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    43lincoln reacted to Iceman56 in >Post your local PD/FD/EMS pics here<   
    I love the look of the utilities and F350. Hope you enjoy!





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    43lincoln got a reaction from 11john11 in The Mind-Boggling Classic Cop Car Thread   
    I may see it better but it sure doesn't look better.
    In regards to the CVPI not being classic enough, I feel privileged to see one here, everybodys getting chargers, explorers, and caprices. Yuck! I was little and I mean little, like slung over my dads shoulder little when I first saw a NYPD CVPI, that was when my family went to Radio City years back, we had just emerged from NY Penn Station and on the corner was a blue on white CVPI. Just another NYPD RMP, but it was my first and it was special to me. All I see today is caprices, chargers, explorers, tahoes, and what have you. But every now and then I see a Crown Vic just sitting on a traffic detail doing nothing but idling with the lights on and the rookies coffee in the center console. Just standing by to be retired. They are old to me, and to a lot of suburban departments with a lot of money and a hard one for the brand new 2017 Pursuit-tron 1000000 see them that way too. Call me bias or a fanboy all you want, won't change a thing.
     

     
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    43lincoln got a reaction from 11john11 in The Mind-Boggling Classic Cop Car Thread   
    I may see it better but it sure doesn't look better.
    In regards to the CVPI not being classic enough, I feel privileged to see one here, everybodys getting chargers, explorers, and caprices. Yuck! I was little and I mean little, like slung over my dads shoulder little when I first saw a NYPD CVPI, that was when my family went to Radio City years back, we had just emerged from NY Penn Station and on the corner was a blue on white CVPI. Just another NYPD RMP, but it was my first and it was special to me. All I see today is caprices, chargers, explorers, tahoes, and what have you. But every now and then I see a Crown Vic just sitting on a traffic detail doing nothing but idling with the lights on and the rookies coffee in the center console. Just standing by to be retired. They are old to me, and to a lot of suburban departments with a lot of money and a hard one for the brand new 2017 Pursuit-tron 1000000 see them that way too. Call me bias or a fanboy all you want, won't change a thing.
     

     
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    43lincoln reacted to 11john11 in The Mind-Boggling Classic Cop Car Thread   
    Interesting LAFD and LACoFD pics 



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    43lincoln got a reaction from 11john11 in LSPDFR General Discussion   
    1) A 1960s Mega pack
    2)'68 Plymouth Satellite
    3) Officer Malloy and Reed skins 
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    43lincoln reacted to FCVP71 in >Post your local PD/FD/EMS pics here<   
    I not only see them, but I work with them also :)
    Theese are the most common Hungarian police vehicles.





     
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    43lincoln reacted to SkillfulCorpse in The Mind-Boggling Classic Cop Car Thread   
    Heres some more old and new shots of the NSW Police here in Australia
     
    Note: the mustang and the HSV GTS are actually community engagement cars. They are still police cars and are fully equiped with radar, ANPR, ELS and all that jazz but they aren't used for any normal policework. The sprinter and the 2 cars in the second last photo are actual police cars however. The sprinter is a mobile command centre.





     
     
     
     
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    43lincoln reacted to FCVP71 in The Mind-Boggling Classic Cop Car Thread   
    Let's make this topic alive again :)
     
    Dodge Spirits with JetSonic lightbar (late 80's):
     

     

     
    BMW 3 with Aerodynic lightbar and top-mounted spotlight (mid 90's):
     

     
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    43lincoln reacted to Constable Lego in The Mind-Boggling Classic Cop Car Thread   
    Nano police 'car' in Lincoln Tunnel, NY. 

