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|A loaded 1987 Diplomat I found for sale online for under $400.|
|Another loaded Diplomat for sale, this one a 1988, also under $400. They sure are getting cheap lately.|
|Nothing special to tell about this 1986 Diplomat I found for sale online.|
|Marty Costello's 1982 Dodge Diplomat Police
Package. As he puts it, "My pride and joy. 260,000 miles and
still going strong!"
From Marty's Cop Stuff Picks
|The Cookie Volcano "Now Sound"
Dodge Diplomat. Cookie Volcano is a small recording company based in
Omaha. Apparently members of a band called "The Dependables"
(shown posing with the Diplomat) drive it around and honk the musical horn
at people. Oh yeah, the inspiration to name the group The
Dependables came from a 1964 Dodge Dart advertisement.
From The Cookie Volcano!
|A 1978 Diplomat that Mike Taylor found for sale online. At the time of sale it had 119,000 miles, and featured just about every option available, including p/locks, p/windows, p/seats, tilt column, and leather interior, all moved along by that familiar 318 V8. The owners were asking $800.|
|Another online advertisement photo. Thanks to Mike Taylor for pointing me towards these photos. This is a 1987 Diplomat, with all options and power all.|
|This one is a 1983, the ad said the engine runs great, car runs smooth, but the transmission needed some work.|
|Online ad. 1986 Dodge Diplomat. Can you tell I'm getting tired of typing in all the details, when they all sound the same?|
|For a change of pace, this ad was the newest Diplomat one can hope to find, a 1989. And what made the deal sweeter is that this one was a former police car. For $900, I'll take one!|