Kevin Peoples

Photos contributed by Kevin Peoples. © All rights reserved.

Some of these photographs are from a collection that Kevin purchased and shared with ccdc. Most original photographers are unknown but some were originally taken by Alex Ginsburg and Jeff Pasteris.

  • J. Stein (Private)
    10 years ago
    CA - California Highway Patrol
    I thought the ful wheel covers bolted to the lugnuts and was accesed through a small removeable center cap. I could be wrong.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    10 years 7 months ago
    PA - Philadelphia Police
    This might be a stupid question, but I'll ask anyway....DID PHILLY ACTUALLY USE FALCONS FOR POLICE USE?

    My parents bought one new in 1963...it was a lemon so badly it was best used in iced tea. My parents still go into tirades when ever they even see a picture of one.

    I still have fond memories of it. As a small child, it was the definition I had for a car. I'm glad there are still some left out there.
  • Jack (Private)
    11 years ago
    CA - California Highway Patrol
    I heard about that too but the CHP ran the full wheel covers on their fords ever since the late 80's, so you think they might have made the change years ago.
  • William (Private)
    11 years ago
    CA - California Highway Patrol
    I also thought ford had trouble with the older ford covers flying off or coming loose? i know they will come off anyway but wasnt there a factory defect in some of the rims?
  • Jack (Private)
    11 years 1 month ago
    CA - California Highway Patrol
    The CHP switched over to these all black wheels (with a center cap, of course) a couple of months ago. Personally, I think these look better.
  • Dennis Garcia (Private)
    11 years 1 month ago
    CA - California Highway Patrol
    I thought all CHP Police Interceptors came with the optional full wheel covers ???