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NSW Police Special.....

PostPosted: Wed Nov 21, 2012 1:41 am
by roadwarriormfp
Well we all know how "candy cars" have been around in Australia for decades, but for the NSW Police 150th Aniversary, pop ya eyeballs on this

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to commemorate the anniversary of 150 years of New South Wales Policing, the Traffic and Highway Patrol Command, with the support of the Motor Accidents Authority of New South Wales, has purchased the 150th build of the Ford Performance Vehicle’s FPV GT RSPEC to be fitted with operational road safety systems, including highly visible markings and road trauma reduction messaging. The vehicle will be utilised at many displays/events to showcase the vehicle and promote road safety. The vehicle will ultimately end up on permanent display at the Police Museum in Sydney. The vehicle was proudly presented yesterday morning at Peter Warren Automotive.

Re: NSW Police Special.....

PostPosted: Wed Nov 21, 2012 1:47 am
by roadwarriormfp
The new Boss 335 GT RSPEC is a track ready, street legal machine that takes total performance to a whole new level. With a massive 335kW and 570Nm of torque under the bonnet, launch control ensures a Bathurst worthy take off every time. And the racecar-like performance doesn't stop there. Upgrades to the suspension, wheels and tyres give the car incredible grip, braking power, poise and balance. This GT RSPEC is the ultimate weapon. But with only 350 available in total and only 175 availabe in Silhouette as shown above, you'll have to be quick.

Key Features

Boss 5.0 litre, supercharged, DOHC 32 valve all-aluminium V8 engine
Maximum power 335kW, Maximum torque 570Nm
Premium 5 spoke 19" x 8" alloy wheels with Vixen accents (Front) and 19" x 9" wheels and 275/35 tyres (Rear)
Brembo 4-piston brake calipers (front) with single-piston brake caliper (rear)
Launch control
R SPEC suspension - Retuned dampers, increase spring rate, reinforced lower control arm, bulked up anti roll bar and revised rear toe setting
Premium audio with 8" colour touch screen with Bluetooth, USB & iPod connectivity
Performance leather sports seats with suede bolsters and GT logo embroidery
Bi-modal twin pipe quad outlet active exhaust system
Reverse camera with reverse sensing system
All New Vixen decal pack - 'C' stripe, Vixen rear bumper accent and spoiler
Vixen Upper and lower grille surrounds
Vixen Fog lamp bezels
Vixen Mirror Scalps
Black Brembo brakes
Black Exhaust Tips
Piano Black interior finish around ICC unit, tissue box and door spears

http://www.fpv.com.au/

Re: NSW Police Special.....

PostPosted: Wed Nov 21, 2012 2:51 am
by kennerado
Life imitating Art?

Sweet ride, I wonder if VicPol will get any...

Re: NSW Police Special.....

PostPosted: Wed Nov 21, 2012 2:57 am
by NuffTorque
Nice...

but frustrating all the same, here in QLD 14,000 ppl have lost their jobs due to the Newman govt and here is NSW wasting money on a show pony... go figure :evil:

Re: NSW Police Special.....

PostPosted: Wed Nov 21, 2012 3:29 am
by roadwarriormfp
NuffTorque wrote:Nice...

but frustrating all the same, here in QLD 14,000 ppl have lost their jobs due to the Newman govt and here is NSW wasting money on a show pony... go figure :evil:


sadly the previous "team" was doing an aweful job... the new "team" turned out to be a bigger mistake.
worse still when people like crazy clive palmer tell us that the party is lieing about how much money the state is in debt.. and that its been inflated as an excuse to sack people. Ok we may have too many public servants and wastage is an issue. But giving managers the power to sack random people instead of sacking the lazy ass ones who dont work doesnt sit well with me at all.

If a dept is blowing money it means its the managers fault as he/she is ultimately responisble. Instead who will the manager be liable to sack? Those who rock the boat and "complain" about wastage and complain about the fat prick in the next cubicle that doesnt work at all.

I have friend in the QPS and Hospital system.... and what i hear is disgusting. And try and get housing commission to do anything about their scummy tenants....