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Radar's Election Campaign Manager

Posted:
4/9/2007 7:23:07 PM

RADAR'S patrol car fleet

This is not only one of the equiped fleet of police cars in America itself, but also one of the most colorful as well, too! You have everything from 1959-67 FORD GALAXIE500'S to the 1965-73 DODGE POLARA'S! With every few scattered here & there STUDEBAKERS, DESOTOS, PACKARDS, PLYMOUTHS, CHRYSTLERS, AMC'S, PONTIACS, BUICKS, CHEVROLETS, OLDSMOBILES, & miscellaneous types!
Anything that's pre-1965 is manual transmission mostly, but this leaves the manual transmissions in all two-door units assigned to the detective division allowing for all of the four-door units to remain on regualr patrol duties!

LongLiveRock

Posted:
4/9/2007 7:28:09 PM

Radar's Election Campaign Manager wrote:
This is not only one of the equiped fleet of police cars in America itself, but also one of the most colorful as well, too! You have everything from 1959-67 FORD GALAXIE500'S to the 1965-73 DODGE POLARA'S! With every few scattered here & there STUDEBAKERS, DESOTOS, PACKARDS, PLYMOUTHS, CHRYSTLERS, AMC'S, PONTIACS, BUICKS, CHEVROLETS, OLDSMOBILES, & miscellaneous types!
Anything that's pre-1965 is manual transmission mostly, but this leaves the manual transmissions in all two-door units assigned to the detective division allowing for all of the four-door units to remain on regualr patrol duties!

Do we look like we care?

Radar's Election Campaign Manager

Posted:
4/9/2007 7:35:55 PM

your caring
LongLiveRock wrote:
Do we look like we care?

So RADAR'S taste in law enforcement type vehicles may not be your cup of tea for conversation! however, I'll get a confirmation from my 2ND Unit director possibility ARTHUR WOOSTER.

LongLiveRock

Posted:
4/9/2007 7:38:02 PM

Radar's Election Campaign Manager wrote:
So RADAR'S taste in law enforcement type vehicles may not be your cup of tea for conversation! however, I'll get a confirmation from my 2ND Unit director possibility ARTHUR WOOSTER.

*bangs head on table*

Radar's Election Campaign Manager

Posted:
4/9/2007 7:48:18 PM

my methods of operation
LongLiveRock wrote:
*bangs head on table*

It's not quite that drastic!
It's more to the tone of BOB DYLAN'S song "KNOCKING ON HEAVEN'S DOOR"!

LongLiveRock

Posted:
4/9/2007 7:49:00 PM

Radar's Election Campaign Manager wrote:
It's not quite that drastic!
It's more to the tone of BOB DYLAN'S song "KNOCKING ON HEAVEN'S DOOR"!

Don't you operate on me, freak-o!

Radar's Election Campaign Manager

Posted:
4/9/2007 7:58:28 PM

who's operating?
LongLiveRock wrote:
Don't you operate on me, freak-o!

i was just pointing out a good method, or two, and nothing more! Understand?

LongLiveRock

Posted:
4/9/2007 8:17:20 PM

Radar's Election Campaign Manager wrote:
i was just pointing out a good method, or two, and nothing more! Understand?

Why don't you have conversations in the other sections of this board, there's more than Fan Fiction you know!

Radar's Election Campaign Manager

Posted:
4/9/2007 8:18:55 PM

the topic
LongLiveRock wrote:
Why don't you have conversations in the other sections of this board, there's more than Fan Fiction you know!

Ask some of the others what they think before makinmg any further comments, please!?

Please note: password is case-sensitive

Posted:
4/9/2007 8:53:49 PM

Radar's Election Campaign Manager wrote:
Ask some of the others what they think before makinmg any further comments, please!?

I agree with LLR. You should post somewhere else.

Hawk&Hotlips

Posted:
4/9/2007 10:08:25 PM

Please note: password is case-sensitive wrote:
I agree with LLR. You should post somewhere else.

I agree too.

