The police have always needed specialized vehicles to carry out their duties. From the patrol car to motorcycles, helicopters, and UTVs, vehicles are an important part of law enforcement.
The Denver Police Museum has assembled a fleet of original vintage police vehicles comprised of a variety of cars dating back to a 1930s Model A.
These vintage vehicles help educate the community about the history of policing. Many of our cars can be seen throughout the year at our many public events.
Interested in supporting the Museum in its efforts to restore and preserve our collection of historic vehicles? Do you have a vehicle you would like to donate to the Museum? Learn more about Ways to Give.
Officer Dean Christopherson reviews the police cars the Denver Police Department has been using for the past 50 years, including the new Interceptor.