Well, looking back through the vehicle history, i noticed on all the receipts, it had the rego for the car when it was registered.. The car had personalised plates, with the owners initials then his birth date.
There are receipts for everything.. Services, from 10,000 to 80,000km's, clutch spring replacement, camber kit ($170! for the kit, both sides, and labour and tuning, it came to $350! was done at 80,000kays), clutch plate replacement, thrust bearing, etc etc.
So anyway, apart from the holes that have been covered up in the dash, there is no evidence to say it was a cop car. I know that it was a 5 speed from factory, as myford.com.au said so.. and i've never heard of cops having manuals..
The only other thing that could be, in relation to being a cop car, is that it was a detective/investogator etc that got it through the police force as his company/work car, and he had the radios, etc installed.
Anyone heard of cop cars (undercover) having personalised plates? Could the holes that have been covered up be from a mobile phone holder?
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