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New CP Police design

Postby SPC » Sun Aug 05, 2007 8:25 pm

All I can is...very interesting. At first, I didn't know...but it's grown on me. It's definately visible, and in your face!

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Re: New CP Police design

Postby Respond Wayne » Sun Aug 05, 2007 9:03 pm

That Magnum looks like the one that Sterlmar in Belleville outfitted with tons and tons of lighting...

There should be some of my drool on the lightbar... :drool:
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Re: New CP Police design

Postby gogethimjohnny » Sun Aug 05, 2007 9:38 pm

Saw the magnum in Ontario yesterday.......................sweet.

CP Police have always had nice cars that stand out in a crowd. Love the "Railway Police" in yellow.

Although, being a train nut, I liked the older design with the steam train on the side of the door.

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Re: New CP Police design

Postby Respond Wayne » Sun Aug 05, 2007 10:03 pm

gogethimjohnny wrote:Saw the magnum in Ontario yesterday.......................sweet.

CP Police have always had nice cars that stand out in a crowd. Love the "Railway Police" in yellow.

Although, being a train nut, I liked the older design with the steam train on the side of the door.

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Re: New CP Police design

Postby CourtOfficer » Mon Aug 06, 2007 6:28 am

I don't really care what the car I drive looks like. I don't think most cops do, although I could be wrong. I like a well worn-in car, not for appearances but for the "ass-groove" factor.

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Re: New CP Police design

Postby Haweater » Mon Aug 06, 2007 8:57 am

CourtOfficer wrote:I don't really care what the car I drive looks like. I don't think most cops do, although I could be wrong. I like a well worn-in car, not for appearances but for the "ass-groove" factor.

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And bosses don't care nearly as much when you ding up an high miler than if you do something to the "new one". Not that I know from personal experience or anything.

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Re: New CP Police design

Postby railcop » Mon Aug 06, 2007 9:34 am

CourtOfficer wrote:I don't really care what the car I drive looks like. I don't think most cops do, although I could be wrong. I like a well worn-in car, not for appearances but for the "ass-groove" factor.

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That depends on who's ass groove your filling.........meaning some grooves are bigger than others..... never mind.



As for the new CP look, I'm not quite sure yet. Although I bet it will receive a mention in the Blue Line contest. It is distinct for sure.
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Re: New CP Police design

Postby SD_SC1 » Mon Aug 06, 2007 10:44 am

CourtOfficer wrote:I like a well worn-in car, not for appearances but for the "ass-groove" factor.

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:rolllaugh:
I'd rather put my own ass-groove in it. I hate buying a car that has someone else's ass-groove well-worked in already.

SPC wrote:All I can is...very interesting. At first, I didn't know...but it's grown on me. It's definately visible, and in your face!

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:banghead: That's not a Durango. It's a Dakota with a truck box on it.

Aside from that, while these are quite flashy, I'm still a big fan of the completely black Dakota that one CP member in my city drives. You'd never guess that it was a police vehicle until it lights up; then it's like a Christmas tree.
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Re: New CP Police design

Postby York » Mon Aug 06, 2007 10:57 am

It's just too much. Looks like a vehicle for a radio station.

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Re: New CP Police design

Postby Respond Wayne » Mon Aug 06, 2007 8:02 pm

SD_SC1 wrote: :banghead: That's not a Durango. It's a Dakota with a truck box on it...


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Re: New CP Police design

Postby devilwoman » Mon Aug 06, 2007 10:36 pm

FYI....SD, its actually not a "truck box" - that would be the cargo area of the truck. Its called a "truck cap".
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Re: New CP Police design

Postby SPC » Mon Aug 06, 2007 11:09 pm

devilwoman wrote:FYI....SD, its actually not a "truck box" - that would be the cargo area of the truck. Its called a "truck cap".


Hmm never heard anyone call it a "truck cap" before.... most people I know call it a canopy...
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Re: New CP Police design

Postby SD_SC1 » Tue Aug 07, 2007 1:38 am

SPC wrote:
devilwoman wrote:FYI....SD, its actually not a "truck box" - that would be the cargo area of the truck. Its called a "truck cap".


Hmm never heard anyone call it a "truck cap" before.... most people I know call it a canopy...


I have only ever heard be referred to as a 'truck box.'
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Re: New CP Police design

Postby devilwoman » Tue Aug 07, 2007 1:49 am

A truck "cap" is what they call it in the majority of 4x4 and truck accessory stores in the greater Hamilton, Halton, Peel and Toronto regions.
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