Ripon, CA, 2004 - Album 2

For the 13th year, California's finest all turned out for the West Coast's biggest and best emergency vehicle show hosted by Darryl Lindsay.
Photos by Dave Arnold taken on 10/15 and 10/16 2004.

  • ken m. (Private)
    12 years ago
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    Thank you very much for the reply Dan. I'm sorry it took so long but I couldn't remember where I had seen this photo!! I have the info now. Thanks again. km
  • old cop (Private)
    12 years ago
    Show time!
    34 years later, it's still an imposing view in your rearview mirror!
  • AJ (Private)
    12 years 3 months ago
    Cruising to Sonic
    this pic is awesome, it's got that nostalgic feel to it....
  • brian spader (Private)
    12 years 3 months ago
    Coming back from the cruise
    great car, looks awesome. quick questions...1 are those spinners? tough to tell with pics. 2 hydralics or air bag? if bagged where did you put the tanks?..thanks and one again great car.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    12 years 8 months ago
    Parting shots
    Boy.....Jimmy O is workin' that "Thousand Yard Stare"
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    12 years 8 months ago
    Ready for the Sonic cruise
    Is this the car that was for sale at Perfomance Autosport in Richmond, VA?
  • Joe A (Private)
    12 years 8 months ago
    Parting shots
    You are right! I once was outbid (sniped) on a Ford 9000 Louisville 3 car carrier on e-bay last year. Just as well, I don't have the CDL to drive one legally. But I came pretty close.
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    But you don't need a CDL if it is a private vehicle not for hire. Watch those big race coaches, they all say "private coach - not for hire". It's the way to get out of having a CDL

    Dave
  • 12 years 8 months ago
    Parting shots
    Here you go, Joe, this is just what you need
  • Don Malloy (Private)
    12 years 8 months ago
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    This is my 1977 Dodge Monaco. I bought the upholstery through Original Auto Interiors in Columbus, MI 586-727-2486. My invoice says item #40223 and I bought 3 yards to do both seats.
  • Ken M. (Private)
    12 years 8 months ago
    396 9614
    Does anybody know where or who may have this color and style cloth? I need to re-cover both front and back seats of my 80 Plymouth. I'll check back at this photo for help/answeres. Thanks.
  • brian (Private)
    12 years 8 months ago
    Show time!
    These chase cars are also used on take offs.
  • Joe H. (Private)
    12 years 9 months ago
    Show time!
    Air Force. They were driven by other pilots and used to guide the U2 spy planes in on landings. They chased the plane down the runway and assisted in the touchdown. Rapid acceleration was necessary.Another interesting fact about this car, prior to its restoration, you could still see the "sandblasting" it took to the forward surfaces and windshield from the jet wash.

    Joe
  • jw (Private)
    12 years 9 months ago
    Show time!
    I feel silly asking this question but I have noticed this car has drawn a lot of attention. I know it is a military vehicle but what exactly was it used for?
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    12 years 9 months ago
    Friday evening photo ops
    "1 Adam 12, 1 Adam 12, a 2-11 in progress at the market, 17095 Wildwood, handle code 3"
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    Ok anonymous, slowly put the remote down and no one will get hurt. No more TVLand for you. Your Spagetti-Os are ready. They've got the little meatballs like you like in them. Go in the kitchen by mommie and eat now.

    Greg
    copcar dot com
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    12 years 9 months ago
    Parting shots
    Instead of changing to flashy graphics every few years, this department knows that black and whites rule!!