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Old 11-21-2002, 14:25   #1 (permalink)
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TS50 Copper?

Driving the South Eastern this morning, I noticed a Blueprint TS50. Interesting, I think, don't see too many, so I take a closer look.
Herrod Motorsport badges? That must be some weapon.
Closer look - are they lights on the rear parcel shelf? I think they are.....
Drive to the front - where are the front lights then... In the grille!
Hmmm unless I am very much mistaken, this seems to be a police, Herrod modified, TS50.
Nice one - to serve and protect, eh? A career in law enforcement beckons....
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Old 11-21-2002, 14:38   #2 (permalink)
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Ohhh My

How rude!!!!

Did you have a good look at the driver?

Didnt have blue shirt, red tie and a gold pair of oakley sunglesses on?

BTW, you nearly ran off the road trying to get a good look!!!!!

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Old 11-21-2002, 14:51   #3 (permalink)
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ROFL, hmmmmm thats interesting. Well in NFS Hot Pursuit 2 they use TS50's as police cars, knew that must be real. Some how i think i know that description of the driver.
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I still remember turning white when the old Black T2 TE50 come at me with the strobes on, Minge is the Vic polices secret weapon.
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Old 11-21-2002, 15:11   #5 (permalink)
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Old 11-21-2002, 15:19   #6 (permalink)
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Was it that obvious?
I just love it when the police get a new toy, I don't know why.
Incidentally, what does ROFL stand for?
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Was it that obvious?
I just love it when the police get a new toy, I don't know why.
Incidentally, what does ROFL stand for?
ROFL = Roll On the Floor Laughing, sorry i shouldn't use computer chat abreviations on the forums.
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I just pi$$ed my pants. I was wondering how long the Laminge mobile would take to get spotted!
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It's very subtle - you've really got to be looking hard to tell what it is.
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Is it minge's own car or is it a work car. They let you take it to herrods? Lucky you!
If you see a yellow XF fly past you its just me trying to get pulled over for a ride in the back lol.

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