Howdy, everyone! Man, reading all this stuff about squad cars makes me really miss my old '85 ex. NHP Gran Fury. Bought it with 83,000 on it and had it 'till over 500,000 miles on the clock. No foolin'! Original motor, too. Reliable 318 4 bbl., A999 and 2.94's. I had to re build the tranny once due to a bad pump, and went thru three Q-Jets due to junky California gas. Even in it's faded out Earl Shieb paint, she still scared the bejeezus out of countless motorists who would always either quickly put on their seat belts, or check to make sure they were on. Cars wouldn't pass me on the freeway, which was frustrating. It came with the original chrome spotlights and push bumpers which gave it an even more scary look. She was fast for an m-body, I won't say how fast, but triple digits were involved. After several years of ownership, I re-did the interior. From the headliner to the floor, everything was either new NOS, good used-refurbished, or in the case of the headliner, new. Back then in the early to mid nineties there were tons of these cars, used, for sale in the traders, at auctions or in the salvage yards. Lots of them were still on the road as daily drivers, taxis and some were even still in active police service. I never had the sagging torsion bar problems that a lot had. Probably because she came from a completely flat state with no pot holes, and long, straight, deserted stretches of highways. No rust, either, because I'm told Nevada doesn't use salt on their roads. At least they didn't back in the day. Sure wouldn't mind owning another old Mopar squad. Any leads? Old Mopar squad stories? Mopar to ya!