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Does Mass. SP apply a silver decal around the Vic's bumper trim instead of the actual chrome trim?

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4 hours ago, Lundy said:

Does Mass. SP apply a silver decal around the Vic's bumper trim instead of the actual chrome trim?

no, it looks like they use the trim, just silver instead of chrome

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15 minutes ago, OfficerFive0 said:

no, it looks like they use the trim, just silver instead of chrome

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That's chrome.

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On 5/30/2017 at 3:10 PM, Lundy said:

That's chrome.

 

On 5/30/2017 at 2:55 PM, OfficerFive0 said:

no, it looks like they use the trim, just silver instead of chrome

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On 5/30/2017 at 10:46 AM, Lundy said:

Does Mass. SP apply a silver decal around the Vic's bumper trim instead of the actual chrome trim?

 

 

MA Native here; The trim delete left in the front and rear bumpers of the Ford Crown Vic. P.I.'s from '01 to '11 was a space capitalized upon by the Mass. State Police in 2007 for application of new white high visibility reflective tape. All cruisers prior to 2005 did not receive this tape but every cruiser since has. Including the '13 - present Ford P.I. Utilities, their single '14 Chevy Caprice P.P.V., '15 Ford F-250 Super Duty XLT's, etc. So long as it was past the model year of 2006 it received the reflective tape. Because of the delete of the trim in the front and rear bumpers the M.S.P. had a great place to put the reflective tape. The cruiser that you have pictured is a '97 Ford Crown Victoria P.I. and by factory default has chrome trim in the bumpers as purchased.

 

Bellow is a photo of a '07 - '08 Ford Crown Victoria P.I. with not only the reflective tape in the bumper crevasses, but with white reflective chevron decals applied as well to the rear bumper. Application of these chevron decals began in 2015 and the policy was specified towards any cruiser that beared State Police identification. Thus low-profile cruisers which fall into the category of some sort of marked cruiser received the chevron decals as well. It's also worth mentioning that they received the bumper tape in 2007 with the other fully marked and semi-marked cruisers.

 

Just thought I'd give everyone some information here, I enjoy learning this stuff and educating others about it 😉

 

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'07 - '08 Ford Crown Vic. P.I. (photo courtesy: rwcar4)

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 '13 Ford P.I. Utility (photo courtesy: rwcar4)

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'09 - '11 Ford Crown Vic. P.I. (photo courtesy: Tyler Hampson)

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'17 Ford P.I. Utility (photo courtesy: Mass. State Police) 4 Photos showcasing new high visibility yellow reflective tape concealed by all 4 doors and the rear hatch lift gate

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'06 Dodge Charger (M.S.P. Historical Fleet and out of service) and '97 Ford Crown Vic. P.I. (privately owned restoration by John Biro) (photo courtesy: Sgt. Michael Slepetz (Bolton P.D. Ret.))

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