DETROIT – Chrysler Group is dispatching its Dodge Magnum sport wagon to the streets as the auto maker announces plans to make a customized version available for police use. The Magnum will hit the beat beginning in fourth-quarter 2005 as an ’06 model, replacing the Intrepid in that role, and is best suited for special service duty, such as evidence technician and K-9 uses, the company says. ’06 Dodge Magnum SXT police package. The special police package will include the 250-hp, 3.5L ...

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