Old Dallas Police Cars Find Second Lives In Amsterdam

Ever wonder what happened to some of Dallas' old squad cars--like the 1992 Chevy Caprice for instance?

We bet "party car" would be toward the last of your list of guesses!

If you ever find you ever find yourself in Amsterdam needing a cool ride to a party, you can rent the real thing complete with a driver in a Dallas Police Uniform.

Depending on how much you want to spend, we're told these guys will even handcuff you, throw you in the back seat and drive you to your gig with lights and siren blaring!

The firm advertises the experience as a "flashy, deafening, unforgettable experience" in the style of a big U.S. police department.

The cars are billed as "tough, stylish, individual, crazy, big, striking" and, of course, "American!"

So maybe it wasn't exactly what the city had in mind when they sold 'em, but the Dutch sure seem to like them!

We're told that more information will be available soon!

I got a ticket

..by a police officer who was driving a car from another state. I know what our local Florida cop cars look like, and this 'off duty' officer was driving a car that the state of Texas had gotten rid of. How can people like me who speed regularly keep up?


Is it time to shut this blog down? No new information; replies posted late. Like Kenny Rogers said sometimes we have to "know when to hold 'em and know when to fold 'em"!

[Ed Note: Yeah, I'm in school. There will be more when I finish my Masters :) ... oh, you're always free to fill in!]

I find this actually

I find this actually constructive, why not use these cars for this form of entertainment, I am sure there are a lot of people curious enough in having a ride in this car. It's interesting. I assume that the cars are in good shape and that they have the fog lights adjusted for Amsterdam's weather.

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New Home for Police Cars

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