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dip131.jpg (7941 bytes) Unknown year Diplomat image brought to my attention by Mike Taylor.   Noteworthy about this car is that it is equipped with a "continental" kit: the spare tire holder on the rear bumper.  Not offered by Dodge, there are a few "M" Body cars out there equipped as such thanks to aftermarket options and items like this.
dip132.jpg (17879 bytes) A 1988 Diplomat found for sale online.  The ad did not specify that it was once a police car, but the dog dish hubcaps seem to suggest that it was, or that a previous owner tried to make it look like one.  No evidence of spotlights, removed door decals or push bar.
dip133.jpg (10945 bytes) Adam Taylor's most recent addition to his "M" Body family, a 1987 Diplomat Police Package.  Many more details on this car can be found by following the link below.
From Adam's Dodge Diplomat Page
(Registration)
dip134.jpg (49431 bytes) Bud Carroll's second police Diplomat and his dog, Servo.
From Bud Carroll
dip135.jpg (34195 bytes) Bud Carroll's third police Diplomat, which he drove for 125,000 miles with a cracked block.  While in his possession he painted it, put on new tail lights and grille.  The interior was perfect.  He sold it to a man who still drives it today.
From Bud Carroll
dip136.jpg (44947 bytes) This ad describes the Diplomat Wagon as "Fiendishly Seductive".  At least I always thought that description applied to the soccer moms that I know.
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These pictures were sent in an accompanied by this writing:  "This is a 1985 Dodge Diplomat, owned by an older Jewish lady who lives across from me. This car was her husband's until he died, after which she used the car as a spare (her other car is a 1988 Diplomat). after much urging from her family, she bought a new car (1999 Toyota Camry). she offered to sell me the '85 for under 1000.  I am still waiting on final figures. I am really looking forward to driving it after so many good things I have heard from this site. she is keeping the '88. I am only 15 yrs old, but I will spend the time till I can drive fixing it up and driving it with my mom."
From Merritt Burrus
dip139.jpg (23688 bytes) The source of this photo (an eBay auction) mentioned that the Fire Chief's car in the lower left corner resembles a Dodge Diplomat.  I tend to agree.
dip140.gif (70948 bytes) The Diplomat made its way on to the 1978 Chrysler Service Manuals.  If you look at the enlarged image, the yellow car on the right side, on the lift, is clearly the rear quarter panel of a pre-1980 Diplomat.
dip141.jpg (5353 bytes) A beautiful 1978 Dodge Diplomat photo found by Adam Taylor.  It reminded him (and me as well) of Farley -- in his better days.
From Adam's Taylor
 

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