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South Carolina Highway Patrol Ford Mustang
The heyday of the South Carolina Highway Patrol Ford Mustang LX 5.0 Notchback Special Service Package was from late 1988 to the early 1990s. The last Mustang in SCHP's Fleet went out of service in 1997. SCHP last purchased Mustangs in 1993. At 0:11 you will see 3 unmarked SCHP Mustangs along with a Supervisor in a marked Ford Crown Victoria sitting on a ramp to I-77 in Richland County on December 12, 1993. The unmarked Mustangs then pursue a suspect on I-20 Eastbound where it meets I-77. The suspect gets on the ramp that goes to I-77 or Alpine Road and wrecks underneath the overpass. At 1:59 another unmarked SCHP Mustang along with a marked SCHP Crown Victoria pursue another suspect on May 12, 1994. At 2:24 another unmarked SCHP Mustang pulls up to a different scene. At 2:36 you get to ride with SCHP Trooper/Lance Corporal S.D. Briggs in his unmarked Mustang as he pursues a suspect in a Chevrolet Camaro on I-26 Northbound, north of I-20, in Richland County on April 23, 1993. At 3:37, 3 marked SCHP Mustangs pursue a suspect on a motorcycle in Greenville County on June 18, 1992. At 5:30 a marked SCHP Mustang joins the Charlotte, North Carolina Police (now the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police) in a pursuit of a suspect on I-77 on September 7, 1992. At one point the pursuit is on I-77 in southern York County and then it is on I-77 in North Carolina at Westinghouse Boulevard. At 6:29, the Mustang does a 360 in the middle of the roadway during the pursuit. A SCHP Chevrolet Caprice, who you are viewing dash cam footage from, then bumps the suspect's car in the rear. The suspect eventually spins out on the on ramp from Carowinds Boulevard to I-77 Northbound in York County. You will also see a North Carolina Highway Patrol Chevrolet Caprice join the pursuit on Carowinds Boulevard. At 7:25 is one of the unmarked SCHP Mustangs that still exist in 2015. A civilian bought this Mustang at a State auction after the SCHP took it out of service. This 1993 year model Mustang is exact, original, and has not been altered since it was in the SC Highway Patrol. It has some faded paint in some areas due to it being subject to the elements for approximately 20 years. SCHP used various colors for its unmarked Mustangs. This Mustang's color is Reef Blue. FYI, every time a SCHP Mustang's blue lights were on the Trooper also turned on the vehicle's factory equipped hazard lights. This must have been a rule or something that all Troopers agreed to do while driving the Mustangs. Also, some of the Mustangs had tinted windows. The below article from May 25, 1989 is courtesy of the Spartanburg Herald Journal Headline: Patrol's Mustang herd growing Troopers in sports cars catching more violators in less time Story: Highway Patrol troopers in unmarked, high-performance Mustangs catch South Carolina speeders in half the time a regular patrol car does. Because of that success, the patrol is adding 50 more Mustangs to its fleet, 25 of which will be marked. In the seven months since the patrol started using the Mustangs, troopers with Mustangs have written more than 32,000 citations - 28,000 of them for speeding. And, patrol officials say they're safer. "You don't have the long pursuits you have with the regular patrol cars," patrol Col. J.H. Lanier said. "It cuts it down in half." The Ford sports cars run at up to 140 mph, Highway Patrol spokesman Joseph Pellicci said. He said Mustangs reduce the distance of the pursuit, which is safer for both motorists and troopers. Pellicci said the marked Mustangs will be used in rural areas of the state where high numbers of accidents are reported because people drive fast on the isolated secondary roads. The patrol bought 65 Mustangs last year. Troopers using the unmarked cars have written an average of 70 violations a month, while troopers in marked patrol cars have issued an average of 35 a month, Pellicci said. Lanier said troopers in the unmarked Mustangs catch more violators, in part, because motorists don't spot them as quickly as marked cars. However, both he and Pellicci said troopers in the unmarked cars usually don't investigate as many accidents as other troopers and as a result they have more time to catch speeders. In Spartanburg, troopers will receive two Mustangs from the latest shipment - one marked and one unmarked. The post already has three unmarked Mustangs. Union County will receive a marked Mustang, but Cherokee County will not receive a Mustang from the latest purchase. Sgt. J.L. Canty, of the Spartanburg post, said the cars are popular among the troopers. "We don't have one for everyone that wants one," he said. DISCLAIMER Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for 'fair use' for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.





