The West Virginia State Police Dodge Daytona’s

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In 1987, Dodge/Chrysler/Plymouth was looking for a replacement for the Dodge Diplomat and Plymouth Gran Fury which were scheduled to be discontinued in 1989. The 1980’s saw the introduction of the police Ford Mustang, and Dodge/Chrysler/Plymouth no doubt saw a potential opportunity. They sold the West Virginia State Police (WVSP) two 1987 Dodge Dayton’s (powered by the 2.5L turbo) for $1.00 each. Both cars were marked, but only one had a Whelen lightbar. The other most likely used a Whelen Dashmaster in the windshield. When the WVSP was finished with the cars, they were both sold back to the manufacturing for the original $2.00 cost.

Whelen Dashmaster strobe light that was likely used in the windshield of the slicktop Dodge Daytona.

This Page Is Dedicated To Trooper Larry Hacker:

 

(Trooper Larry Hacker)

 

Trooper Larry Hacker as a Cadet at the State Police Academy in 1988 or 1989 posing with a Dodge Daytona. Trooper Hacker died on April 9, 1993 as a result of gunshot wounds received while on a domestic call in Richie County.

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