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Quick question - I recently purchased a 2007 SS about 5 mo ago with only 75k miles. I ran a carfax before purchase and saw the first owner was the Ontario ministry of transportation!

My question is, is there anything special about my SS given it was a Canadian government issue car (ie special add ons/upgraded parts that may not have been on a 'civilian' SS)???
 

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Quick question - I recently purchased a 2007 SS about 5 mo ago with only 75k miles. I ran a carfax before purchase and saw the first owner was the Ontario ministry of transportation!

My question is, is there anything special about my SS given it was a Canadian government issue car (ie special add ons/upgraded parts that may not have been on a 'civilian' SS)???
Nope. You could try contacting Kerr Industries in Canada. They are the police upfitter for GM vehicles. If anything was added outside of a regular production 2007 SS, they might have it by VIN. Otherwise, there's nothing different. A Chevrolet that is a GM manufactured car with police options will have a few other items a civilian car does not like the certified calibrated speedometer. A message will come up on the DIC when you start the car that tells you the speedometer is certified calibration. The RPO codes also identifies it as a 9C1 or 9C3.
 

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The 9C1 9C3 had V6 engines.

Run the VIN at Compnine or a local GM dealer for a full list of GM options.
Otherwise look for the upfitters label and call them to find out what they added to it after they got it.
 
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