The perks of having a Mercedes plant in town, tuscaloosa county sheriffs and tuscaloosa PD each have a few Mercedes vehicles. Tuscaloosa PD also has a mid-2000's corolla and late-90's dodge caravan
Didn't find anything with search, so have at it. Let's see some cool and unusual police cars.
i still think its so cool that there's a Gallardo police car.
Not that uncommon, but still noteworthy.
Yes, that's a Hayabusa. Oklahoma Highway patrol apparently has a couple they use for patrol.
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Apparently some of the police departments around here have some interesting undercover vehicles.
(Supposedly) One has an old beater mini-van and one has a lightly modified (wheels, exhaust etc.) Hemi Charger
Other than that typical stuff; Crown Vics, Chargers (look pretty intimidating), Tahoes, Explorers, etc
Ever see a cop on a Segway?
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The most interesting cars are the cars seized by police and used for parades, shows, and community relations with a "seized from a drug dealer" or something like that.
The coolest ones I think are the highway pursuit cars which at times are a little faster then the city patrol cars.
A few RCMP Jaguars, a donated Audi A-6 behind it. These were a while ago.
RCMP Volvo S70 T-5 in Quebec. Manitoba had some as well. I remember doing highway speeds when one blew past me at incredible speeds.
And of course, Aspen Colorado's famous Saab police cars originating when AWD or even FWD was not quite as common.
Centre Island, NY:
The Volvo is briefly mentioned in this NY Times article: http://www.nytimes.com/2007/07/29/ny...9peopleli.html
Youre referring to the hoax email that's been circulating again.
I love cars, but the problem is they are like schroedinger's hobby. They're always in a quantum superstate of being both awesome and a huge waste of time and money... until observation momentarily forces them into one state or another.