Please note: password is case-sensitive

Posted:
4/10/2007 1:02:55 AM

Hawk&Hotlips wrote:
I agree too.

3 against 1, John Cooper! Come on, post on some other boards!

LongLiveRock

Posted:
4/10/2007 2:00:51 AM

Sorry to burst your bubble of patrol car knowledge
Please note: password is case-sensitive wrote:
3 against 1, John Cooper! Come on, post on some other boards!

Somebody we all know and love (that you totally hate), has had a cooler array of cars in his adventures
http://dardel.info/tintin/indexE.html

(I'm going a little overboard with this, but he just hates this guy!)

Hawk&Hotlips

Posted:
4/10/2007 9:30:54 PM

LongLiveRock wrote:
Somebody we all know and love (that you totally hate), has had a cooler array of cars in his adventures
http://dardel.info/tintin/indexE.html

(I'm going a little overboard with this, but he just hates this guy!)

File an Objection!

LongLiveRock

Posted:
4/10/2007 9:40:31 PM

Hawk&Hotlips wrote:
File an Objection!

Maybe he doesn't like European cars!

Hawk&Hotlips

Posted:
4/10/2007 9:42:56 PM

LongLiveRock wrote:
Maybe he doesn't like European cars!

really, file one.

LongLiveRock

Posted:
4/10/2007 9:43:47 PM

Hawk&Hotlips wrote:
really, file one.

or European comic books!

Hawk&Hotlips

Posted:
4/10/2007 10:02:09 PM

LongLiveRock wrote:
or European comic books!

That's why he lives in Europe!

BizzyBee

Posted:
4/10/2007 11:43:48 PM

Radar's Election Campaign Manager wrote:
This is not only one of the equiped fleet of police cars in America itself, but also one of the most colorful as well, too! You have everything from 1959-67 FORD GALAXIE500'S to the 1965-73 DODGE POLARA'S! With every few scattered here & there STUDEBAKERS, DESOTOS, PACKARDS, PLYMOUTHS, CHRYSTLERS, AMC'S, PONTIACS, BUICKS, CHEVROLETS, OLDSMOBILES, & miscellaneous types!
Anything that's pre-1965 is manual transmission mostly, but this leaves the manual transmissions in all two-door units assigned to the detective division allowing for all of the four-door units to remain on regualr patrol duties!

Dear Sir
You are the worst writer I have ever met in all my years of reading. May you be run over by a Rolls Royce.

LongLiveRock

Posted:
4/10/2007 11:50:04 PM

BizzyBee wrote:
Dear Sir
You are the worst writer I have ever met in all my years of reading. May you be run over by a Rolls Royce.

One more point for European autmotives!

BizzyBee

Posted:
4/11/2007 12:13:56 AM

LongLiveRock wrote:
One more point for European autmotives!

Score two for the oldies!

Hawk&Hotlips

Posted:
4/11/2007 9:50:52 PM

BizzyBee wrote:
Score two for the oldies!

HORRAY!

LongLiveRock

Posted:
4/18/2007 2:07:18 AM

Hawk&Hotlips wrote:
HORRAY!

or he needs to read this...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Police_car

Hawk&Hotlips

Posted:
4/18/2007 9:22:04 PM

LongLiveRock wrote:
or he needs to read this...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Police_car

It could be wrong, it's usually not signed and not cited.

Radar's Election Campaign Manager

Posted:
4/29/2007 6:24:40 PM

the cars of MINNESOTA are upon you
BizzyBee wrote:
Dear Sir
You are the worst writer I have ever met in all my years of reading. May you be run over by a Rolls Royce.

About the only ROLLS-ROES in MINNESOTA belong to either DICK CORVETTE the biggest fence & bookie in the whole state, or try CHARLES EMERSON WINCHESTER, III., & his wife Mrs. REGINA WINCHESTER. Remember she's the same REGINA from the "M*A*S*H" episode called "L.I.P.(LOCAL INDIGENOUS PERSONEL)"!

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