina. That vehicle would have to be the worst squad car ever in the history of our cities fleet.
  • 9 years ago
    2005 Dodge Charger
    I priced these out for our department and was quoted $26,900 for the Hemi police package. I can buy Crown Vics for just over $22,000. Anybody know if Dodge will be trying to compete with Ford fleet sales? I really would like to get these on the road in my community, patrol would love them.
    I need them to be priced at the current CVPI prices however.

    Sgt. Ken Pileggi
    Mukwonago Police Department
    Mukwonago, WI 53149
    (262)363-6436
  • GUNSLINGER (Private)
    9 years 1 month ago
    2005 Dodge Charger
    WELL WHAT CAN I SAY, THIS IS A FINE LOOKING VEHICLE (BUT) IF LIKE OTHER CHRYSLER PRODUCTS THEY SHOULD JUST AS WELL STAY ON THE SHELF. OUT OF MY YEARS OF SERVICE,(1973) OVER ALL THE FORD HAS BEEN THE BEST PATROL VEHICLE TO DATE. BUT WHO KNOWS DODGE MIGHT TAKE IT. I WOULD ALMOST LOVE TO TRY IT OUT FOR FREE, SINCE I RETIRED IN (1998) SOUTH CAROLINA STATE TRANSPORT POLICE.
  • G (Private)
    9 years 2 months ago
    1977dodge01
    best car ever made
  • wayne gray (Private)
    9 years 2 months ago
    2005 Dodge Charger
    Three sergeants looked at the photos and the brochure. We agreed we will never see them in the patrol fleet as district cars. Traffic on the other hand is gonna have a freakin' ball driving these puppies if and when!

    Sgt. Wayne Gray DSN 2716
    District 6
    St Louis Metropolitan Police
    4014 N Union
    St. Louis, Mo. 63015

  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    9 years 2 months ago
    2005 Dodge Charger
    340Hp???
    390Ft/Lbs???
    UNDER 4000lbs????
    this car will be more legendary than the furies and 9c1s!
    the only drawback is thier program price....you can still get a vic cheaper....and a typical family car has a real hard time outrunning a well trained officer and his P-71
  • J.J Walker (Private)
    9 years 3 months ago
    2005 Dodge Charger
    My friend,this is nothing like the Impala
  • donna (Private)
    9 years 3 months ago
    2005 Dodge Charger
    hi, im in the uk and im doing up a 73 oldsmobile as a highway patrol car. i cant find a vintage light bar around here so if anyone could help, please email me. i need one asap really preferably red and blue, cheap postage and it doenst have to be mounted.

    thanks loads.

    donna mrstimulus@hotmail.com
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    9 years 3 months ago
    2005 Dodge Charger
    has an eerie similarity to the Impala, no?
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    9 years 3 months ago
    2005 Dodge Charger
    They look sharp but the question is, how will they perform and hold up in fleet?