In 1958, while the NYPD would never abandon foot patrols--indeed, after 9/11, officers on foot posts seem to be everywhere--there was a new emphasis on high-speed response by officers in cars, mimicking the proactive philosophy of policing that grabbed a firm hold in places like Los Angeles and Dallas. In the NYPD, patrol cars weren't primarily for roving supervisors anymore. The average cop on the beat newly found himself with a partner patrolling a "sector" within a precinct. Ford got the distinction of delivering both the final two-door patrol cars and first four-doors used by the NYPD, the 1958 Ford Custom 300.

GC-NYPD-003 1958 FORD CUSTOM 300 NEW YORK POLICE CAR

$109.00Price
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