Bruno Seliste

Photographs from contributor Bruno Seliste. © All rights reserved.

  • AJ (Private)
    10 years 8 months ago
    NYPD Police Museum Car Show
    Now That I am awake and had my coffee, Yeah he was talking about wheels. Oops. Everyone is entitled a mistake now and then.
  • The tantric tuber (Private)
    10 years 8 months ago
    NYPD Police Museum Car Show
    I'd check my own glasses if I were you, darktrooper. He never mentioned hubcaps. He was asking about the slotted wheels which, as a matter of fact, were not available on the police cars until 1978 and were never an option on the C-body Mopars. So, Mr Anonymous was correct.

    DT, when you get back from Pearle Vision Center with your new spectacles, maybe you can write out an apology?
  • AJ (Private)
    10 years 8 months ago
    NYPD Police Museum Car Show
    You need glasses. The '73 Fury in this picture does not have vented hubcabs.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    10 years 8 months ago
    NYPD Police Museum Car Show
    I may be wrong, but I thought those vented wheels didn't appear on mopars until '78.I think that car is a '73 model year.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    11 years 3 months ago
    NY - New York State Police
    Does that include '77 - the 'Gran Fury'?
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    11 years 4 months ago
    California Highway Patrol, 1981 (?) St Regis
    IS A 'BLUE' INTERIOR I SEE THERE? I THOUGHT CHP CARS HAD TAN INTERIORS BACK THEN.
  • Joe A (Private)
    11 years 8 months ago
    NY - New York State Police
    This particular Plym Fury was used for about 2 years. If you mean the Fury model in general, it has been used by NYSP off and on for as long as the line was produced. It all depended on what manufacturer was the low bid each year.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    11 years 8 months ago
    NY - New York State Police
    How long did this agency (The New York State Police) use the Plymouth Fury?
  • 12 years 5 months ago
    NYPD Police Museum Car Show
    I like yor stuf
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    12 years 10 months ago
    Alaska State Troopers, 1959 Ford
    Wrong movie, dude. That's Buford Pusser posing there.
  • jj (Private)
    12 years 10 months ago
    NYPD Police Museum Car Show
    How in the world can you compare an NYPD car to something from Smokey and the Bandit, which Featured police cars from the southern states?
  • 12 years 10 months ago
    NYPD Police Museum Car Show
    SOMKEY & THE BANDIT ARE BACK

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    Step away from the keyboard and no one will get hurt.....

    Greg
    copcar dot com
  • 12 years 10 months ago
    Alaska State Troopers, 1959 Ford
    I'M REMINDED OF SMOKEY & THE BANDIT
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    I know that every time I see a 1959 Ford in the markings of the Alaska State Police, I too think about a movie that takes place in Georgia in 1977.

    Did you hear that? I think your mom is calling you. Yep. I just heard it again. You'd better go now before you get in trouble. Bye.

    Greg
    copcar dot com
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    13 years 11 months ago
    California Highway Patrol, 1981 (?) St Regis
    Did those clear headlamp covers retract down? Or is that one falling off in this picture?
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    Yes. The covers opened downward.
  • Clone clown (Private)
    13 years 11 months ago
    NYPD Police Museum Car Show
    You picked an appropriate picture to leave your comment under. Why don't you find this car and use it instead? Real cop cars didn't look like that in the 60s. Who does he think he's foolin?