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Wild Rose Motors - PoliceInterceptors.info - Used Car Dealership - Anaheim CA

Wild Rose Motors - PoliceInterceptors.info Selling Used Cars in Anaheim, CA.


 OUR STAFF IS READY TO HELP YOU GET EXCELLENT, USED POLICE VEHICLE FOR YOUR PERSONAL, GOVERNMENT, OR MUNICIPAL FLEET!

It took a really smart Real Estate Developer to come up with this idea - Check it out - This baby will be parked at various locations to deter vandalizism and crime. For around $6,000 this problem has been solved. We expect they will be telling their business associates (as we are telling you) - what a great idea - and we provided them with the logo & stickers!!!
Police Training Vehicle
Police Training Vehicle
We were asked how much 1/2 of one of our vehicles would cost - the customer was serious! They wanted only the front seat and dash area for a training vehicle. We took them up on their challenge and are supplying them with a fully customized police training vehicle. We spotted our handy work at the Cops West Show in Ontario for Raytheon.









Wild Rose Motors Goes To Hollywood!
Wild Rose Motors Goes To Hollywood!
Wild Rose Motors was asked to provide a California Highway Patrol vehicle for the movie industry. Upon receipt of the specs, Seton took the vehicle pictured and provided the special effects company with an exact replica of the police car they were using on-set. Only, the car Wild Rose Motors provided was purchased to be the ’’stunt vehicle double’’

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After...
Seton not only sent the car to the paint shop, but...he and Raul created a prop car for the special effects guy to flip - the engine was removed for safety purposes and Seton did all the grunt work - making life much easier for the special effects guy. He was very impressed!
Last P71 off the line
A factory employee works on a Ford Crown Victoria vehicle on the Ford Assembly Plant in St. Thomas, Ontario, Canada. The last Ford Crown Victoria was assembled at the plant on August 15, 2011.
Fueled by the Fallen
Fueled by the Fallen
Kevyn Major Howard, ''Rafterman'' from Stanley Kubrick's blockbuster film Full Metal Jacket, challenged himself in 2007 to name just one Hero that had died for his freedom. ''I was watching the nightly news as they announced that 12 died this day and 7 that day'', Kevyn said. ''I woke up one morning and challenged myself to name just one person who has died for my freedom'', he continued. ''I couldn't.''
So Kevyn decided to do something about it. He started the Fueled By The Fallen, a 501(c)3 non-profit. Kevyn enlisted the expertise of Chuck Spiker, a lifelong drag racer and former National Go Kart Champion, to create a memorial that would get the attention of all Americans. ''The reason we chose race cars is because you can get the attention of a two year and a ninety-two year old with one'', Kevyn said. Chuck took a 1963 Nova and created a 10 second quarter mile door slammer drag car representing fallen Marines from Iraq and Afghanistan. ''Maybe I can get people who look upon the race car to remember just one name. If I can do that, I have accomplished my mission'', Kevyn continued.