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  • Andy Taylor
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    Originally posted by Knight Watch
    I did not see this Ford one

    First Outa Road Ditch!!!!


    and the anti-ford

    Flip Over Read Directions

    F Over Rebulit Dotson

    Forget Out Runing Dale
    ------------------------------------------
    Die hard Ford Man myself
    Backwards:
    Driver Returns On Foot.

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  • Mall Director
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    Originally posted by BUCKSHOT
    Does anyone know what happened to ford with the rubber spot lights instead of the chrome? I kind of miss that old school chrome look.
    We have the chromies on our Forester.. Does that count? LOL

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  • Guest
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    A white Ford Ranger with some pimp amber strobes.

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  • investigator1usa
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    No patrol car at my new job site.When I worked for IPC we had a 2wd explorer that ran about half the time and when it snowed we had to run the mall's 4wd pick-up.

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  • davis002
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    Originally posted by BUCKSHOT
    Does anyone know what happened to ford with the rubber spot lights instead of the chrome? I kind of miss that old school chrome look.
    cost and visibilty... i assume. That's part of why they "de-chromed" all the p71s after 99'.

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  • BUCKSHOT
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    Does anyone know what happened to ford with the rubber spot lights instead of the chrome? I kind of miss that old school chrome look.

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  • Knight Watch
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    patrol car

    I did not see this Ford one

    First Outa Road Ditch!!!!


    and the anti-ford

    Flip Over Read Directions

    F Over Rebulit Dotson

    Forget Out Runing Dale
    ------------------------------------------
    Die hard Ford Man myself

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  • fatalflaw
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    lol nice chevrolet one :P

    and look at the bottom of my post :P I didnt forget first on race day lol

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  • Mall Director
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    Originally posted by fatalflaw
    or CHEVROLET
    - "Like a Rock"... sitting on the side of the road
    - "Like a Rock"... moves as slow as errosion
    or my favorite
    C)racked
    H)eads
    E)very
    V)alve
    R)attles
    O)il
    L)eaks
    E)ventually
    T)icks

    or Dodge aka MOPAR

    M)ostly
    O)ld
    P)arts
    A)nd
    R)ust

    Being a ford guy, there is another
    - Fully Overhauled Rebuilt Dragster
    - Frigen Owns Rickety Dodges
    - First On Race Day
    Or: C hews H eads, E ats V alves, R aces O nly L ittle E lectric T rains...

    Dont forget my favorite.. F irst O n R ace D ay!

    And because i know its not politically correct, the Pontiac one stays out of sight! LOL!

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  • Charger
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    Originally posted by fatalflaw
    ...or Dodge aka MOPAR

    M)ostly
    O)ld
    P)arts
    A)nd
    R)ust

    Being a ford guy, there is another...
    Uh oh... I can already tell that you and I won't get along..

    (Die-hard Mopar man... Mopar, or NO car!)

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  • fatalflaw
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    Originally posted by Mr. Security
    You know what they say....FORD
    - Found On Road Dead
    - Fix Or Repair Daily
    - First On Rust & Dust
    - First On Recalls & Dissatisfaction
    or CHEVROLET
    - "Like a Rock"... sitting on the side of the road
    - "Like a Rock"... moves as slow as errosion
    or my favorite
    C)racked
    H)eads
    E)very
    V)alve
    R)attles
    O)il
    L)eaks
    E)ventually
    T)icks

    or Dodge aka MOPAR

    M)ostly
    O)ld
    P)arts
    A)nd
    R)ust

    Being a ford guy, there is another
    - Fully Overhauled Rebuilt Dragster
    - Frigen Owns Rickety Dodges
    - First On Race Day

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  • warrior_oh58d
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    wow has this thread gotten off topic

    So my company has several different vehicles: New dodge dakota pickups, ford crown vics w/ police package and whelen blue strobe lightbars, Jeep Liberties, Ford E350 vans for prisoner transport & extradition, a ford escape, and the occasional ford ranger. I also use my personal vehicle for many sites i patrol, a 1999 ford F150 4x4 offroad w/ corner strobes and a cheap dashlight which i can change from amber and clear to blue an clear depending on the site i am working. We have nifty laws in nc regarding deputizing and since we have our own police dept, thats real police with full arrest powers, i frequently work sites as a police officer which is also how i am armed on state educational proberty (campus police).

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  • N. A. Corbier
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    Originally posted by flashlightcop509
    Hmmmm.....

    My (Generic) Badge says "Security Enforcement Officer"... Within the boundaries of my Client's property I have full authority insomuch as ETOH drivers, unlawful entries, trespass, criminal mischief,. etc...)

    The ski season is picking up well here in Vermont, so I look forward to my duties with much glee that I will soon be educating teenage drunkards in the proper way to stay at a hotel without burning the damn thing to the ground, and to assure out of state, brain dead drivers that I do in fact have both the VSP and a towing company on call 24/7, and to be smart and check in for the night and STAY HOME!...
    Please define "authority" as far as ETOH drivers, unlawful entries, trespass, etc.

    Are you empowered by the state to make arrests in its name, as a special or regular law enforcement officer?

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  • flashlightcop509
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    Originally posted by BHR Lawson
    From what I remember reading, a security agency can call themselves a Private Police in Ohio, but it does not give them any Law Enforcement authority. I will try to look it up...
    Hmmmm.....

    My (Generic) Badge says "Security Enforcement Officer"... Within the boundaries of my Client's property I have full authority insomuch as ETOH drivers, unlawful entries, trespass, criminal mischief,. etc...)

    The ski season is picking up well here in Vermont, so I look forward to my duties with much glee that I will soon be educating teenage drunkards in the proper way to stay at a hotel without burning the damn thing to the ground, and to assure out of state, brain dead drivers that I do in fact have both the VSP and a towing company on call 24/7, and to be smart and check in for the night and STAY HOME!...

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  • Lawson
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    From what I remember reading, a security agency can call themselves a Private Police in Ohio, but it does not give them any Law Enforcement authority. I will try to look it up...

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