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::I've never heard the police call it a Declasse Deluxe, I've heard them just call it a Declasse and even a jalopy but never a Declasse Deluxe. Are you sure they aren't just saying a color that sounds like Declasse like black or dark something? By the way I was driving in a Willard Willard and I think the police called it a Deluxe, now I'm a little thrown off.--[[User:Thescarydude|Thescarydude]] 23:03, 27 May 2009 (UTC)
 
::I've never heard the police call it a Declasse Deluxe, I've heard them just call it a Declasse and even a jalopy but never a Declasse Deluxe. Are you sure they aren't just saying a color that sounds like Declasse like black or dark something? By the way I was driving in a Willard Willard and I think the police called it a Deluxe, now I'm a little thrown off.--[[User:Thescarydude|Thescarydude]] 23:03, 27 May 2009 (UTC)
 
:::I can confirm that the police scanner only says "Declasse Voodoo" or "Deluxe" and not "Declasse Deluxe." Deluxe seems to be a type of vehicle. The scanner will say the type of car if the police only get a glimpse of what car you are driving. If you keep on driving the same car, they will note what specific car you're driving.--'''[[User:Spaceeinstein|Spaceeinstein]]''' 08:53, 4 June 2009 (UTC)
 
:::I can confirm that the police scanner only says "Declasse Voodoo" or "Deluxe" and not "Declasse Deluxe." Deluxe seems to be a type of vehicle. The scanner will say the type of car if the police only get a glimpse of what car you are driving. If you keep on driving the same car, they will note what specific car you're driving.--'''[[User:Spaceeinstein|Spaceeinstein]]''' 08:53, 4 June 2009 (UTC)
::::I kind of figured that since they called quite a bit of the old cars I was driving delexues (I mistakenly heard it as jalop(y?)). I don't get why they call old cars deluxes though. --[[User:Thescarydude|Thescarydude]] 11:51, 4 June 2009 (UTC)
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::::I kind of figured that since they called quite a bit of the old cars I was driving delexues (I mistakenly heard it as jalop(y?)). I don't get why they call old cars deluxes though. --[[User:Thescarydude|Thescarydude]] 11:51, 4 June 2009 (UTC
::::I know that this question seems to have been answered already (and almost a year ago), but I just thought I would add my two-cents. I have ''never'' heard the cops call it a "Declasse Deluxe" and instead have just heard them refer to it as a "Declasse Voodoo" numerous times. [[User:JJPasadena|JJPasadena]] 19:55, April 30, 2010 (UTC)
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::::: I know that this question seems to have been answered already (and almost a year ago), but I just thought I would add my two-cents. I have ''never'' heard the cops call it a "Declasse Deluxe" and instead have just heard them refer to it as a "Declasse Voodoo" numerous times. [[User:JJPasadena|JJPasadena]] 19:55, April 30, 2010 (UTC)
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Latest revision as of 20:59, 30 April 2010

Deluxe?

The police don't refer to the Voodoo as a "Declasse Deluxe", they call it a "[color] Declasse Voodoo" and they also sometimes just call it a "[color] Deluxe". I've also noticed that besides them calling a Vigero a "[color] Declasse Vigero", they call it a "[color] Deluxe" as well. So could it be Deluxe is short for Declasse (like Chevy is short for Chevrolet) or something? Anyone notice this for other Declasse cars? --Thescarydude 00:16, 27 May 2009 (UTC)

I have definetely heard the police refer to the Voodoo as a Declasse Deluxe. I am confident of that, but your theory is a possibility I suppose, but does it happen with any other cars? Hbriz 07:46, 27 May 2009 (UTC)
I've never heard the police call it a Declasse Deluxe, I've heard them just call it a Declasse and even a jalopy but never a Declasse Deluxe. Are you sure they aren't just saying a color that sounds like Declasse like black or dark something? By the way I was driving in a Willard Willard and I think the police called it a Deluxe, now I'm a little thrown off.--Thescarydude 23:03, 27 May 2009 (UTC)
I can confirm that the police scanner only says "Declasse Voodoo" or "Deluxe" and not "Declasse Deluxe." Deluxe seems to be a type of vehicle. The scanner will say the type of car if the police only get a glimpse of what car you are driving. If you keep on driving the same car, they will note what specific car you're driving.--Spaceeinstein 08:53, 4 June 2009 (UTC)
I kind of figured that since they called quite a bit of the old cars I was driving delexues (I mistakenly heard it as jalop(y?)). I don't get why they call old cars deluxes though. --Thescarydude 11:51, 4 June 2009 (UTC
I know that this question seems to have been answered already (and almost a year ago), but I just thought I would add my two-cents. I have never heard the cops call it a "Declasse Deluxe" and instead have just heard them refer to it as a "Declasse Voodoo" numerous times. JJPasadena 19:55, April 30, 2010 (UTC)

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Is the Voodoo seen driving around anywhere in San Andreas? --Montybrady 09:58, 15 July 2009 (UTC)

Yes. Yes it is. Usually in Vargos turf (they use it as a gang car.). --Chimpso 10:06, 15 July 2009 (UTC)

Okay. Thanks --Montybrady 10:07, 15 July 2009 (UTC)