This is the car for those who wants a bit of fun with their
classics. After all, a 1958 Ford Custom 300 dressed in full Tampa
Police livery is the kind of car that's going to get you invited to
everything from parades to charity events.
This one is believed to be a true Tampa Police cruiser, which is
always cool. Even without that, a '58 Ford is already a pretty
desirable car. After all, it's the best in post-war styling with
wraparound chrome bumpers, an extra wide grille, jet-inspired
taillights, and a wraparound windshield & back window. Plus, you'll
love the details like the full-length trim line with artful design
on the rear doors. And only heightening this vintage appeal is the
police livery. Proper decals on the doors, a spotlight, and three
red lights on top all remind you of a time when solving a crime
meant returning a homemade pie. And nothing beats the sound of the
old-school mechanical siren.
Inside, you have great-looking two-tone door panels, new headliner,
and two rows of bench seats with comfy cloth inserts. So we doubt
you'll be carting around any offenders in the back, but this
full-sized Ford has plenty of room to carry family and friends when
it's parade time. It's a little hard not to feel like Barney Fife
the moment you slip behind the classic Ford steering wheel and gaze
at all the classic police pieces, like the two-way radio and
Under the hood, this one looks ready for police business. This Ford
332 cubic-inch motor means you have V8 power to chase down trouble
and push it out of town. You'll love details, like the blue accents
and the "Interceptor Special" badging on the air topper. This is
even believed to be the original motor to the car. The V8 fires up
and runs with the kind of eagerness that it's ready to serve its
community. Plus, power steering and the column-shifted three-speed
automatic transmission give you proper control.
The sale comes with a shop manual and even a Tampa police code
book. You're not the only one who is tempted by this Ford's
authority, so hurry up and call today!