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As a car guy, I can't help notice the grotesque trend in "urban decoration lately of old grandpa cars being skyjacked on 4x4 truck frames. while the automotive trend itself, is pretty much- retarted, not to mention dangerous.. my question is serious to our resident task force, and narcotics guys. IS there a purpose or "steet code" for these cars marked with corporate logos, characters or themes? I.E M&M's, Spongebob, McDonalds?

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94five0 said:

As a car guy, I can't help notice the grotesque trend in "urban decoration lately of old grandpa cars being skyjacked on 4x4 truck frames. while the automotive trend itself, is pretty much- retarted, not to mention dangerous.. my question is serious to our resident task force, and narcotics guys. IS there a purpose or "steet code" for these cars marked with corporate logos, characters or themes? I.E M&M's, Spongebob, McDonalds?

Call me stupid but,,, WHAT?????

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I see this a lot here. Jacked up old caprices, crown vic, etc... on lit kits, big rims, with scooby doo, pilsbury, hulk, etc... Haven't found a meaning for it.


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tlwinkles379 said:

I see this a lot here. Jacked up old caprices, crown vic, etc... on lit kits, big rims, with scooby doo, pilsbury, hulk, etc... Haven't found a meaning for it.

You have got to post a pic of this. I haven't herd of this at all. Maybe I live in a cave but I just haven't heard of this.

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I dont know if there is a meaning behind the decoration of there cars, but i have a link that you can see what one of these cars looks like.
http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2518265

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OK, I see what you are talking about now with that link. Hell ya I see then all the time. Seems to just be a style, fad of sorts. It too shall pass.

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We have the same thing here. It seems to be declining a bit more from what it used to be. Our guys typically have a brand of cereal or candy logo on their car. I have yet to find any meaning for this. The only thing I can figure they do it for compensation for advertising. Go to www.TheFreeCar.com . It will explain it all. Otherwise I wouldn't know why.

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yep Eric, thats exactly what I was referring to. I heard rumor, that different logos and brands were street code for different narcotics possibly being distributed in the area.

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I have one of those to running around here.. and old CVPI that they painted baby blue with the "Family Guy" logo on the side..


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Where im from in Oklahoma, If you wear clothing or display on your vehicle, the pilsbury dough boy it means they sell cocain or crack cocain. if someone wears or displays bugs bunny, it means they sell marijuana and if they wear a shirt or display a snowman it meams they just sell cocain only no crack. Mcdonalds means marijuana also and M&Ms mean they sell pills

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See guys, this is what this site was meant for. I had no clue what this was until just now. Thanks to all of you for this information.

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Yea there is nothing more amusing than to see a crown vic with a bumper kit on it! Back in the mid 1980's it was the little CAD sevillies they "pimped out". Then it went to BMW 328I's for a while (my favorite color was metal flake-egg plant purple), but when credit was easy and they could afford gas, all of these ghetto dwellers went to the big NEW SUV's. I mean every 20 or 30 something ,wanna be "rapper" in town had a SUV with spinning rims. Now they are moving back to the older cars becuase credit is hard to get, gas is going up, and lets face it-their music blows.

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my question is who looks at an old caprice and says that car would look good green and lifted??

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REALLY! LMAO! (STILL LMAO-ROLLING ON THE FLOOR)

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Where im from in Oklahoma, If you wear clothing or display on your vehicle, the pilsbury dough boy it means they sell cocain or crack cocain. if someone wears or displays bugs bunny, it means they sell marijuana and if they wear a shirt or display a snowman it meams they just sell cocain only no crack. Mcdonalds means marijuana also and M&Ms mean they sell pills

crazy.. must be an midwest, southern trend..

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Damn I thought it was only south GA that had that BS going on!! yeah they have nothing but crown vics jacked up real high, with candy and cereal stuff painted all over em. One even looked like an old bass boat sparkle deal like my ole grandpa used to have back in 93. I dont understand it all. Its stupid as all hell. They take a perfectly good Crown Vic and discrace it like that.... tragic I tell you.


