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dip300.jpg (17252 bytes) A very fast 1979 Dodge Diplomat wagon packing a 440 found for sale online with the following details:

1979 Dodge Custom 4-Door Station Wagon
Make: Dodge
Model: Custom 4-Door Station Wagon
Year: 1979
Mileage: 28541
VIN: GH45G8G168520
Price: $6,000 - Calculate estimated monthly payments

Description:
1969 440 HP with 6 pack intake, engine decked .010, bored .030, notch top pistons, crane cam, cloyes double roller chain, hi volume oil pump, dual remote oil filters, 452 heads decked .010, 214 intake - 181 exhaust stainless valves, mopar performance electronic ignition, 727 tranny B&M shifter, hemi clutch pak,

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Charles "Chasmania" Clark writes:

I thought you may want to include photos of my '82 Diplomat, the "Bismarck" in your great site. My Dad was the original purchaser and gave the car to me 11 years later with only 32K miles on it. It now has about 126K on it. It's a great car despite the characteristic design flaws. I've always felt very safe in this car.

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Clayton Pierce brought these photos of his car to my attention, and included the following commentary:

This one is a 1987 Dodge Diplomat (even though it says Plymouth on the grille) and also a former Greene County Constable car... and a Greeneville, TN city car before that. Unlike the Plymouth... this one is fairly low mileage though. Probably got somewhere in the neighborhood of 100 thou. Me and a friend had the bright idea to make a "Mayberry" Police car out of it... basically so we could get away with running police equipment on it. Probably the most attention gathering car I've ever owned... at a recent car show... surrounded by 20k plus dollar Chevelles and Corvettes and Roadrunners people converged around it and videotaped me running the lights and 'blipping' the siren. Current equipment includes Unity S-6 spotlight, Jetsonic lightbar (have blue & red filters but only run it clear on the road), Uniden VHF mobile police radio (I've got 800mhz trunking equipment too... but trying to keep this car sorta period correct), Fed Signal PA300 Siren/PA, Smith & 
Wesson lightbar switchbox, wig wag, tail-light flashers, Uniden CB radio, big 8 d cell maglight flashlight with holder clip, Setina flip down partition (cage), MPH K-55 radar unit, and of course the ubiquitous Smith & Wesson handcuffs clipped on the 
spotlight handle. The local law enforcement loves it... I think maybe I can get it in some DARE shows.


Web Page: http://www.442spot.com/cpierce/dodge/dodge.html

From Clayton Pierce

dip329.jpg (25165 bytes) A 1980 Dodge Diplomat spotted for sale online

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dip331.jpg (10145 bytes) A souped-up 1978 Dodge Diplomat spotted for sale online

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dip332.jpg (25245 bytes) A 1984 Dodge Diplomat SE spotted for sale online

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dip333.jpg (16004 bytes) A 1984 Dodge Diplomat spotted for sale online

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