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[[Image:Cruiserfire.jpg|thumb|252px|LCPD Cruiser driving up to a call in [[Alderney]]]]
 
[[Image:Cruiserfire.jpg|thumb|252px|LCPD Cruiser driving up to a call in [[Alderney]]]]
  
The Cruiser appears to be modeled after a [[wikipedia:Ford Crown Victoria|Ford Crown Victoria]]. It's taillights are similar to those of a 1992-1994 model; the windows, headlights, and front and rear bumpers resemble those of the 1992-97 models; the chassis (on the bottom) is from 1995-1997 models; and the grille and hood look like those of 1998 and later models.  
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The Cruiser appears to be modeled after a [[wikipedia:Ford Crown Victoria|Ford Crown Victoria]]. It's taillights are similar to those of a 1992-1994 model; the windows, headlights, and front and rear bumpers resemble those of the 1992-97 models; the chassis (on the bottom) is from 1995-1997 models; and the grille and hood look like those of 1998 and later models. The dashboard instrument cluster is unlike the Ford product, consisting of a tachometer, speedometer, fuel gauge and temperature gauge rather than the Crown Victoria's central speedometer and gauges for fuel, temperature, oil pressure and volts.
  
 
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Revision as of 06:29, 7 October 2008

The Police Cruiser is one of two Police Cars used by the LCPD in GTA IV, alongside the Police Patrol. It can be found at almost any LCPD station, and is dressed in LCPD livery (based on that of the NYPD).

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LCPD Cruiser driving up to a call in Alderney

The Cruiser appears to be modeled after a Ford Crown Victoria. It's taillights are similar to those of a 1992-1994 model; the windows, headlights, and front and rear bumpers resemble those of the 1992-97 models; the chassis (on the bottom) is from 1995-1997 models; and the grille and hood look like those of 1998 and later models. The dashboard instrument cluster is unlike the Ford product, consisting of a tachometer, speedometer, fuel gauge and temperature gauge rather than the Crown Victoria's central speedometer and gauges for fuel, temperature, oil pressure and volts.