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  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    9 years 11 months ago
    IN - Indiana State Police
    does the state allow troopers to take their cars home?
  • Daryl (Private)
    9 years 11 months ago
    GA - Euharlee Police
    Very nice shot with the covered bridge in the background. I'm assuming it's the same bridge that is one the door seal. Like the black-and-white design.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    9 years 11 months ago
    3. Show time - Saturday
    Where's the rest of the Batmobile?
  • JD (Private)
    10 years ago
    GA - Atlanta Police
    Is "307" the beat number and "28192" just a fleet shop number?
  • JD (Private)
    10 years ago
    GA - Rockdale County Sheriff
    Gotta love these wrap around style push bumpers. They just say: "If you run from us, we will P.I.T you!"

    The LEDs mounted on it are nice too.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    10 years ago
    NY - New York City Police
    odd lightbar for an NYPD regardliss of its A traffic Unit
  • Dan (Private)
    10 years ago
    NE - Otoe Co. Sheriff
    you want a dark car for at night because they cant see you, as for Officer Safety that is why you get the LED lights on the car.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    10 years ago
    TX - Dallas Police
    the new Impalas are NOT avilable with V8's for the police package. The 9c1 Police Package Impala's only come with the 3.9V6. The Tahoes right now are Going to the Tactical Teams and K9's with the occassional few going to some of the Patrol Sgts.

    The Hemi Chargers are only going to the Traffic Division. Mainly to Replace the old Camaros

    IF patrol gets the Chargers, they will more than likely get the V6's Everyday Patrol Officers in Dallas dont need the Hemis;
  • Jack (Private)
    10 years ago
    TX - Texas Department of Public Safety
    It was an experimental configuration done back in 1999. There were only a few of these cars. All-black cars were also tried out, but in limited numbers.
  • MCR (Private)
    10 years ago
    TX - Texas Department of Public Safety
    I'm almost 50 & have lived in Texas all of my life and have never seen this configuration. Where did you find it?
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    10 years ago
    NV - Nevada Highway Patrol
    Dark blue.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    10 years ago
    South Africa
    if its a cop car, then why is it tubbed and wearing skinnies up front?
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    10 years ago
    Germany - Ronnenberg Police Dept.
    uhmmm...don't think so. i think those are MBB-105s
  • Tony Sollecito (Private)
    10 years ago
    CA - Salinas Police
    It could very well have been a detective unit. At that time, the detectives drove the same police package Gran Furys as patrol, sans the lights & decals. The inside was set up identically to the marked units, and they had a red spot. At night, during overlap, patrol drove these white unmarked cars as well.
  • jim bear (Private)
    10 years ago
    NV - Nevada Highway Patrol
    That's a very nice photo. How do you call the colour, is it blue, grey or something else........?