State Trooper Interceptor.

DAZ|Studio Transportation posted on Feb 16, 2022
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The San Andreas (GTA) Highway Patrol confiscated a street racers muscle car and put it to good, public safety use! I took the Retro Muscle car by Polish (DAZ) and modded it to look like a fictionalized State Trooper Interceptor. Sometimes law enforcement departments will be able to use confiscated cars and put them to good use. A lot of them end up being used in the D.A.R.E program, but every once in a blue moon, one comes along and it just screams interceptor! I used the engine from Tim82's hot rod, because it is just so well done!

Comments (5)


UteBigSmile 1:15PM | Wed, 16 February 2022

Fantastic new car for the Highway Patrol!

ksmith3620 7:38PM | Wed, 16 February 2022

Thank you!


TwiztidKidd 3:24PM | Wed, 16 February 2022

"Absolutely essential for any type of serious police work, huh?" ...that's from Miami Vice lol Cool concept car!

ksmith3620 7:39PM | Wed, 16 February 2022

Yep, I remember that from Miami Vice. Awesome show. Thank you!


Darkglass 5:48PM | Wed, 16 February 2022

Super cool Interceptor!...and brilliant work on all the elements...quality image and render..!! maybe next time the original police interceptor from mad max, the Ford Falcon XB Sedan 1974 "Max's Yellow Interceptor"...not the one everyone thinks of....

ksmith3620 7:38PM | Wed, 16 February 2022

Oh yeah, the first one! I'd have to find the model, but that would definitely be cool. Thank you for the comments as well.


Tim82 12:46AM | Tue, 01 March 2022

great looking render and thanks for the compliment about my engine :)

ksmith3620 10:29AM | Tue, 01 March 2022

Thank you! That engine is awesome. Great work on it and one of the best detailed engines out there.


Tim82 5:49AM | Wed, 09 March 2022

you are welcome and thank you, I really appreciate that :)

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