The Wisconsin State Patrol had some beautiful B4C Camaro’s back in the 1990’s. Supposedly they had 22 of these 1991 B4C Camaro’s, but I haven’t been able to confirm that.
The Chevy Camaro B4C package has heavier-duty (HD) features over a non-police vehicle as well as some options specific to the installation of police equipment. HD features include:
- Oversized front and rear sway bars
- High-output alternator
- Larger (in years after 1991) four-wheel disc brakes
- Separate engine, power steering and transmission oil coolers
- Certified 145 MPH speedometer
Most of the heavier duty option parts come from a combination of parts from both the regular Z28 and the racing and handling package of the special 1LE option list.
The B4C Camaro’s did not come with Z28 badges.
On the inside of the car you’ll find a Kustom Signals Pro 1000 Radar, a Traffic Safety Systems VASCAR Plus speed computer, and a red Code 3 Dashlaser with a 5-flash mirror on the dash. Not seen in the photo is a Federal Signal Signalmaster SML-2 deck light mounted to the headliner at the top of the windshield.
In the rear window is a red Code 3 Dashlaser and a blue Code 3 Dashlaser with the 5-flash mirrors. This is actually brilliant. Many law enforcement agencies put halogen lights in their rear window that flash an alternating ‘wig-wag’ pattern. These dual dash lights with the 5-flash mirrors produce 400 flashes per minute for a total of 800 flashes per minute. It would be like having a light bar mounted in the rear window instead of on the roof. There’s also a Radar antenna for the Kustom Signals Pro 1000 Radar.
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