36 Amazing Colorized Photos of American Police Cars From Between the 1920s and 1950s

Here is an incredible collection of colorized photos from Willie Brown that shows American police cars from between the 1920s and 1950s.

1926 Kearny, NJ Police Vehicle
1932 Columbus, Ohio Police Car (a new high tech radio equipped cruiser)
1935 Ohio State Highway Patrol Ford
1937 Ford with large speakers
1940 Kansas State Highway Patrol Vehicle
1940 Michigan State Police Car
1940 Ohio Highway Patrol
1942 British Columbia Highway Patrol Ford
1942 Kentucky Highway Patrol Cars
1942 Los Angeles Police Vehicles
1942 Salt Lake City Police Hudson Commodore
1943 Grandview Heights Police Car
1946 Ford Deluxe of the Ohio Highway patrol
1948 Franklin County Ohio Sheriff’s Deputy
1948 Fulton County Police Vehicle
1948 Oregon State Police Vehicle
1949 Arnansas Pass, Texas Police Vehicle
1949 North Dakota State Patrol Pontiac
1955 Ohio Highway Patrol
1947 Pennsylvania State Police
Michigan State Police 1949
1957 Summit County, Ohio Sheriff’s Office
Alabama Highway Patrol 1952
Ohio State Highway Patrol 1957 Ford Fairlane
Lexington, KY police department 1950
Ohio State Highway Patrol 1948 Ford Super Deluxe
Madison Wisconsin Police & Fire Ambulance
Ohio State Highway Patrol Mobile Command Post 1950s
Missouri Highway Patrol 1948
Ohio State Highway Patrol 1954 Hudson Hornet
1958 Ohio Highway Patrol Plymouth Plaza
Joliet, ILL, 1957
Arnansas Pass, Texas Police Dept. 1949
Burbank, CA Police Department 1959 Nash Metropolitan
1943 Grandview Heights Police
1940 Michigan State Police

(Photos colorized by Willie Brown)

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