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1992 Chevrolet Caprice 9C1

1992 Chevrolet Caprice in Phone Booth, Movie, 2002 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: US

1992 Chevrolet Caprice 9C1

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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m-power-bmw FR

2004-11-12 14:50

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a droite

Snookie US

2006-02-15 00:02

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1992 Chevy Caprice, NYPD. The black sedan is a 1994 Ford Crown Victoria.

Snookie US

2006-08-26 17:45

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9C1

Jale PL

2012-04-10 08:55

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Replaced:

[Image: i004369.jpg]

Similar ones:

[Image: 2018.jpg] [Image: 2021.jpg]

karoomay SY

2012-04-10 09:39

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Obviously a prop car, because the NYPD phased out blue body color and white strip scheme by the late 1990s and reversed it to the current color scheme of white body color and blue strips like this Crown Vic: /vehicle_492200-Ford-Crown-Victoria-1993.html
And also, I am doubtful, the NYPD who use a 10 year old cruiser.

Phil Leon DE

2012-04-10 16:58

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10 years ago there were actually some Caprice as police cars on the roads of New York. I only know it because I was there at this time.
By the way, I have never seen any spotlights on a police cruiser of the NYPD.

antp BE

2012-04-10 17:34

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10 years ago, there were still 6-year-old Caprices.

rtsbusman1997 US

2012-04-10 19:42

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karoomay wrote Obviously a prop car, because the NYPD phased out blue body color and white strip scheme by the late 1990s and reversed it to the current color scheme of white body color and blue strips like this Crown Vic: /vehicle_492200-Ford-Crown-Victoria-1993.html
And also, I am doubtful, the NYPD who use a 10 year old cruiser.


Not completely correct. The cars in the classic blue/white were rarely repainted, so its not completely improbable that a blue/white car would appear around 2000/2001 (date of the movie's production).

Phil Leon DE

2012-04-10 21:15

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rtsbusman1997 wrote

Not completely correct. The cars in the classic blue/white were rarely repainted, so its not completely improbable that a blue/white car would appear around 2000/2001 (date of the movie's production).


I found a picture somewhere in the web (I can't remember the site actually):
[Image: 1995ChevroletCapriceNYPD26.jpg]
A blue Caprice along with two Crown Vic's. At a precinct somewhere in the Bronx.
But it could be correct that they wouldn't use 1992 Chevy's.

-- Last edit: 2012-04-10 21:18:47

karoomay SY

2012-04-10 21:19

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Whoops! [:shy] Well I stand corrected! :whistle:

Lee Richards US

2012-04-25 03:00

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karoomay wrote Obviously a prop car, because the NYPD phased out blue body color and white strip scheme by the late 1990s and reversed it to the current color scheme of white body color and blue strips like this Crown Vic: /vehicle_492200-Ford-Crown-Victoria-1993.html
And also, I am doubtful, the NYPD who use a 10 year old cruiser.


No, NYPD changed their paint colours in 1996, not 1992. This looks like a very authentic unit to me.

-- Last edit: 2012-04-25 03:00:28

rtsbusman1997 US

2013-06-15 04:58

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Jale wrote [Image: 2018.jpg]

Same one used in season 5 of NYPD Blue.

EDIT: Also used in Brooklyn South.

-- Last edit: 2015-06-11 04:09:12

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