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Old 11-07-2012, 04:38 PM
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Looks the same to me also 895229
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Old 11-07-2012, 08:46 PM
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This Mustang's plate appears to be E895229. Can anyone with better eyes than mine confirm this number? If so, then I know the VIN for this car (thanks to FoxChassis!), which will be added to our VIN Project.
I sent you the VIN off this car. It is the above unit #.
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Sam,

You have posted a lot of pretty cool pictures of CHP mustangs and other CHP vehicles. But I was looking at the pictures of the wrecked cars and most of those cars either the officer driving it paid the ultimate sacrifice and died doing the job or someone else was seriously injured or killed.

You have posted that you want to be a CHP officer. You will learn as you are doing morning PT and are running by there with your flashlight in hand you will stop there on the service road and do push ups and pay tribute to those officers who gave their life.

Those cars are covered and kept out of view for a reason. If one of those officers who died was one of your friends or you spent six months at the academy with them, seeing those pictures posted is not cool..
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Old 11-07-2012, 10:09 PM
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Looks the same to me also 895229
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Mike had posted a picture of that car. That's the one the dept still owns and is over by evoc in the shed. It's 895229.

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Chris or Ron, either you guys happen to get grab any photos of Mustangs at MT with the front A-pillar painted black and back about 11" on the front part of the roofline?
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Chris or Ron, either you guys happen to get grab any photos of Mustangs at MT with the front A-pillar painted black and back about 11" on the front part of the roofline?
I've got one Bill. Scanned from the cover of the CHP magazine, a Santa Barbara Area car.

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That is so the violators can not recognize the unit easily approaching or from their rear view mirror
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I've got one Bill. Scanned from the cover of the CHP magazine, a Santa Barbara Area car.

I saw this similar paint set up on a 96 OR 97 CV while I was at the Academy in 2000. I thought it was strange. I've never seen it on a Mustang before. Neat.
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