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I dont know if there is a meaning behind the decoration of there cars, but i have a link that you can see what one of these cars looks like.
http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2518265

You know, I think this just about sums up that ride:

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There is a company that will pay to to drive around cars with company logos on them..... The only thing is you do not get to pick the advertiser or the type of car and you must make ...X..... car shows with the car.... I forgot the name of the company. there are ALOT AND I MEAN ALOT OF THEM in Virginia


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There is a company that will pay to to drive around cars with company logos on them..... The only thing is you do not get to pick the advertiser or the type of car and you must make ...X..... car shows with the car.... I forgot the name of the company. there are ALOT AND I MEAN ALOT OF THEM in Virginia

http://www.advercarzing.com/ LMAO for 30 bucks a year for the membership they give you a new car to drive or pay you to drive yours with a decal on the side.. if they were going to give me a car to drive for free (minus insurance and gas) I would take that over the puttin crap on my car any day. Knowing my luck I'd get something dumb


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94five0 said:

As a car guy, I can't help notice the grotesque trend in "urban decoration lately of old grandpa cars being skyjacked on 4x4 truck frames. while the automotive trend itself, is pretty much- retarted, not to mention dangerous.. my question is serious to our resident task force, and narcotics guys. IS there a purpose or "steet code" for these cars marked with corporate logos, characters or themes? I.E M&M's, Spongebob, McDonalds?

My Guys on Mids stopped a Cheetos one last night and forgot to take pictures, they said it was hysterical. Locked up the driver for CCW

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We were talking about this too this AM during Roll Call. Some of them pay more for more mileage that you put on. So what better cars to put them on, The Ghetto Sleds that are creeping around all night looking to sling dope or commit any other crime

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ericdant73 said:

I dont know if there is a meaning behind the decoration of there cars, but i have a link that you can see what one of these cars looks like.
http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2518265

I looked at the pics, her mother must be so proud. It is a big fad down here but we ( my wife is Narc detective) have never heard of it having a meaning behind the logo.


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Most of you people on this blog are racist bastards, to be blunt if this is such a ghetto trend the why are so many people outside the ghetto trying to be just like the so called ghetto dwellers. And the logo's have nothing to do with drugs, the logo's are because #1 either the person has a sponsor or #2 its in reference to the colors of the car. Would i ride around  with a logo on my car ......no , but im not going to make it as if its a trend limited to the ghetto because there are kids outside the ghetto that do the same things. So if you wanna be politically correct lets associate the trend with something that young people do. This trend probably cost more than some of you make in a year so maybe it's jealousy

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Most of you people on this blog are racist bastards, to be blunt if this is such a ghetto trend the why are so many people outside the ghetto trying to be just like the so called ghetto dwellers. And the logo's have nothing to do with drugs, the logo's are because #1 either the person has a sponsor or #2 its in reference to the colors of the car. Would i ride around  with a logo on my car ......no , but im not going to make it as if its a trend limited to the ghetto because there are kids outside the ghetto that do the same things. So if you wanna be politically correct lets associate the trend with something that young people do. This trend probably cost more than some of you make in a year so maybe it's jealousy


 


Hey Slappy....First before you come to this site slinging your opinions, and calling people you don't even know racist, you best introduce yourself, or are you another TROLL piece of garbage?  I'm guessing the Troll piece of garbage is it!


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youngr80 is gone.  Now this topic may continuein peace. 


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youngr80 is gone.  Now this topic may continuein peace. 



Thanks for the quick intervention.

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i hope to god you guys aren't pulling people over just because they have a cartoon on their car. if you listen to rap music, you might know that dough-boy and m&m's are slang, but like many urban trends, they are simply inspired by the culture of drugs/violence or whatever a person's surroundings are.... do yall really think that sagging pants means "i'm easy" in prison? NO, but it was inspired from prison culture and probably had a purpose like that at the beginning.


I sincerely hope that the civil liberties are a part of police training throughout the country... it should be a federal mandate.

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These cars are in Ohio too. Shocking the first time I saw someone that had an "aquafina" billboard as a car. We aren't paying them any special attention, but I will say, it isn't white country kids we are seeing in them and they seem to always be around known drug areas.

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I have seen M&M's, Skittles, and Bud Light driving around. They are the ugliest things I have ever seen.


As for the cars/trucks being jacked up, AL has a light height law and I'm not afraid to pull out my tape measure. I have a great dislike for high cars and low trucks.

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As a car guy, I can't help notice the grotesque trend in "urban decoration lately of old grandpa cars being skyjacked on 4x4 truck frames. while the automotive trend itself, is pretty much- retarted, not to mention dangerous.. my question is serious to our resident task force, and narcotics guys. IS there a purpose or "steet code" for these cars marked with corporate logos, characters or themes? I.E M&M's, Spongebob, McDonalds?

i have a dunkin donuts theme car and i just go to school i dont' sell anything

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