Several years ago I got on a cop car kick. Here are a couple cars that I built back then. This one is a 1994 Crown Vic, and it was a real cop car. I had it painted in matte black and added the push bumper and lights. This one is a 1998 Mercury Grand Marquis. Mercury did make cop cars off and on over the years, but this was not one of them. It was a standard black Grand Marquis. I blacked out the grille and all the chrome, added the black wheels, push bumper and lights. Those two are long gone, but I just acquired this one. It's a 1988 Caprice and it's a real cop car. In '88, the cop car was the only Caprice available with a 350 cubic inch engine. Of course, it has the cop suspension, cop brakes and all the other goodies, including factory gauges, which were not available on the civilian Caprice. This car has never been in service and only has 30,000 miles on it. The original owner was a vendor of police equipment and used it as a demo car. The gentleman I purchased the car from was a police chief in a small town in Alabama. He only used the car in parades. The blue lights, wig-wag headlights, siren, radio, and shotgun rack all work.