This 1968 Plymouth Fury served as a semi-marked pursuit car for freeway speed enforcement by the Michigan State Police, known as Old Gold 361. It was the first car issued to the West Branch post, #36. It has a 440 cubic inch V8 that puts out 375 hp (25 more than non-police cars), a 3.23 limited slip rear end, heavy duty disk brakes up front and bigger drums in the back and a top speed at over 140 mph. It could do the quarter mile in 14.81 seconds with a trap speed of 92 mph.
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