Indiana State Police using unmarked Challengers?

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This is a first for me. An article from WTHR News (Ch.13) Indianapolis has a picture that shows a white Challenger with wig wags in the rear window during a traffic stop on I-65. So if you drive on Indiana interstates beware! I have seen white pickups (Ford and Dodge) and Mustangs
but no Challys up until now. I have hear reports of black pickup trucks (GM) as well.

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At least the Challenger has antennas. The Charger appears to not have any. (Unless it's out of frame)
 

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At least the Challenger has antennas. The Charger appears to not have any. (Unless it's out of frame)
As noted in a related thread, there seems to a a trend toward shark fin and hockey puck antennas for 800 MHz and higher frequencies.

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There is an unmarked charger that’s effectively a Christmas tree in between Indy and NWI that I see regularly. It has lights all along the bottom of the car. Which is not typical.

Thanks for the info about the challenger. I will keep my eyes peeled but I’ve never seen one.

Plenty of F-150’s and RAM’s to the point I’m used to them.
 

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There is an unmarked charger that’s effectively a Christmas tree in between Indy and NWI that I see regularly. It has lights all along the bottom of the car. Which is not typical.

Thanks for the info about the challenger. I will keep my eyes peeled but I’ve never seen one.

Plenty of F-150’s and RAM’s to the point I’m used to them.
F-150s, Ram, and Sierra's. Multiple colors, too. Every new crew cab truck I see, I count the shark fins. More than 1 and it's a LEO.
 

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White, black, and grey spotted along I-69 from Indy to Anderson over the past many weeks - challenger and chargers in the mix.

Also, I've detected no laser in some time (3 months?). Last week, there was confirmed K-band from a black unmarked, new Chevrolet (?model)... which I saw 2 days later with "hidden" disco lights on a pullover.

Often a mix of local and ISP in the segment I drive which varies day-to-day.

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I'm up in NWI, and in addition to the trucks (white, black, blue), on the toll road I see a lot of Chargers, explorers, and even an unmarked, blocked out Durango. My R3 doesn't really react to lidar, but I've suspected a couple of median sitters are using it when I don't get a hit. Lots of KA and K band though.
 

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