• In this image taken Tuesday, April 23, 2013, a 1970 Plymouth Satellite police cruiser is parked on a downtown Seattle street while a Seattle Police Department officer Jim Ritter responds to a call. Ritter uses the vintage car as his everyday car and for community outreach for the Seattle Police Department. (AP Photo/Manuel Valdes)
  • In this image taken Tuesday, April 23, 2013, Seattle police officer Jim Ritter stands behind a 1970 Plymouth Satellite he drives while on patrol in Seattle's Westlake Park. Ritter uses the vintage car as his everyday car and for community outreach for the Seattle Police Department. (AP Photo/Manuel Valdes)
  • In this image taken Tuesday, April 23, 2013, Seattle police officer Jim Ritter talks to Jonny Galvis at Westlake Park in front of Ritter's parked 1970 Plymouth Satellite police cruiser, in Seattle. Ritter uses the vintage car as his everyday car and for community outreach for the Seattle Police Department. (AP Photo/Manuel Valdes)
  • In this image taken Tuesday, April 23, 2013, a 1970 Plymouth Satellite police cruiser is parked in downtown Seattle street while a Seattle Police Department officer Jim Ritter talks to the public. Ritter uses the vintage car as his everyday car and for community outreach for the Seattle Police Department. (AP Photo/Manuel Valdes)

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It's like throwback uniform days at the ballpark, only this happens every day and it's at the police station. A story and video by the Associated Press takes a look at Seattle police officer Jim Ritter and his 1970 Plymouth Satellite police cruiser (the Satellite was renamed Fury in 1975) – and yes, that's him above with the car, Ritter in his period-correct police uniform. As you might guess, this is one of those community relations efforts, but it's no show pony – the Satellite is