The Mexican Federal Police has restored an original 1982 Dodge Diplomat from their fleet back to its former glory. It will be on display at the agency's headquarters. The Diplomat is from its now defunct mother agency Policia Federal de Caminos ( Federal Police Highway Patrol) It is currently awaiting the restoration of its Federal Signal Jetsonic lightbar. The agency ran three different Jetsonic configurations, the first was all red to the front with take downs, driver side rear all Blue, passenger side rear all Amber (This ones my favorite because its a unique configuration). They also ran a red outer with blue inners to the front with no take downs and blue outer with amber inners to the rear. The third was candy cane red/blue front and back. I do not know which configuration they will be utilizing on the Diplomat. I have attached picture of the late model Dodge that they used up until their recent color change and pics of units with all three styles of Jetsonics. Check out the Cool push bumper or as they call it " Tumba Burros!" (Translation: Donkey knock overs). Fun fact: The highway patrol did not use divider cages they had special brackets bolted/welded to the rear floor boards between your feet area, they would attach the arrestees handcuffs to them for transport. It was not a comfortable ride for the arrestee being in a forced fetal style position all the way to jail. I don't know about you but I like it!