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Kuwait buys 150 Dodge Charger police cars

by David Zatz on

Kuwaiti representatives visited Chrysler in Warren to approve the design of three different types of Dodge Charger police cars, 150 of which will be exported to Kuwait. This was the final step of a procurement process begun nearly 11 months ago; the police version of the Charger has been available in the Middle East for around a year.

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The cars will be experimental models for around six to nine months, after which Kuwait may choose to order many additional vehicles.

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