Not worth the money. Thanks for reading!

Ok but seriously, I've always found Jada Toys to be a little overpriced considering the quality of their castings. And this 1/64 scale Ford Crown Victoria police car is no exception.

At first glance, this model appears to be nice. It really does. That's why I grabbed it without really looking. It was also the only Crown Vic police car in 1/64 available at the time.

Inspecting it a bit though, there's an odd flatness to the light tampo. I can't place my finger on why, but the headlights here just don't look right.

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The same carries over to the rear taillights. Though this is a small model so maybe I should let that go.

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There's something in the trunk but this is as far as it opens, so seeing what's inside is pretty hard.

The doors open as well, but again not very far. This photo shows exactly how wide they open.

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Inside we can see some detail, like the police laptop facing the driver seat.

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But that's let down by the fact that the doors don't even fit right! I'll spend more time looking at the outside of this car than inside, so more attention stuff like this would've been nice.

There's a nice amount of detail on the underside of this car though.

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The police car tampos are alright though.

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I have two major issues with this casting though, the lightbar is too far back, as you can see.

The other one I couldn't really take a pic of but it wobbles when it rolls. Like an axle is bent or a wheel is slightly derformed, I can't tell. But this car bounces up and down a lot. And for a model that costs 3.99 USD, I would've at least liked for it to roll properly.