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[REQ] New Westminster Police Department CVPI [MODEL] (British Columbia)

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I will get straight to the information:

 

Here are some videos. 

 

The lightbar is a CODE 3 X2100, please note how the directional lights are mapped to the rear middle spots and how they have to be turned on manually.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ONWItPX1v4k

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zK4JqlHI8CY

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y634QbQ4978&feature=youtu.be&t=31s

http://www.flickr.com/photos/vanisland17/6912639295/

http://www.flickr.com/photos/vanisland17/6912563701/

http://www.flickr.com/photos/vanisland17/6912643985/in/photostream/

http://www.flickr.com/photos/vanisland17/6912687297/in/photostream/

 

The pushbar is what makes the vehicle, along with the realistic amount of lights/placing. If the pushbar simply cannot be done, then please do not make an attempt. This is the only department in the lower mainland of BC that uses this model of pushbar (very strange).

 

As for a skin to put on the car, boneh3ad made one, although not the greatest it could potentially be. 

 

Edited by Forestrees1234

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I am making a New Westminster Texture Pack with CVPI, Tahoe, etc...

If you want new textures they should be released soon.

 

UNLUCKILY I'M NOT GOOD AT MODELING SO SORRY

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Have you checked out NickieBs X2100 CVPIs? 

 

Yes I have, it is very nice. I just wish that there was a rambar like NWPD, and with less grill lights. But it's very nice.

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Ooops, didn't post for some reason. 

 

Yes I have, but I wish it could have the wrap around pushbar like the NWPD has. With the intersection clearers and less grille lights.

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I'm suprised there are not more models available with that wrap around push bar, more and more agencies, in my state (Colorado), are using them every day, even the State Patrol is started to switch to them.

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I'm suprised there are not more models available with that wrap around push bar, more and more agencies, in my state (Colorado), are using them every day, even the State Patrol is started to switch to them.

 

It would be nice to have something with this wrap around pushbar with NWPD or similar lighting. It could just be named "LCPD" or something generic. Just something with this pushbar and realistic amount of lights.

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I may be able to do it. 

(I need to either get or attempt to make that lightbar though aswell as finish other things including my BPD pack before I can get started on this).

 

-Beckugan

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I may be able to do it. 

(I need to either get or attempt to make that lightbar though aswell as finish other things including my BPD pack before I can get started on this).

 

-Beckugan

 

Seriously?!

 

That would be incredible! Any other information you need ask me, I can easily head over to the main HQ and snap some pictures if needed but I think it's all there. If you'd like so we don't spam the forums I can start a private conversation with you.

 

Even if you cannot get it done, thank you for even replying that it could be done!

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Seriously?!

 

That would be incredible! Any other information you need ask me, I can easily head over to the main HQ and snap some pictures if needed but I think it's all there. If you'd like so we don't spam the forums I can start a private conversation with you.

 

Even if you cannot get it done, thank you for even replying that it could be done!

 

No problem man.

Just shoot me a PM and I am sure I can get to it at some point(like I said i havent got a clue on how Im going to make this lightbar but thats what experimenting is for). 

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