There's this link http://www.opp.ca/Organization/RegionsandDetachments/index.htm but doesn't show detachments as 'numbers'.ocscan said:Nothing I could see on the OPP's web Site to confirm this...
Do we have more than one B&W Cruiser sighting??? BTW This markup would rock on a Charger....
In modern automotive assembly the car is painted and the doors are painted seperately so, as long as the two-tone only involves different colour doors, hoods, trunks or bumpers there should be no additional cost (with new vehicles ordered that way). It just a matter of sequencing the assembly line so when the black chasis needs doors there are white ones there to be installed.mrweather said:Very nice! The back doors need to be white to fully complete the retro look.
I always thought they dropped bi-colour cruisers because it cost too much to paint?
When was the wedding Mikey? I am dissapointed that you didn't invite me.exkalibur said:My father-in-law is one of their head engineers there and I've seen this personally. I can't speak about other plants, but that is how Ford does it at that particular plant.
Your probably right. but in the case of this car it was Vinyl.Edit: Should have added... That's how it's done if needed. If the whole car is going to be the same colour, then you're right - it's painted together. But when they get orders for different coloured doors or whatever, which happens all the time, it's all done separatly.
TEST WITH THE OLD PAINT SCHEME - (This was a vehicle made up as a test to show command staff at General Headquarters - The doors are not painted white, but covered in a 3M type material by the company which created the new "Highway Safety Division" decals.)