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Police Interceptors Explained

Posted in Best of, Domestic Rides, FAIL / Funny, Ford, Funny, Funny Videos, General, muscle cars, Mustang, Rides, Videos by MrAngry | February 13th, 2013 | 3 Responses |

Mustang Police Interceptor

Back in the 1980’s and 1990’s law enforcement agencies throughout the United States used the Ford Mustang as their high speed pursuit vehicle. It was quick, agile and relatively light weight, thus giving the police a bit of an advantage over your standard speeder. Now, thanks to this gentlemen who is simply named Mr. Blue, you’ll learn everything you ever wanted to know about these old school bad-asses.

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  1. Jason L says:

    I hate to slander all southerners, but his accent doesn’t help his case…

    As for “silicun” hoses making coolant flow faster, I call bullshit. The main reason to put silicone hoses on a vehicle is to prevent blowouts due to high pressure. I suppose that the surface of the silicone could be smoother than rubber, but I doubt it makes much of a difference.

    As for crank windows and door locks, it’s cause’ fleet buyers are CHEAP. They don’t pay for any extras.

    Basically, I’m not inclined to believe anything this guy says.

    • MrAngry says:

      Umm… yeah.

    • Set says:

      Not to mention a larger alternator causes less horsepower. Seriously, this guy knows NOTHING about cars. “Heavy duty A/C” would also cause the car to be slower. Seriously. Just… stupidity.

      I didn’t understand the fail tags when I saw the video. After seeing the video, yep. Fail.