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1982 Ford Mustang California Highway Patrol SSP

1982 Ford Mustang Factory

Condition: Used
Make: Ford
Model: Mustang
Type: Coupe
Trim: Factory
Year: 1982
Mileage: 119000
VIN: 1FABP10F1CF213285
Engine: 302
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Tan
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Bakersfield, California, United States
Extras
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Description for Ford Mustang 1982

I am listing this 1982 Special Service Package (SSP) Foxbody Ford Patrol Mustang which is former California Highway Patrol (CHP) unit # 0559 for a friend who has some health issues and he is the registered owner of this vehicle. in 1982 “This Mustang Chased Porsches for a Living” and began its assignment at the the Solano CHP area office #365. This is one of 400 Mustangs that was purchased by the California Highway Patrol in 1982 at the cost of $6,868. These 1982 Ford SSP Mustangs were made specially for law enforcement use and the California was the first to use them. Once the Mustangs were received by CHP Motor Transport, its own police equipment was installed and they were unleashed to the streets as patrol vehicles.

There's is only a small number of these 1982, survivors which have been correctly restored using authentic and period correct equipment by the California Highway Patrol. This is a very rare vehicle and finding an accurately restored CHP Mustang in this condition is not easy. In addition this a fully documented SSP Mustang and its VIN number can be viewed at the Special Service Mustang.net web site where it’s VIN # is listed with all the verified 1982 SSP Vin numbers from the California Highway Patrol.Included with the purchase of this SSP Mustang is a Marti Report, original registration paperwork from California Highway Patrol in Sacramento California, a binder full of reports and memorandums between Ford and the California Highway Patrol.

In January of 2019, this Mustang/retired unit #0559 rolled across the Mecum auction block in Florida and was sold to highest bidder who currently resides in central California. A month later #0559 was strapped down in an enclosed Mecum transport hauler and made its journey back to California. Approximately five weeks later I drove #0559 to my home in Bakersfield where it received a complete CHP makeover. The meticulous transformation to 1982 began and after a few months #0559 became a mirror image to owners other 1982 SSP Mustang Unit #1234 which was featured in the 2018 California Highway Patrol and 2019 Emmy awarded video titled “My Christmas Eve”.

VIN # IFABP1041CF213285 #E870559

In 1982 these pursuit vehicles included the factory installed equipment from Ford.

  • 5.0 High Output ( HO) engine with two-barrel carburetor
  • 4 speed manual transmission.
  • Engine oil cooler
  • Transmission fluid cooler
  • Antistatic grounding straps to the hood and trunk lid
  • Silicone radiator hoses and aircraft-style clamps
  • 130 and 135 amp internally and externally regulated heavy duty alternators
  • Two-piece VASCAR speedometer cable
  • Certified calibrated speedometer 0-140mph (1982-early 1989).
  • Non-operational courtesy lights (safety feature)
  • Relocated rear deck release
  • Single key locking doors/trunk
  • Radio delete
  • 14”steel wheels with hub caps
  • Full size spare tire

This Mustang currently has the following equipment that was once used by the CHP:

Federal Signal CC-1 controller with a Federal Signal MP-2 siren, Unitrol wig-wag headlight flasher, Unity brand spotlights on the A-Pillar posts with red and clear lamps, rear-facing red and amber lights mounted on the package tray. A Motorola Micor low-band radio with General Electric Mastr Executive II Extender is attached to radio board in the trunk. Regency M-100 scanner was also added next to the Motorola Micor radio head, along with an electronically operated 12 gauge shotgun rack with three hidden gun release switches on a timer and adjustable 12 volt Roxter gooseneck mount map light. The Federal Signal TS-100 siren speaker is mounted on a heavy duty L-shaped bracket behind a cutout in the driver side front bumper. A heavy duty prisoner restraint eye bolt was reattached to the rear passenger side floor board. Red reflective strips of tape were applied to the outer door jambs for night visibility when the doors were open. An Antenna Specialist whip antenna mount is attached to the driver side quarter panel with a 66 inch whip antenna combined with a non-conductive laminate material whip clip bracket on the driver side roof rail. A 16 inch roof top antenna was also installed on the roof which is connected to the GE Mastr Executive II extender radio. Finally an animal snare was attached to the trunk lid pole clips, an Ansul fire extinguisher/bracket and first aid kit/bracket are tightly secured to the trunk pan with the correct fasteners.

Vehicle is located in Fresno California and Happy Bidding!