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|A reasonably well-maintained retired 1987 Diplomat squad car I found for sale online.|
|This is a 1981 Dodge Diplomat wagon owned by Kai Inge Sletvold. These pictures are quite noteworthy. They are easily the best-angled photos of a Diplomat wagon I've ever received, and they highlight the unusual thinking that led to the older styled tail lights being on the same car as the newer styled grille. I suppose that the designers may have known the wagon was going to be cancelled, so why redesign the tail lights for a two-year run? Most interesting is that this particular car hails from Norway.|
|Bud Carroll's latest Diplomat, with vinyl top
removed, primered and ready to paint.
From Bud Carroll
|Anthony Churchill's beautiful 1979 Diplomat
named Sluggo. The full size photo is quite large, but as well-kept
as Sluggo is, he has nothing to hide from a good close look.
From Anthony Churchill
|Yikes! One of the most absolutely
stunningly beautiful Diplomats I have ever seen! This 1979 Coupe was
for sale on eBay starting at $6,000. Part of the description with
the listing read "Immaculate car! One owner, all original 2 door. 360
V8 engine, luxurious leather interior, sun roof, AM/FM 8 track, and more.
54,800 original miles. Runs perfect, no rust, never an accident. Perfect
and beautiful Diplomat model!"
|Another eBay photo. Pull up the full size image and you will see three Buddy L Dodge Diplomat toy cars. On the upper right, a blue Diplomat Squad, and the lower right a white Diplomat Squad and Red Diplomat Fire Chief's car.|
|eBay continues to be an interesting source of photos. Here was a framed photo of a late 80's Diplomat SE for sale. Someone who loved Dips very much must have done this, because as much as we like them, we don't usually treat photos of them the same that others might do for a Viper or exotic foreign sports car.|