Ontario Provincial Police 2011 Dodge Charger

Completed November 30, 2013

I was on a wiring and lighting marathon this weekend and managed to finish off 3 cars total. This was the 3rd and final one, which had acutally been in the works since the beginning of the year. Customer projects and my day job kept taking priority so this sat in my closet for the majority of that time. I managed to finally get a few hours to work on it, and get it completed. I'm keeping this one on my shelf for now, but it may go up for auction. You can always try your best offers too! As always, click the link for the jump to the full story.


Starsky & Hutch Gran Torino

Completed November 29, 2013

One of my last builds for 2013 and possibly for a little while due to some personal circumstances, this Ford Gran Torino "Starsky & Hutch" replica was lit up with a custom simulated rotating red LED beacon roof light, running lights, head lights, tail lights, and even includes a siren with a mini speaker mounted at the front of the car! Click the pic to make the jump!


Chevy SSR (Non-Police)

Completed November 29, 2013

This is just a basic lit-up project for the same customer who ordered the Starsky & Hutch. It features running lights, and custom UV Purple lights in the fog lights and interior! Click the picture for more!


2002 Chevrolet Silverado Custom

Completed October 31, 2013

I built this replica in between some other projects I had going on for a friend of mine who gave me a hand building my deck! This features green underglow, wheel well lights, headlights, taillights, interior lights, AND running lights! Oh! And foglights!


Northwest Territories Highway Patrol Chevrolet Tahoes

Completed August 31, 2013

A pair of 1/27 scale Welly brand lit up Northwest Territories Chevrolet Tahoes to add to the order of 8 non-lit units, these were customized right down to the decal design. Custom lightbars, lights, and accessories really take these over the top. The lightbars and body lights are all controlled by circuitboards which allow you to choose between multiple patterns. They're also wired for 12v, so you can hook them up to a power source and run them all day if you wanted! Check out the video here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hh0ZepwsWhY


OPP Chevy Tahoe - Unit 2-580

Completed April 5, 2013

This Stealth Ontario Provincial Police Tahoe with LED lights was created by Ryan at www.PoliceCarDiecast.com - It was completely stripped, painted, decaled, lit up, and reassembled. It features new circuits which mimic the exact flashes the real OPP Stealth Tahoes use, as well as many other custom details which is sure to make this one piece you can be proud to put on display. Check out the video here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qO3FtY383lg


Toronto Police Service

Completed March 8, 2013

Different from our normal OPP builds, this Toronto Police Service Ford Crown Victoria was reproduced to look as close as possible to the real cruiser. A lot of time and detail went into this unit, including the simulated rotating lights in the lightbar, amber arrow lights attached to the underside of the bar, rear deck lights, wigwag lights, running/parking lights, mobile workstation, dome light, realistic looking antennas, the real unit's #, and to top it all off a prisoner partition with working sliding glass. Build time was approximately 40 hours from start to finish. Check out the video here www.youtube.com/watch?v=zgqEbNuF9p0


Unit 2-147 - Sioux Lookout

Completed February 3, 2013

Here is an Ontario Provincial Police Crown Victoria created for an officer from the Sioux Lookout detachment in Ontario, Canada. This is a Welly 1/27 Crown Victoria, outfitted with LEDs and circuitboards which use the exact patterns the OPP Arjent lightbars use. Total build time was just under 40 hours with all of the wiring, drilling, light mounting, painting, decals, and more wiring! Check out the video here www.youtube.com/watch?v=TXqiy2CmXdc


O.P.P. Black and White Crown Victoria

Completed January 9, 2013

Our first build to feature a working spotlight, this 1/27 Welly Crown Victoria was fitted with BilBozo and OhioMike65 decals and then completely wired up with LEDs and 3 different circuits to control them. One for the wigwags, one for the body strobes, and one for the overhead lightbar. This unit also features a green lit up dash, parking lights, and a red dome light. Overall build time approximately 56 hours.


O.P.P. Stealth 2008 Chevrolet Tahoe

Completed December 11, 2012

This is a 1/27 scale Welly brand Chevrolet Tahoe diecast, completely stripped and remade into a custom Ontario Provincial Police Stealth unit. Featuring 22 Red & Blue SMD LEDs, plus wig-wags in the headlights and taillights, as well as an overhead red dome light, this Tahoe mimics the real thing and will have you asking "Is that real??" This was custom made for an officer of the Ontario Provincial Police force who drives one of these in real life.


Ministry of Transportation Ontario Chevrolet Impala

Completed December 2, 2012

A custom 1/32 scale Ministry of Transportation Ontario Chevrolet Impala, fitted with circuitboards, LEDs, custom decals created by us, paint, and even a self contained battery! There are absolutely no wires showing in this replica of the enforcers of Ontario's commercial traffic. Total build time was approximately 38 hours.


