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  • #16
    Originally posted by 2many50 s View Post
    What I would do is leave it like factory. If you needed to JAZZ it up for shows you could always buy magnet GSP markings and then tell all it was unmarked while in service.

    Nice ride. Is the car an AUTO or 5SP?

    2MANY5.0s
    I would like to maybe the magnet markings, this being my first SSP, where in the world would I get the magnets? I think that would look cool at shows with the original 4 blue lights, magnets, and tint.

    Also, the guy I bought it from said the vehicle actually came with four of those blue lights. There are two areas on the decklid and two holes drilled under the front bumper. The two in the bumper were in bad shape and he tossed them (ouch!). He also said when he purchased the vehicle (from Clayton County) the windows were tinted and there was a radio on the side of the console (also pitched).

    That picture is phenomenal. Thanks for posting it!

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    • #17
      Ditch the wing....
      Mike
      1991 Pensacola PD (DSO 24-0349)
      Specs: Cop motor, cop tires, cop suspension, cop shocks and runs on regular gas

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      • #18
        If the car was an undercover unit i would leave it as is.

        In my opinion the all black or blue unmarkd units are the best SSP's but thats just me.

        The wing must go though.

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        • #19
          Gorgeous, I would leave it blue, it looks great!
          Mark
          2008 Mustang Bullitt # 2843
          1992 SSP (Sold)
          AOD
          Red Interior, Titanium Gray Exterior
          Originally in service in Stem, NC

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          • #20
            If it were an Undercover Unit, there would be no need to put markings on it. If you decide to show it. Place a small sign tellling Who and What the cars was used for.

            Tom
            1989 Ex Tex DPS M9-177 Restored Black/White
            1988 ASC McLaren Azure Blue # 1079

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            • #21
              Guys this car is no longer owned by "Skywalker". The new spoke up on the ".net" I believe a couple months ago. Also it turned out not to be a GSP, and was a local PD if I remember correctly.
              "The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing." Edmund Burke

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              • #22
                Originally posted by CNTLOSE View Post
                Guys this car is no longer owned by "Skywalker". The new spoke up on the ".net" I believe a couple months ago. Also it turned out not to be a GSP, and was a local PD if I remember correctly.
                I know this is a old thread but just wanted the correct info out there "GSP did not order any Mustangs in 93"

                GSP SSP orders goes as;

                1983 -10
                1984-1987 - 0
                1988 -100
                1989 - 42
                1990 - 55
                1991 - 83
                1992 - 20
                1993 - 0
                Grand total 310 units
                Last edited by kapracing; 11-08-2015, 10:29 AM. Reason: Spelling
                Gathering; Collecting & Documenting GSP History...

                My GSP Collection -- Now complete...
                One of every year GSP SSP Mustangs;

                1983 GSP#3083 Capt. C. Stallings #99 Post 41
                1988 GSP#8353 Trpr D. Howerton #732 post 5/43
                1988 GSP#8292 Trpr R. Wilcox #799 Post 27
                1989 GSP#9222 Trpr R. Wilcox #799 Post 27
                1990 GSP#0196 Trpr P. Kirkpatrick #756 Post29
                1991 GSP#1247 Trpr. M. Dobson #153 Post 3
                1992 GSP#2217 Sgt. K. Thompson #606 Post 6
                1992 GSP#2221 Trpr M. Prince #895 Post 9

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