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Highway Ninjas!

We saw this stealth California Highway Patrol car just a few days ago.



Click the thumbnail to enlarge. Notice the lights cleverly hidden in the rear window, and the government license plate.

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spotweld
Feb. 27th, 2005 07:48 pm (UTC)
It's hard to tell, but if those are amber lights this might be a car that's been tricked out to act as a chase or lead vechicle for a 'wide load' hauler. I only offer this as a possible alternate explanation.
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revar
Feb. 27th, 2005 08:33 pm (UTC)
And the fact that I saw for just a moment, that the guy was indeed in uniform.
smack_jackal
Feb. 27th, 2005 10:03 pm (UTC)
I would be more inclined to believe that it's traffic contol or something similar than a real patrol cruiser. I mean, it's a Taurus wagon!
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    Clever! ^_^
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