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  1. #1
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    Yes officer.... no officer...

    Yes officer... I drive a Dodge Magnum. NO officer, I dont sell drugs.

    Haha


    I hate the fact that this car has a thug stereotype, but I do love that it drives the cost down so I can keep buying these awesome rigs!
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    Rings a bell...something from the distant past...

    "Yes, officer, I drive a Dodge Rampage."

    "No, officer, I'm not a swimming pool cleaner."
    "Many true sports cars can be outrun by a powerful sedan." - Sir William Lyons, Chairman, British Leyland
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    Seriously! You will not find an apartment complex in Oakland that doesn't have at least 1 Magnum parked in it

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    Good info. Now I know where the market is when I go to sell my Magnum.
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    You want to get stopped....

    Try driving a Black Monte Carlo SS with dark tinted windows and Texas plates.



    Or this with Texas plates



    Lastly never answer this question, "Have you had anything to drink tonight?" with Yes, office I had a cup of coffee at Cracker Barrel earlier as it really pisses them off. Ask me how I know?
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    I do notice that mine gets plenty of attention and thumbs up in certain parts of the Island.
    My wife says I bought a ghetto car. And Luis stopped by and offered to buy it from me. (The CAR)

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    Yea I've definitely been told I drive a drug dealer car. Been profiled and stopped a few times. After I go through the car and tell them all the mods they think it's pretty cool.
    I've only had 1 D!CK cop give me 3 window tickets in 1 stop. Front windshield visor below the SA1 line, Front windows, back windows.
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    Quote Originally Posted by body80 View Post
    Yea I've definitely been told I drive a drug dealer car. Been profiled and stopped a few times. After I go through the car and tell them all the mods they think it's pretty cool.
    I've only had 1 D!CK cop give me 3 window tickets in 1 stop. Front windshield visor below the SA1 line, Front windows, back windows.
    I am proud of our law enforcement officers and support them in doing their job. Your front windshield and front windows were illegal (at least in California) and unsafe in several ways. Any of the back windows can have any amount of shading you wish. You could paint them out solid if you wish (again, in California). What's the law in your state?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hemi_57 View Post
    You want to get stopped....

    Try driving a Black Monte Carlo SS with dark tinted windows and Texas plates.



    Or this with Texas plates



    Lastly never answer this question, "Have you had anything to drink tonight?" with Yes, office I had a cup of coffee at Cracker Barrel earlier as it really pisses them off. Ask me how I know?
    If I were a cop, doing a car stop on that Monte Carlo, I'd approach with my gun drawn!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cuda SRT8 View Post
    I am proud of our law enforcement officers and support them in doing their job. Your front windshield and front windows were illegal (at least in California) and unsafe in several ways. Any of the back windows can have any amount of shading you wish. You could paint them out solid if you wish (again, in California). What's the law in your state?
    Not here in Florida...... Front windows have to allow 28% light through and rear is 15%. Mine was 24% and 10%.
    This was a really crappy move from the cop. I had only owned the car for 3 weeks. 1 week was getting it registered and insuranced and 2 actual weeks of driving it. And to add insult to injury he didn't even write fix it tickets. Those tickets you have it inspected after you fix it and they reduce the fine. My tickets were a pay the full amount and we really don't care if you fix it ticket.
    Window tint was on the list to fix but the horrible ear bleeding droning exhaust was a priority.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cuda SRT8 View Post
    If I were a cop, doing a car stop on that Monte Carlo, I'd approach with my gun drawn!!
    It wouldn't be the 1st time. Yes officer.... no officer...
    But, I always turned the car off, roll down the window, put keys on the dash and had my hands on the steering wheel.
    Last edited by hemi_57; 10-13-2019 at 09:53 AM.

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    Funny. Mine was a police car and still has the push bumper & dual spot lights. I pass an officer and waive, he’ll waive back and then look twice like ‘hey, is that the police or not?’

    Then traffic overreacts and slows down until I blow past everyone, they get pissed or courageous and pass me while mean mugging me.

    I haven’t been stopped yet, but I’m sure I will be eventually.


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    I've gotten numerous stops out here in Southern California...but every single one was well earned minus a bogus ticket for doing 37 in a 35. I've even had several cops check out the Magnum and compliment me before sending me on my way...usually with a ticket, but still very professional and polite.

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