This police version of a Power Wheels ride-on toy was custom-built by Rich Amore in Roseville, Michigan. Rich describes the project: "When I changed it to the Police Jeep, I added working flashing lights, a working siren, a 2" lift kit, and replaced the stock electrical system to accomodate a motorcycle battery." See his previous camo version (30K JPEG).
See also more Power Wheels Jeeps on The CJ3B Page.
This Tuff Ones plastic Transit Police Jeep has a similar look (but it's a lot smaller.)
Here's a collection of small diecast Police Jeeps in approximately 1:54 scale, made in China.
See a larger photo of the Road Champs Coyote Sheriff CJ (20K JPEG) seen in the center of the photo above.
Perhaps a standout among the China-made dollar-store diecasts, is this casting with hardtop, opening doors and detailed plastic base (and hatched grille...)
Slightly larger in size is this recent made-in-China Jeep with battery-operated flasher and siren, 3-1/2 inches (9 cm) long overall. It also comes in a fire department version (70K JPEG).
Similar in design is the Stomper Sheriff CJ.
This is a Road Steel Jeep, a newer China-made clone of the Japanese Buddy L tin Jeep.
And here's the one that started it all; the police version of the classic 10-1/2 inch 1960's Tonka flatfender. The Tonka No. 325 Police Jeep first appeared in early 1965 with the old body style and a hard black/white striped top mounted on steel posts. In the later 1965 and 1966 editions of the Tonka Look Book, the same model is shown with the newer body style and the molded "canvas" all-black top.
Thanks to Mike Albright for originating this page and providing lots of the photos. -- Derek Redmond
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See other Emergency Services Jeep Toys.
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