OPP Black & White Crown Victoria

Completed November 2, 2012

Finished up this 1/27 Welly Crown Victoria as an Ontario Provincial Police Black and White marked cruiser. This was a custom order for an officer in Ontario, Canada, and features the detachment name and customized car number. I've also added a radar unit and backlit laptop as this cruiser has a mobile work station as well! Wigwags are hooked up to the inside lights on the lightbar as well as the heads and tails, and the second circuit controls the outside lights on the lightbar and the body lights, this has 15 different patterns. Total build time approximately 40 hours.


2012 Ford Taurus Police Interceptor

Completed October 25, 2012

This is a 2012 Ford Taurus Police Interceptor concept was originally created as an Ontario Provincial Police Stealth Police Interceptor, but since the stealth markings were left off, it's now just an unmarked generic detachment Police Interceptor.


Ontario Provincial Police Detective 2012 Dodge Charger

Completed August 29, 2012

Inspired by a real life detectives Charger that I've seen driving around the area, this custom 1/24 Motormax diecast car started life as a blank run of the mill model, and was transformed into a work of art. Three different circuitboards control the wigwags, arrowstik, and red and blue LEDs. Each circuitboard has selectable patterns which are controlled by the press of a momentary switch located on the underside of the car. Tinted windows and custom silver metallic paint put the finishing touches on this replica. Overall build time was approximately 50 hours.


Ministry of Transportation Ontario Ford F150

Completed July 9, 2012

This custom MTO F150 truck was created with custom decals designed by PoliceCarDiecast.com. This replica features a realistic arrowstik with multiple flash patterns, as well as separate controllers for the wigwag lights and lightbar. Overall build time was approx 46 hours.


Ontario Provincial Police Stealth Dodge Charger

Completed June 25, 2012

This OPP 2006 Dodge Charger started life as a Welly 1/27 scale white police pursuit trim blank model. It was then completely disassembled, stripped, and repainted gloss black. A layer of clear coat went on, and then decals were applied. Another final clear coat layer was applied to seal the decals on forever! Custom circuitboards control all LEDs in this unit. Overall build time approx 43 hours.


Ontario Provincial Police ERT Tahoe Concept

Completed May 01, 2012

A concept Emergency Response Team OPP Chevrolet Tahoe with LEDs. Custom decals printed in gold on an ALPS printer by ohiomike65.com, this was a custom creation created for my shelf. I wanted to see what it would look like, so here it is! Check out more info and pictures by clicking the photo above.


Ontario Provincial Police Stealth Crown Victoria

Completed April 19, 2012

A stealth black Ontario Provincial Police Crown Victoria, this sneaky car has likely passed you by and you haven't even noticed, until it lights up that is! For a short time, here's your chance to own a fully lit replica of this unit simply by contacting us. These won't be around forever so get yours while they last!


Ontario Provincial Police B&W Chevrolet Tahoe

Completed Feb 19, 2012

A custom OPP Chevrolet Tahoe in the "new" classic black & white scheme. This was a blank white Tahoe, which was stripped, painted, and lettered up. Clear coat goes on all models after they are decaled so the decals will be sealed on for the life of the replica. Tiny SMD LEDs are used to simulate the real lights used in the units. You can check out all of our builds and the detail that goes into them by signing up on our forums and checking the Build Threads section.


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Our Customers
Amazing! Thats the only word I could think of to describe these cars. Got them today, to say the least the gift was well received. :)
Cant wait to see the Tahoe next!! You have a talent that is second to none buddy.
Thanks again!!

Cory - Ontario, Canada
WOW!!!!! Thanks again, SO MUCH APPRECIATED! It looks oustanding.
Marc, Ontario Canada
Ryan, so much detail, looks and acts, like the real cruiser. I'll be in touch for the black & white .. Thanks again
Paul, Ontario Canada
Hey Ryan,
He absolutely loved it and took all your business cards. Expect some retired officers to be giving you some business!
Thanks again!

Ryan, Ontario Canada
Hey pal! So we checked it out today and it looked great! Thx so much for the work! Good chance ill recruit you for another one down the road! The dome light, radar unit and computer were a fine touch! Thanks again
Sean, Ontario Canada
Arrived safe and sound. Thanks a lot again Ryan! Your work is even better in person
Ryan, Ontario Canada
There is only one word to describe these cars... "It's SICK!!!"
I knew I would love them from the photos already, but wasn't expecting such a high level of detail.
Newman, Ontario Canada
Its very well done! Very impressed. Thanks again!
Wade, Ontario Canada
After getting back to the shop and playing with the lights for a while, I must say your skills are incredible. That's some crazy workmanship!
Newman, Ontario Canada

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