Al Wysock

Photos contributed by Al Wysock. All rights reserved

  • Jgibbons (Private)
    10 years 1 month ago
    DE - Delaware State Police
    Nice resto and pics- Is there any photos anywhere of DSP 1977/78 cars? I'm building a scale model and sure would like to see the color scheme for those years. Did they use the Plymouth Fury?
  • Ed Modlin (Private)
    10 years 2 months ago
    DE - Delaware State Police
    I guess this is a couple of years before Delaware fell in love with unmarked cruisers. In the mid 60's, each station had one fully marked cruiser, one low profile, and all the rest were unmarked, in either pastel blue, beige or mint green.
  • 10 years 3 months ago
    DE - Delaware State Police
    The 49 Fords DSP had were the same cars any civilian would buy, they were not pkg. cars then.
    DSP bought 55 of them in 1949 and sprung for the extra bucks to purchase the extra cost "Gun Metal Gray Metallic" paint jobs...
  • Greg (Private)
    10 years 4 months ago
    DE - Delaware State Police
    The first official "police package" production car offered with specific law enforcement options and accessories was the 1950 Ford. Chevrolet's police duty sedan was released in 1955 and Plymouth's in 1956.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    10 years 4 months ago
    DE - Delaware State Police
    Anybody know if '49 fords were police packages & what patrs made them so?
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    10 years 5 months ago
    DE - Delaware State Police
    The ultimate "Silver Bullet!"
  • Daryl (Private)
    10 years 5 months ago
    DE - Delaware State Police
    Beautiful restoration, and very nice photos.
  • DavidsonCONC (Private)
    11 years 9 months ago
    DE - Selbyville Police
    Hmmm...some people are just to smart for their own good.
  • JW (Private)
    11 years 9 months ago
    DE - Selbyville Police
    A lot departments command officers, such as Majors, Captains and Lieutenants will wear a white shirt as well as the chief.
  • DavidsonCoNC (Private)
    11 years 9 months ago
    DE - Selbyville Police
    The officer on the left is probably the chief. In some towns the chief wears a white shirt like in this pic and the "grunts" wear a different colored shirt. Just a guess though.
  • Officer Dan (Private)
    11 years 9 months ago
    DE - Selbyville Police
    Just curious but why the different uniforms. Is one a class "A" or dress uniform?
  • Smokey (Private)
    11 years 9 months ago
    DE - Wilmington Police
    Hey, wasn't that "Greg" guy going to restore one of these?

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    Yes he was but that "Buz" guy never found him a car to start with.

    Greg
    copcar dot com
  • William (Private)
    11 years 11 months ago
    DE - New Castle County Police 1970s
    Not stupid, just a comment like all leave. Some fidn it interesting, some dont. As for loafing aroudn here day in and out, no. I am on when I am away from work and dont come here all the time.
  • Tater2 (Private)
    11 years 11 months ago
    DE - New Castle County Police 1970s
    Thankfully "William" is here folks. He spends his days and nights scouring the copcar.com archives and leaves his stupid comments and moronic replies.
  • William (Private)
    11 years 11 months ago
    DE - New Castle County Police 1970s
    I remember them showing them black and white early police car movies in high school for driver safety, alot of gore in the upper north east ones.