The Rijkspolitie was the Netherlands’s police division from 1945 until 1996, and officers famously preferred German Porsches for their patrol and response vehicles.

Silodrome brings us new images of this 1989 model, which is still fitted with all its original specs. Unlike any stock Porsche, the Rijkspolitie version is kitted with a siren, loudspeaker and blue flashing light mounted to the car itself. Dutch police were partial to using open top vehicles for their increased visibility, and in emergency situations, officers could stand on the seat and sign directions to other drivers.

U.S. auction house Bonhams is slated to put the 911 up for auction starting October 7, while the car is estimated to fetch between $101,000 and $168,000 USD.

For more car porn, check out Singer’s new Porsche 911 “Fiona.”

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