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Old 10-05-2012, 12:02 AM   #1
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Default Harley Davidson Police Siren

Located in Tucson

In working condition and in good general shape

I've seen them sell as hi as $650 (For Example http://www.ecrater.com/p/7548587/har...-vintage?gps=1)

Make reasonable offer and we'll talk





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Old 10-05-2012, 12:44 AM   #2
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I just wanted to say how neat that is.


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Neat wall hanger if your into Harley stuff. Many old style police light bars on the market. My question is what would you do with it ? Local departments practically give them away while flippers think they are worth 250-300 dollars. All I can say is best of luck with the sale.
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Old 09-15-2013, 01:37 AM   #4
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I know a few cops who have taken light bars and displayed them over their bars. I've also seen a few at shooting ranges, but unless you are a cop or cop junkie, I also don't see much use for them.
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I guess it depends on what you've got to trade? Anything good for a model T by chance?
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I know a few cops who have taken light bars and displayed them over their bars. I've also seen a few at shooting ranges, but unless you are a cop or cop junkie, I also don't see much use for them.
Some never get enough of " work " or the supposed glory.
The only " cop " item I would entertain is a patrol car I once viewed. A 1962 Chevrolet two door, highway patrol colors grey and black with crossed flags on the front fenders. I would assume it was a 409 with a column shift three speed transmission.
To " play " with one of those and get paid..... thats enjoyable work.
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Might be cool if you were restoring an old police or military Harley.

I don't understand the point of having a daily driver civilian vehicle that looks like a cop car. People around me already drive much too slow!
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Might be cool if you were restoring an old police or military Harley.

I don't understand the point of having a daily driver civilian vehicle that looks like a cop car. People around me already drive much too slow!
62 Biscayne / BelAir Grey with a black top in a post car...... Whats not to like ? Add the 409 and its instant classic muscle car. The colors are not exclusive to highway patrol. Reds and white are so popular something different is always looked upon as special. My 63 post car is silver blue and will remain with matching interior. With the 409 flags I hope no one mistakes it for a police car !


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