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  • #16
    2005 GTO here....traded in my 01 WS6 for it (man I miss that car)...and had a mustang gt before that.

    I agree with the above statement of it's not the car it's the driver.

    Although, most cops I've seen are harley guys more than anything else.

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    • #17
      cops and camaros...like peanut butter and jelly.






      Last edited by TPO; 03-31-2007, 10:03 AM.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Medici
        I have a '72 Chevelle and I am a Police Officer.
        I find that the majority of people who have "sooped-up" muscle cars have respect for them. They know how much money they cost to restore and what the value is. They don't want to screw around and crash it. The mojority of the owner of these cars are older men and women.
        My Chevelle has a ton of HP and it is in great condition and it is worth about 30 grand. That's more than a new car.
        As long as a muscle car is not doing anything dangerous or outlandish, I leave them alone.
        Ricers on the otherhand get my FULL attention.
        What's your defintion of a ricer?

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        • #19
          i love you guys...lol. yea, saturday night. i know where u guys meet in the little shopping center, been there once or twice...but a mustang huh...lol and uh, ricer..definition...to me is some one, who has 100000 stickers on their car, a big wing, a fart can, ect. ANY car can be a ricer, ricer doesnt mean the car, its the drivers attitude with the car. ive heard the staties like the z28 more than the charger...lol...how about the challenger..the new one anyways. and i do agree..its not the car, its the driver. im glad you all are so understanding, puts a smile on my face
          dubbed code name: Alien #69

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          • #20
            Ricer = Imitates the image of being fast but is in fact...not.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by Underoath
              Ricer = Imitates the image of being fast but is in fact...not.
              Ricer = everything that can possibly be enforced under CFR 49, 571.108.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by TPO
                Ricer = everything that can possibly be enforced under CFR 49, 571.108.
                not fast or furious...lol...ok, well, for all you guys that are the GM fans..how does it feel to be stuck in a ford and an even better question....how do they pick who rides in the undercover camaros?!
                dubbed code name: Alien #69

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by 99 Fenix
                  not fast or furious...lol...ok, well, for all you guys that are the GM fans..how does it feel to be stuck in a ford and an even better question....how do they pick who rides in the undercover camaros?!
                  Driving a ford for work makes off-duty GM driving that much more pleasurable

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                  • #24
                    hahaha...thats so true...and i can imagine in a chance..."if i had my car, i could catch him" but as for doing the PIT manuver in your car..haha..nah...reminds me of bad boys 2...the department doesnt pay for non duty vehicles. i <3 my car and all 6 of its gears
                    dubbed code name: Alien #69

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                    • #25
                      not a cop yet but im mustang guy, nad almost ALL the officers i know are car guys..

                      13yr Sgt. fully custom 03 Cobra

                      12 yr OHP officer 69 Camaro Z28, and a 55 Chevy 210

                      5 yr city officer, 2003 Mach 1 (not stock)

                      3 yr officer 92 LX 5.0 Supercharged

                      and of course mine..
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                      • #26
                        With a low 8/high 7-second Altered, a '68 Hemi Dart & an '06 Mustang GT in my garage I hardly think I qualify as a "car-hater". Just got back from "Mopars at the Strip" in Vegas --- cool Anyway, what many muscle car guys don't realize most cops had or have cars just like them but now we see just what screwing around on the street can result in. I grew up streetracing in NYC in the late '60s/early '70s & it was every bit as wild as is rumored BUT we'd block traffic (stupid, I know) so no one would be around. Nowadays, most streetracers don't seem to care who or what is around and liability issues are greater than ever. In the '90s my Dept ran a S/ST (super street, for the uninformed) drag car I built and we had great interaction with many streetracers. Did it stop it? Of course not! BUT it did open up communication with many guys, some I'm still happy to call friends. No, your buddies are wrong. Most LEOs don't hate muscle cars or their owners--we perhaps are just a little more appreciative & respectful of them than they are.

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by hemicop
                          With a low 8/high 7-second Altered, a '68 Hemi Dart & an '06 Mustang GT in my garage I hardly think I qualify as a "car-hater". Just got back from "Mopars at the Strip" in Vegas --- cool Anyway, what many muscle car guys don't realize most cops had or have cars just like them but now we see just what screwing around on the street can result in. I grew up streetracing in NYC in the late '60s/early '70s & it was every bit as wild as is rumored BUT we'd block traffic (stupid, I know) so no one would be around. Nowadays, most streetracers don't seem to care who or what is around and liability issues are greater than ever. In the '90s my Dept ran a S/ST (super street, for the uninformed) drag car I built and we had great interaction with many streetracers. Did it stop it? Of course not! BUT it did open up communication with many guys, some I'm still happy to call friends. No, your buddies are wrong. Most LEOs don't hate muscle cars or their owners--we perhaps are just a little more appreciative & respectful of them than they are.
                          first off...post pics of your freaking car!!!..lol..and they are to much my buddies..just people i talk cars with. stang, nice car...i love those tear drop style rims...so...now that you all proved you dont "hate" the muscle...where our the pics?
                          Last edited by 99 Fenix; 04-02-2007, 06:14 PM.
                          dubbed code name: Alien #69

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                          • #28
                            I have a 99 Z-28, 6-speed, T-tops, light pewter metallic, 28,500 miles on it. Previously owned an 85 IROC-Z (black with gold) and an 86 IROC-Z (red with gold).

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                            • #29
                              Be happy to! Can someone PLEASE tell me how to post pictures here? I'm a computer idiot

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                              • #30
                                hemi...instead of typing and hitting the reply button, hit the go advanced button to the right, scroll down to additional options, click manage attatchments, get the file you want, put it in the grey address area of that little box that comes up for attatchments and hit upload, once you hit that, you can close the little box and hit submit reply
                                dubbed code name: Alien #69

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