POLICE CARS California Highway Patrol 1982 Ford Mustang SSP (the Porsche Chaser)

#Roadto100k We did it! 4k likes on the original California Highway Patrol video. We unlocked the 1982 Ford Mustang SSP Fox body 5.0. This thing used to chase Porsches for a living! Make sure you stay until the end of the video for a sneak peak at the next Police Cars installment

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40 thoughts on “POLICE CARS California Highway Patrol 1982 Ford Mustang SSP (the Porsche Chaser)

  1. Nick great video of this 1982, CHP Mustang. I restore these 1982-1993 CHP Mustangs, 1987,1989 and 1995, CHP Caprices and the 2002, CHP Camaros. My CHP restoration videos are on you tube and come out to see the CHP cars I restore for this interesting hobby with CHP cars.

  2. I think Nick – you guys are the masters of distracted driving – and the easier they make all that is going on – like an earplug audio to even audio visual eyeglasses to keep your hands on the wheel, or your gun. I think technology is on those that put their lives on the line everyday for me, and my community and a great investment. God Bless. Great stuff, I did a ride-along, and my Stepfather – only Dad I had – was a Police Officer – retired, since passed. I came home from the military – locked me up on the fake in a cell, and introduced me to the Chief. Service, and having a sense of duty is what I learned to give back to my community, and my country. I will never forget the sacrifice of every man and women on the front line, protecting me.

  3. Hey @NickOFFDuty, I’m not sure if it’s possible, but it would be really cool to show your OHIO fans some love! You should come up here and do an episode on one of our new Chargers with THE Ohio State Highway Patrol!! (Maybe when it gets warmer though, I know you like your Florida heat😂)

  4. No, "riding shotgun" refers back to the Old West and riding stage coaches. You had the driver who handled the reins, and then you had the guy next to you with a shotgun to protect the stage coach from bandits.

  5. No, the Dodge Charger Pursuit is NOT the equivalent to the 1982 Mustang SSP. Sure, today the current Charger is faster than the Mustang (probably even the V6 beats it). But in 1982 the Dodge Diplomat composed much of CHP regular fleet, with the Mustang being a special high performance interceptor that soundly outperformed the regular fleet. But now, the Charger composes of CHP's regular fleet, and there's no specialty vehicle that outperforms it.

  6. really neat to see it kept and all original. Just because of how old it is still don't really care for it, much prefer the later Fox body Mustangs in 87 onward. And of course the 98 and up Crown Vic.

  7. The term riding shotgun came from the stage coach days when people and money were transported around in a stage coach. There was the driver of the stage coach and someone sitting next to him with a double barreled shotgun. The person with the shotgun would “ride” holding the shotgun.

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