- "Nice car, Roy. Is it Department issue?"
- ―Cole Phelps
- "No. This is my sled. You can't been seen slumming it in a Nash if you're in Vice, Cole."
- ―Roy Earle
It is identifiable as a 1947 model, matching the hardtop version also available in the game. It is a two-door luxury car that always appears with a red paintjob.
The vehicle is main driveable car in the Vice cases, and is Roy Earle's private vehicle. He states that, as a Vice cop, he cannot be seen "slumming it in a Nash," alluding to the cheaper Nash Super 600 used by Rusty Galloway. Earle's car is fitted with a siren and a radio for police work. It requires a wider amount of turning space than the vast majority of other cars - virtually akin to service trucks. Therefore, take this on board during car chases.
- The Fallen Idol (cutscene only)
As a police vehicle, it is provided in every vice case