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MI - Michigan State Police

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Taken: August 02, 2002
Uploaded: August 05, 2002
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Sony CD Mavica

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  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    10 years 4 months ago
    what is with the stop on the hood of the car, no other state has that.
  • 11 years 3 months ago
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    Dave Arnold
    copcar dot com
  • Tim (Private)
    11 years 11 months ago
    The MSP blue is love by people and feared by speeders. I did see a silver MSP crown vic at the Calhoun County fair in Marshall. I also saw on my way to Ann Arbor, a MSP crown vic with a gumball style light, but it was blue and not red! I wonder when this went on? Also, the new Dodge Charger is out for a police vehicle now. Can't wait to see if any are purchased.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    12 years ago
    Actually, the blue on MSP cars is call "Michigan State Police Blue" and is patented so you can't get that color blue unless it's going on a MSP cruiser.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    12 years 1 month ago
    I'd hate to see the royal blue go away. Also, the STOP hood sign has been a Michigan classic for deccades. Please, Michigan, if it ani't broke, don't fix it.
  • jw (Private)
    12 years 3 months ago
    I only left my question under this car. I realize they are not using any Mustangs now. I was wondering if they are looking to phase out the royal blue color and the gumball style light?
  • Bruce (Private)
    12 years 3 months ago

    Hi,

    Since I own this car I can clarify the issues. No, this car, nor any of the other Mustangs, were ever used for motor carrier enforcement duty. MCE troopers used full sized patrol cars at the time the Mustangs were in service. And as for the second question, yes the MSP are using some non traditional colors on patrol cars. They are semi marked, with a door shield and "state police" on the passenger side only, and no roof lights. Exterior colors vary, and the lighting is mostly like most other unmarked cars used elsewhere.
  • eb (Private)
    12 years 3 months ago
    I think those might be Motor Carrier Enforcement vehicles. Could be wrong.
  • jw (Private)
    12 years 3 months ago
    Is Michigan experimenting with some differnt colors on their squads? I saw some pictures on another site of some new MSP Crown Vics and some were black, some were silver and I saw a white one also. They had LED's rather than the single gumball style light. It would be a shame to see them change their squads after they have kept their tradition for so long.