South Carolina

Photos of South Carolina police units

  • 10 years 1 month ago
    SC - Lexington County Sheriff
    Both Lexington County and Richland County get every bit of good out of their cars before they sell them. Buy a used one and you will see what I mean, been there done that have the scars to prove it.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    10 years 2 months ago
    SC - South Carolina State Transport Police
    No matter what Crown Victoria Package this car is, the car is a very sharp looking squad. I think the black grill and black stripe under the trunk lid/tail lights would look even sharper though.
  • DC (Private)
    10 years 2 months ago
    SC - South Carolina State Transport Police
    Hey annonymous. You didn't set anything straight. There is a P-71 street appearance package which above car is. Also, as of the last two years, even the civilian P-73 (base) and P-74 (LX) models now have color matched "B" pillars, just like the P-71's. The P-74s mainly come with alloy rims.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    10 years 2 months ago
    SC - Lyman Police
    My ninja 1100 could out do this and the radio!
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    10 years 2 months ago
    SC - Richland County Sheriff
    Ugliest car ever made! I would rather see more money put in fighting crime and getting gangs out of richland county than on all these exotic cars. The camaro out did the hemi and dadge in every test the feds put them through. the 2008 camaro will replace many of these. The new mustang out does these hemi motors. Hemi has to many bugs in them. I see them in my Dodge dealership shop everyday with less than 30K miles on them for serious failures
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    10 years 2 months ago
    SC - South Carolina Highway Patrol
    this m3 was stationed in Charleston for a few years and 1 more in M beach. But this model was wrecked few years back. the SCHP does have a M6 model (2) and 1 M3. SCHP are investing more in unmarked which will and has been a problem because of impersonators. i believe that all traffic units should be marked because of the before said issue. I remember a few years back of impersonators taking advantage of this. But the impersonators are getting better adding sirens and led strobes hidden.SCHP also uses a dozen or so of BMW bikes.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    10 years 2 months ago
    SC - South Carolina State Transport Police
    I will set the record straight. The PI model don't include the street appearance package 'P71', per say. But the crown victoria heavy duty in a P74 HPP street package has everything the PI 'P71' has but more, IE chrome. How to tell that it is a police car is the B-pillar color coded. Notice it is the same color on police cars and not black. there you go. The answer from a person that equips police cars for a living. i will say that the State Transport color is a color you will not find on a car lot. it is a color made just for the SCTP. The stealth package decals is cool. Guess you guys have not seen the FORD ranger and f150 construction truck the SCTP use either. love the new 17" rims on the crown P71-P74
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    10 years 2 months ago
    SC - Lyman Police
    charger is still no compare to the camaro. the camero out did the charger in every test the Feds put them through. better top speed, better cornering ,better stopping, and better motor hold up. i look for the 2008 camaro to replace many of the dodge SPV. 2008 camaro will be the hot ticket in law enforcement
  • Jelly bean (Private)
    10 years 2 months ago
    SC - Lexington County Sheriff
    LCSD has the most basic police cars. Nothing to them. Richland county has the best in cars and equipment.. But what can I say. Sheriff Mett of LCSD has aways been known to squander money on everything but law enforcement.
  • Phil Henning (Private)
    10 years 2 months ago
    SC - Richland County Sheriff
    It's a pretty slick car no matter the comments on the overhead lights. It's not the older Whelen edge that's for sure. I remember when SC cops were lucky to get a Ford Galaxie 500 or a Chevy Bel Air cop car in the old days, single blue beacon ray light on top, blackwalls with dog dish hubcaps, two channel Motorola radio. Phil Henning
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    10 years 3 months ago
    SC - South Carolina State Transport Police
    Most South Carolina Squads have the street appearance package. It is likely because the State gets the cars with that package and then departments use a state bid to get the cars cheaper, which in turn gets their cars with the same specs as the state cars.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    10 years 3 months ago
    SC - South Carolina State Transport Police
    Nah, he'd rather baffle us with his brilliance.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    10 years 3 months ago
    SC - South Carolina State Transport Police
    Actually, you can order the CVPI with the street appearance package, which includes the chrome grill and doesn't have the black strip on the bumper. Do your homework buddy.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    10 years 3 months ago
    SC - South Carolina State Transport Police
    We'll take your word for it, JoeTARD. After all you are THE expert. But don't be surprised if a whole lot of people tell you they've never seen a Crown Vic with GILLS.
  • JOETEX1 (Private)
    10 years 3 months ago
    SC - South Carolina State Transport Police
    THIS CAR APEARS TO BE A NORMAL CROWN VIC NOT A CVPI ,,CVPI'S DONT HAVE CHROME GILLS NOR THE CHROME STRIP ON THE BOTTOM OF THE TAIL LIGHTS