Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Stickseler, Feb 4, 2005.
i believe he could use 1 of those. i liek the caddy one, but the vette would be 1st pick
Well....the caddy is a little gay but the Vette or Camaro would work!
Now take a look at this picture for a minute. What do you see? I see a police car who #1 Double Parked #2 Parked in a handicap spot and #3 blocking a fire hydrant........
1974 Dodge Four Door Sedan, 440 Before Catalytic Converters Were Made, Cop Tires, Cop Suspension, Cop Shocks......
Fix the ashtray
WHERED MY POST GO !?
1974 Dodge 4 Door Sedan, 440, Cop Tires, Cop Motor, Cop Suspension
Fic the ashtray
Oh there it is
I don't know, consittering the amount of time the officers have too spend in the patrole car, a comfortable caddy just might be the ticket.
Most any of those would be a real upgrade from what I have now; but I seriously think my area of patrol would be dramatically cut down though. Even some of the paved roads I have to cover I wouldn't dare take any of those down.
Maybe something comfortable and 4wd -
I would pick the caddy. Might as well Patrol in style
Ellwood : So is it the new bluesmobile or what ?
Jake as he throws lighter out of window : Fix the cigarette lighter
The Cadillac CTSV would be my choice hands down. I'd Take one any day over a Vette or Camaro. With a few mods the CTSV can and does kick ass on both.
Who would write them up? Certainly no fellow officer.
Depends on the department. I know of a few that would. In fact, I know of one officer who wrote someone who lived down the street from him a ticket for tinted windows and she called supervisors asking how he could write tickets for it when his own POV had tinted windows. So the supervisor sent an officer to his house and sure enough, saw his POV had tinted windows and cited him.
wow, and here i thought all cops did other cops favors. I was at a dudes house the other day who said he was a cop for a nearby town, so i thought that was cool. Then he told me he worked nights, and it was like 7:30 at night. Then, i saw tons of beer bottles laying around and his breath reaked of alchohol. So, i hoped that he wasn't really a cop.
so the old saying ( do as i say not as i do ) isnt true for him!!!!!!!! yaya
Why not the 426 Hemi cop cars they made for a while?
supposedly ive heard the 440 magnum would be a 426 Hemi...dont know the reliability of the source its just what im told
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