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Old 13 Dec 2005, 10:06 am   #1 (permalink)
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"davidj92" <davidj92REMOVE@sigecom.net> wrote:
> Gary L. Burnore wrote:
> snip
> >> Dates back to when all PD thought they had to have full-size
> >> vehicles (for hauling perps)

> >
> > BULL. The CV has more room under the body for mods such as better
> > suspension and bigger powerplant.
> >

>
> And your point is? I stated what patrolmen want and you state what
> certain characteristics are in certain vehicles.
>
> > . with rear-wheel drive (more controllable in skids and etc).
> >
> > More bullshit. FW drive is much more controllable in skids. If they
> > made a good fwd CV, the fuzz would be all over it.
> >

>
> The PD's can only buy the type of vehicles that manufactures build as
> "Police Equiped". Maybe you could explain why you're seeing many PD's
> using Impala's, Malibu's, Taurus and Intrepids?
> Living in your own world, not the real world aren't you?
>
> >> Most of this was due to personal preference, not managements. Many
> >> cops complained when anti-lock brakes were added as they couldn't
> >> skid to a stop (many times sideways) and claimed this was a faster
> >> stop.

> >
> > More total bullshit. Sliding to a stop is something done in Starsky
> > and Hutch. Not something they'd WANT to do in real life.
> >

>
> Your bullshit. You obviously have no knowledge of PD's or your one of the
> problems. Many cops WANT to slide to a stop, and in the city I live in
> many cars were wrecked when they first had Anti-lock brakes for this
> reason. Chief issued an order banning sliding stops.
>
> >> Many PD's are
> >> switching to smaller front-wheel drive vehicles as manufactures make
> >> them available with "police pachages" to save on purchase cost and
> >> fuel.
> >> Also, Ford undercuts the purchase price to fleets, government and
> >> etc. to get their vehicles exposed, i.e. cheapest vehicle you can
> >> buy. (They even did it on retail Taurus and the next smaller one at
> >> one time so they could claim #1 title, which Toyota beat by offering
> >> quality Camry's and Corolla's, not cheapness.)

> >
> > Of course, GM is still the number one car maker, not Ford. So you're
> > wrong again.

>
> You're still living in your own world. I was talking about two specific
> models and your talking about total vehicles sold.
> I was involved in the purchasing process in my city for over 19 years and
> can state under oath what happens in the bid process for fleets from
> Ford.
>
> >
> > Obviously, you've no clue what you're talking about.

>
> I think it's more than apparant who's clueless. Unless you have some
> factual information I'm done feeding the troll.
> davidj92
>

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Old 13 Dec 2005, 04:23 pm   #2 (permalink)
Gary L. Burnore
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On Tue, 13 Dec 2005 16:06:12 +0000, "TheBillRodgers" <TBR@sheep.com>
wrote:

>"davidj92" <davidj92REMOVE@sigecom.net> wrote:
>> Gary L. Burnore wrote:
>> snip
>> >> Dates back to when all PD thought they had to have full-size
>> >> vehicles (for hauling perps)
>> >
>> > BULL. The CV has more room under the body for mods such as better
>> > suspension and bigger powerplant.
>> >

>>
>> And your point is? I stated what patrolmen want and you state what
>> certain characteristics are in certain vehicles.
>>
>> > . with rear-wheel drive (more controllable in skids and etc).
>> >
>> > More bullshit. FW drive is much more controllable in skids. If they
>> > made a good fwd CV, the fuzz would be all over it.
>> >

>>
>> The PD's can only buy the type of vehicles that manufactures build as
>> "Police Equiped". Maybe you could explain why you're seeing many PD's
>> using Impala's, Malibu's, Taurus and Intrepids?
>> Living in your own world, not the real world aren't you?
>>
>> >> Most of this was due to personal preference, not managements. Many
>> >> cops complained when anti-lock brakes were added as they couldn't
>> >> skid to a stop (many times sideways) and claimed this was a faster
>> >> stop.
>> >
>> > More total bullshit. Sliding to a stop is something done in Starsky
>> > and Hutch. Not something they'd WANT to do in real life.
>> >

>>
>> Your bullshit. You obviously have no knowledge of PD's or your one of the
>> problems. Many cops WANT to slide to a stop, and in the city I live in
>> many cars were wrecked when they first had Anti-lock brakes for this
>> reason. Chief issued an order banning sliding stops.
>>
>> >> Many PD's are
>> >> switching to smaller front-wheel drive vehicles as manufactures make
>> >> them available with "police pachages" to save on purchase cost and
>> >> fuel.
>> >> Also, Ford undercuts the purchase price to fleets, government and
>> >> etc. to get their vehicles exposed, i.e. cheapest vehicle you can
>> >> buy. (They even did it on retail Taurus and the next smaller one at
>> >> one time so they could claim #1 title, which Toyota beat by offering
>> >> quality Camry's and Corolla's, not cheapness.)
>> >
>> > Of course, GM is still the number one car maker, not Ford. So you're
>> > wrong again.

>>
>> You're still living in your own world. I was talking about two specific
>> models and your talking about total vehicles sold.
>> I was involved in the purchasing process in my city for over 19 years and
>> can state under oath what happens in the bid process for fleets from
>> Ford.
>>
>> >
>> > Obviously, you've no clue what you're talking about.

>>
>> I think it's more than apparant who's clueless. Unless you have some
>> factual information I'm done feeding the troll.
>> davidj92
>>

>Check out the gary burnore mini movie:
>
>http://media.putfile.com/Garyandfriends
>
>

That's still the best you can do, isn't it?
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Old 13 Dec 2005, 06:50 pm   #3 (permalink)
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On Tue, 13 Dec 2005 16:06:12 +0000, Some Moron Vomited Thusly:

Thought I spanked your worthless ass outta here once already...

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