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Alabama State Police Mustang VS Eagle Talon TSi (Full Version with Better Quality)
This is the famous police chase from Chilton County, Alabama which occurred on January 22, 1994. Of course this features a 1G DSM Eagle Talon TSi, who ends up going against a police issued Ford Mustang 5.0. This was taken from a season 4 episode of "World's Wildest Police Videos" which originally aired in 2001 and it's already all over YouTube. But I figured I'd upload this version which aired over in Sweden (if I recall correctly) since this is just a bit longer and has overall better quality compared to all the others. Talon TSi Specs: "The first generation Talon was released in mid-1989 as a 1990 model and ran through 1994. This era of DSM vehicles is commonly referred to as the first generation, or '1G' for short. However, there were two 1G styles. The '1GA' models of 1990–1991 featured pop-up headlights lights and a "6-bolt" engine, while the '1GB' model of 1992–1994 featured composite style headlights with integrated turn signals." The top-of-the-line TSi model is equipped with AWD (All Wheel Drive) and Mitsubishi's 4G63T engine: a 2.0 DOHC Inline-4 (with the help of a single 14b turbocharger) that pumps out 195 HP with 203 ft-lb of torque @ 11 psi of Boost. "The 'six-bolt' engine on all Talons built before April 1992 refers to the number of bolts connecting the flywheel to the crankshaft. All 1G Talons built after April 1992.5 received a freer revving '7-bolt' engine borrowed from the 1992 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution's lighter rods and seven-bolt crankshaft." Mustang SSP Specs: "The Mustang SSP was essentially a more rugged version of the 5.0 Mustang, with added features (some standard, some optional) not available to the general public. Some of the additional features were: *Engine oil cooler *Silicone radiator hoses and aircraft-style clamps *Auto transmission fluid cooler *130 and 135 amp internally and externally regulated heavy duty alternators *Two-piece VASCAR speedometer cable *Certified calibrated speedometer 0-140 mph (1982-early 1989) and 0-160 mph (late 1990-1993) *Non-operational courtesy lights (safety feature) *Relocated rear deck release *Single key locking doors/trunk *Reinforced floor pans *Full size spare tire *Depending on which agency bought them, extras like rollcages (installed by Oregon State Police) and power windows (requested by New York State Police) made each SSP unique to their respective departments. The original configuration of the civilian Mustang with its small rear seat and manual transmission were generally considered ill-suited for a law-enforcement vehicle. Many SSPs had automatic transmissions, to free an officers hand from using the manual transmission stick so that they could use the hand for other duties, such as speaking on a radio." Read more about Corporal Frank Sazera's Mustang SSP here: http://Mustangtimes.net/35-3/pg46-48.pdf





Cops Chase Ford GT
Best Cop Moments - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBpl9yEKd0HeVUXA7S2MxKXunIkDacED9 Police chase a Ford GT through traffic. Partial scene from the dvd "Super Speeders 3 - On the Run". Available for rental or download on Amazon VOD or for purchase at www.superspeeders.com For DVDs and Merchandise http://www.superspeeders.com Vimeo Downloads and Rentals https://vimeo.com/superspeeders/vod_pages Facebook https://www.facebook.com/superspeeders https://www.facebook.com/Super-Speeders-204571479556925/ Instagram - robferretti Twitter - @robferretti




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