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2020 Best Looking Cruiser Contest

Discussion in 'Police, Taxis, Ambulances, etc' started by AHBGuru, Jul 7, 2020.

  1. AHBGuru

    AHBGuru Active Member

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  2. Bearhawke

    Bearhawke Things happen for a reason

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    The biggest problme when selecting a winner is the Charger's lines either segue really well with the graphics of a specific agency or, visually clash.
     
  3. AHBGuru

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    Lots of times, they'll use LX wraps on an LD (or they'll use leftover Ford or Chevy stuff).

    For the record, Nebraska cheats, but I give large, loud claps of approval to my state's finest, the Wisconsin State Patrol, for finally acknowledging how sharp the Chargers are in this year's photo.

    Wisconsin, like most state agencies, has recently gone from mostly Exploder, with some Dodge + a few Tahoes, to Mostly Dodge, with some Tahoes+ the remaining Fords.

    The Hideously expensive new Exploders and Tahoes will make for a very busy 2021 model year for Stellantis Fleet - US.
    (Had to try out the new label for S&G's).
     
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    pug-man Well-Known Member

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    What the heck was Colorado thinking?
    Bad photo.
    What's the bag on the front?
     
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    georgef Well-Known Member

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    It's a face mask, so it doesn't get Covid-19.
     
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    pug-man Well-Known Member

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    Yes.... everything we do is now covid centric.
    Even our cars.
    Thanks for the reply.:)
     
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    I thought it was pretty clever, and a light-hearted way to remind everyone to Mask Up.

    It's nice to see some creativity that this "competition" seems to be generating. It's also surprising none of these agencies ever thought to use any legacy photos - certainly the CHP would've gathered some attention with their '69 Polara Pursuit, or Wisconsin here with their '69 Fury or '89 Diplomat Pursuits.

    We shall see !
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  8. pug-man

    pug-man Well-Known Member

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    The point of the photos wasnt to push masks.
    At least I don't think so.

    Save that for another day.

    At least turn the front wheels to the right so you can see them.
    Looking at the tread pattern does nothing for the photo. And ruins the stance of the car
     
  9. AHBGuru

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    You can't inject politics into this, and then try to deflect anyone else's thoughts away from it. This page is supposed to be apolitical.

    The photo competition is actually a charity event, and for that exact reason, my comments above stand. I would suggest contacting the Colorado State Police with any concerns regarding their photo submission.
     
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    pug-man Well-Known Member

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    Relax.
    I've injected no politics.
    You did.
    After the Colorado State patrol did it first.
     
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