Rod Castro

Photos by Rod Castro. © All rights reserved.

  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    10 years 1 month ago
    CO - Colorado State Patrol
    I like the plane better then the car
  • 10 years 5 months ago
    CA - San Bernardino County Sheriff
    thanks, typo. got it changed
  • Jack (Private)
    10 years 5 months ago
    CA - San Bernardino County Sheriff
    It's spelled Yucaipa, not Yucipa.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    10 years 8 months ago
    CO - Colorado State Patrol
    Nice? From what i've heard the 79-81 Chrysler/Dodge/Plymouth R-bodies were pieces of junk! But, then again, that's just what i've heard
  • Greg (Private)
    11 years ago
    CA - California Highway Patrol
    The CHP began installing the V-bars on their new cars in 1991. That was also the last year of the older, square body Ford.
  • Jack (Private)
    11 years ago
    CA - California Highway Patrol
    With regards to the LTD parked in the back, I never knew that any of the 90's LTD's in the CHP had the vector lightbar on them, always thought it was only the jetsonic. anybody know anything on them?
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    11 years 2 months ago
    CA - California Highway Patrol
    i like how some departments match the spot light cover with the color of the car.
  • PTR-Jason United States (Private)
    11 years 3 months ago
    CA - San Bernardino County Sheriff
    These are photos from the SBSO EVOC Course.
  • PTR-Jason United States (Private)
    11 years 3 months ago
    CA - San Bernardino County Sheriff
    LOL and the fact that this 15 year old photo still has the same graphics as today.
  • txdps798 (Private)
    11 years 7 months ago
    TX - Galveston County Sheriff
    why not it's pretty good car to drive you wouldn't want to get in a chase with this car i can say that much
  • math genius (Private)
    11 years 9 months ago
    TX - Harris County Constable Pct 4
    Well, "poud" looks to be a measurement close to "pound" So, "poud" must be four-fifths of a "pound" So whoever uses "poud" should go back to school and pay more attention to the teacher.
  • William (Private)
    11 years 10 months ago
    CO - Denver Police
    My guess is that they stick with tradition, low cost (if you work in law enforcement, you know the cost of reflective/non ref emblems) and I dont see anything wrong with it. At least it isnt like one state, I forget, i think Iowa, isnt most of there cars the same for the Sheriff offices? I beleive the only thing different is the county name in the logo. But either way, who cares, its a police car wooohoooo!
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    11 years 10 months ago
    CO - Denver Police
    Dull, dull, dull. Time to get some better looking graphics.

  • Phil the Frenchy (Private)
    11 years 11 months ago
    CA - California Highway Patrol
    Very nice photos, thanks for that
  • jh (Private)
    12 years ago
    CO - Denver Police
    I recall some of the Oklahoma Highway Patrol cars operating with gumball lights as late as 1991. They also sported the flashing red passenger-side spotlight, which has since been removed.