This is custom Order for a new Lincoln Nebraska Police Department Dodgde Charger. This unit has 3 ciruitboards, laptop with working light, working spot light. Also this unit has a 4 tone siren in it which can be turnered on/off at anytime as long as the main power button is on. Also this car was wired of it's steady on lights to have the option to turn them on/off at any time as long as the main power is on.( Gives you the option to better see the patterns that are in the grille, fog, headlights, and mirror lights).
This has a 15 pattern 16 led, 9 selectable speed lightbar, 19 pattern rear window traffic advisor, and a 10 pattern circuit board controling a set of headlights, tail lights, fog lamps, mirror lights, and grille lights. Also select from 4 tones of siren. This car has the works!!. Also custom decals made from scratch were installed and clearcoated for protection.
Thank you and Enjoy!!
1/18 Omaha Police Department Slicktop, Patrol Car
These are 2 of 5. These are modeled after my hometowns main Police
Department. I custom made the Decals from nothing. The regular patrol car
features all random flashing lights in it and was made awhile back but
never made the decals till recently, The Slicktop is one of about 3 in town
and Featues a six pattern Strobe board on the healights, tail lights, front
r/b and reverse lights. Shawn At Modelfiedcc.com made the awsome, true
replica 19 pattern Traffic Advisor which makes it feel alive.
1/18 Nebraska State Patrol Dodge Charger White
This is a Welly 1/18 Dodge Charger. I custom made the Nebraska State
Patrol decals and the car has working lights. They are not random flashing
lights you even control the speed at which it flashes. The control knob is
under the hood. The power buttons are located in the rear underneath the
trunk of the vehicle. This car has 4 switches, One is the power, one turns
on the lightbar, one turns on the rest of the flashing lights, and one
turns on the siren. Battery is located in the trunk.
Lincoln Star Tran
Describing the Lincoln Star tran bus transport, system the way to avail and
its features. Here its moving away from Unl rural campus going through off
campus again entering into east campus
1:18 Scale Maryland State Police Crown Vic with working lights
This is a 1:18 scale Maryland State Police crown Vic. The car has been
painted with the actual MSP car paint with 3 coats of automobile clear
coat. The car has a total of 28 led's. 16 located in the light bar. All
leds are operated by 2 circuit boards. There are 9 flash patterns for the
lightbar, deck and dash lights. I made all the decals.
Car Camera - Lincoln, NE - North Bottoms to University Place South . 2012 ( ネブラスカ州リンカーン市 )
Our latest adventure takes us from the east-northeast edge of the North
Bottoms neighborhood of Lincoln, Nebraska, U.S.A., ahead of what the city
likes to call the "Big X" - a big intersection above and next to the BNSF
Railway tracks (not seen in this video - all part of the Antelope Valley
project - 10+ year project just completed). We begin on this nice autumn
day just skimming the University of Nebraska @ Lincoln city campus's
eastern side with Antelope Creek to the left.
Part way through, around 27th on Vine, we pass through what is the
multicultural heart of Lincoln (up and down 27th) - what I like to call
"Little Saigon"... you can find and dine on everything from India to
Africa! On a side note, back about thirty years ago, this area was called
"T-Town" for various reasons, one being it's close proximity to "T" Street.
Further on Vine, the road narrows and gets bumpier (older late 50's to
early 60's design) as it is one of the more heavily traveled in the city
due to University traffic. On the left at 40th Street is the KOLN/KGIN-TV
studio. Onto 48th, the MoPac Trail passes overhead and at 56th & Holdrege,
Dead Man's Run flows catty-corner underneath the intersection. We end just
south of Uni Place and Wesleyan University in the University Place South
Neighborhood... typical 40's/50's style housing.
Not the straightest drive, but a lot of times that's the way it goes here
in Lincoln... please enjoy the ride!
N. Antelope Valley - Vine - N. 48th - Holdrege - N. 56th - Francis - N.