Famous Police Cars or Other Crime Fighting Cars
Like from movies and TV shows..,,
This is the Imperial Crown from the TV show The Green Hornet and it is really cool. It was from the 60s TV and it was from one of the first cop shows and it was kind of like the pioneer for police shows on TV. The star of this show was Bruce Lee and it was also a TV cult classic because it only lasted for one season.
Probably the most recognizable crime fighting vehicle ever imagined, besides of course the conventional everyday cruisers, the Batmobile is the ultimate crime fighting vehicle. Used in the Batman movies made by Tim Burton, its easily recognizable silhouette became synonymous with Batman and forever will be the car other crime fighting vehicles will be compared to.
This is the car that David Hasselhoff drove in the show Knight Rider which was popular in the 80s. It is a top-secret super "car" based on a Pontiac Trans Am known as the Knight Industries Two Thousand (KITT). In addition to being virtually indestructible, KITT possesses advanced artificial intelligence capable of accepting voice commands, as well as interacting with its operator and making decisions on its own. In fact, KITT's artificial intelligence is so advanced, that it has formed a kind of personality. This human characteristic has enabled KITT to gradually form a unique bond and partnership with Michael and the rest of the FLAG crew. Although his purpose is to fight criminals, KITT by nature is benevolent and compassionate. KITT is programmed in such a way that his top priority is to protect human life, and thus he does not utilize lethal force.
This particular car is a 1967 Ford Mustang GT. It is an exact replica of the one driven by Steve McQueen as Frank Bullitt in the movie "Bullitt." In that movie, McQueen was a San Francisco police officer and this Mustang was used in probably the most memorable car chase scene in cinematic history, chasing a black 1967 Dodge Charger R/T.