Custom Police Cruiser
Debut Series 1969 Hot Wheels
Produced 1969 Only
Designer Ira Gilford
Number #6269


The Custom Police Cruiser was a car in the 1969 Hot Wheels series line-up based on the full-sized Plymouth Fury police car that was popular in the era.

There were prototypes of this car where the black is blue. When the car was first ran for production the front and back quarter panels were painted black

The star and the word "Police" on the side was Mattel's first use of a tampo on a Hot Wheels vehicle.


The Custom Police Cruiser has come out in the following 1/64 scale versions:

Year Series Color Sticker Base Color / Type Window Color Interior Color Wheel Type Toy # Country Notes / Variations Photo
1969 1969 Hot Wheels White and Black "Police"  Painted on door Unpainted / Metal White RL 6269 USA The first ones had Painted front and black fenders (black).

There were also prototypes where it was blue paint instead of black.

1969 1969 Hot Wheels Black & White "Police" Painted on door Unpainted / Metal White RL 6269 USA Red Transparent light

and Solid Red Light

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