     
    Who wants to create this for GTA? 
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    43lincoln reacted to FlameAries in The Mind-Boggling Classic Cop Car Thread   
    Wow, it is interesting to find myself in a topic like this =)) It is me and my K5. Yes, it was sold and turned into a regular offroad vehicle. Now I have a new project. Chrysler Newport 1975 County Sheriff Florida replica =)))

     

     

     

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    43lincoln reacted to Draude in The Mind-Boggling Classic Cop Car Thread   
    Not sure if police helicopters count but I just love the classic LASD heli fleet
     


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    43lincoln reacted to FCV96 in The Mind-Boggling Classic Cop Car Thread   
    That's a Chevy Lumina.
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    On a more positive note, the NYPD held a memorial parade for the fifteenth anniversary of 9/11, with plenty of vintage RMPs on hand.  A fitting, and heartfelt tribute.


     
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    43lincoln got a reaction from 11john11 in The Mind-Boggling Classic Cop Car Thread   
    I may see it better but it sure doesn't look better.
    In regards to the CVPI not being classic enough, I feel privileged to see one here, everybodys getting chargers, explorers, and caprices. Yuck! I was little and I mean little, like slung over my dads shoulder little when I first saw a NYPD CVPI, that was when my family went to Radio City years back, we had just emerged from NY Penn Station and on the corner was a blue on white CVPI. Just another NYPD RMP, but it was my first and it was special to me. All I see today is caprices, chargers, explorers, tahoes, and what have you. But every now and then I see a Crown Vic just sitting on a traffic detail doing nothing but idling with the lights on and the rookies coffee in the center console. Just standing by to be retired. They are old to me, and to a lot of suburban departments with a lot of money and a hard one for the brand new 2017 Pursuit-tron 1000000 see them that way too. Call me bias or a fanboy all you want, won't change a thing.
     

     
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    43lincoln got a reaction from 11john11 in The Mind-Boggling Classic Cop Car Thread   
    I may see it better but it sure doesn't look better.
    In regards to the CVPI not being classic enough, I feel privileged to see one here, everybodys getting chargers, explorers, and caprices. Yuck! I was little and I mean little, like slung over my dads shoulder little when I first saw a NYPD CVPI, that was when my family went to Radio City years back, we had just emerged from NY Penn Station and on the corner was a blue on white CVPI. Just another NYPD RMP, but it was my first and it was special to me. All I see today is caprices, chargers, explorers, tahoes, and what have you. But every now and then I see a Crown Vic just sitting on a traffic detail doing nothing but idling with the lights on and the rookies coffee in the center console. Just standing by to be retired. They are old to me, and to a lot of suburban departments with a lot of money and a hard one for the brand new 2017 Pursuit-tron 1000000 see them that way too. Call me bias or a fanboy all you want, won't change a thing.
     

     
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    43lincoln reacted to propel in The Mind-Boggling Classic Cop Car Thread   
    Found some goodies while researching for a upcoming project

    Oops...

    Rapper Ice T posing against the side of a CPD Caprice

    Apparently the CPD sponsored a funny car in the 70's
     

    Dat door alignment doe..

    Chicago Police officers load a dead body into a squadrol during the July 1995 heat wave. Over 700 died in the city as the temperature hit 106 F (41 C) with the heat index at over 125 F (51 C). It was reported that up to 10 bodies were stacked in a squadrol at times.

    Once the squadrols went to the morgue, they were forced to wait a few hours in a line of 30+ squadrols from around the city to drop off their bodies. If the bodies weren't stinking by the time they were loaded they definitely were when they were offloaded.The morgue was forced to store bodies in refrigerated trailers due to the amount of bodies.

    To lighten the mood, someone thought it was a good idea to put crown vic hubcaps on this astro van...
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    43lincoln reacted to NicholasCage in >Post your local PD/FD/EMS pics here<   
    These are the emergency services of Ireland. An Garda Siochana (the national police force), Irish Ambulance Service, Irish Fire Brigade, the Irish Coastguard and RNLI (Royal National Lifeboat Institution). I went a bit overboard with the pics :D
    An Garda Siochana
     
    Ambulance Service
     
    Fire Brigade
     
    Coast Guard and RNLI
     
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    43lincoln reacted to NicholasCage in The Mind-Boggling Classic Cop Car Thread   
    Some shots of An Garda Siochana, the national police force of Ireland.














    Muhammad Ali arrives in Ireland! 

    A bit off topic, but I must give credit and praise to my nations police force who recently intercepted an Alien UFO. Stay safe.
     
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    43lincoln got a reaction from CG Blaze in The Mind-Boggling Classic Cop Car Thread   
    Nothing wrong with the west coast, but I'm taking it back to the Eastern-seaboard. 1990 Photo of a Mack tractor with the old NYPD bomb removal cage/trailer. The cage was several inches thick and was made of a wire steel mesh, something along those lines. 

    MTA Road Operations Crown Victoria

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    43lincoln reacted to Illusionyary in The Mind-Boggling Classic Cop Car Thread   
    Aha! Found some fantastic colour images of NSWPOL vehicles thanks to the New South Wales Historic Patrol Vehicles Facebook page. You wouldn't believe how hard it is to find them in anything but black and white.







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    43lincoln got a reaction from 11john11 in The Mind-Boggling Classic Cop Car Thread   
    I may see it better but it sure doesn't look better.
    In regards to the CVPI not being classic enough, I feel privileged to see one here, everybodys getting chargers, explorers, and caprices. Yuck! I was little and I mean little, like slung over my dads shoulder little when I first saw a NYPD CVPI, that was when my family went to Radio City years back, we had just emerged from NY Penn Station and on the corner was a blue on white CVPI. Just another NYPD RMP, but it was my first and it was special to me. All I see today is caprices, chargers, explorers, tahoes, and what have you. But every now and then I see a Crown Vic just sitting on a traffic detail doing nothing but idling with the lights on and the rookies coffee in the center console. Just standing by to be retired. They are old to me, and to a lot of suburban departments with a lot of money and a hard one for the brand new 2017 Pursuit-tron 1000000 see them that way too. Call me bias or a fanboy all you want, won't change a thing.
     

     
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    43lincoln got a reaction from 11john11 in The Mind-Boggling Classic Cop Car Thread   
    I may see it better but it sure doesn't look better.
    In regards to the CVPI not being classic enough, I feel privileged to see one here, everybodys getting chargers, explorers, and caprices. Yuck! I was little and I mean little, like slung over my dads shoulder little when I first saw a NYPD CVPI, that was when my family went to Radio City years back, we had just emerged from NY Penn Station and on the corner was a blue on white CVPI. Just another NYPD RMP, but it was my first and it was special to me. All I see today is caprices, chargers, explorers, tahoes, and what have you. But every now and then I see a Crown Vic just sitting on a traffic detail doing nothing but idling with the lights on and the rookies coffee in the center console. Just standing by to be retired. They are old to me, and to a lot of suburban departments with a lot of money and a hard one for the brand new 2017 Pursuit-tron 1000000 see them that way too. Call me bias or a fanboy all you want, won't change a thing.
     

     
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    43lincoln reacted to OfficerFive0 in The Mind-Boggling Classic Cop Car Thread   
    after doing my research on the mcdermott lightbar for an upcoming project, i found some pretty rad pics
    so heres a shit ton of them.
    (let me know if they're gone)
     

    heres the link to the page, if any of you are interested
    http://elightbars.org/forums/threads/high-rise-multi-level-lights.74355/
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    43lincoln reacted to SkillfulCorpse in The Mind-Boggling Classic Cop Car Thread   
    Then and now...
     
     
     
     
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    43lincoln reacted to Mikofiticus in The Mind-Boggling Classic Cop Car Thread   
    Here's part two of those historic LASD pictures







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    43lincoln got a reaction from Mikofiticus in The Mind-Boggling Classic Cop Car Thread   
    1918 Indian Motorcycle with machine gun
    Some good old blue and orange(pre-merger housing and nassau county)
    Old E.S.U./ Auxiliary E.S.U. ex-Civil Defense rescue
    School Safety Suburban 
     
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