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But the best thing is when you come across a colleague in a patrol car from the Polizia. The officers inside stare at the Ferrari with a mixture of disbelief and amazement, afraid to pull you over for fear of being ridiculed - despite the fact that Alberto still runs the original numberplate which reads ’Polizia 29444’. It’s not really valid anymore, but his is a Police car, remember?
I can just see the look of shock on their face as they see this. I just love it. Great article Dirk.
 

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I know i love that articel, i printed it, so that i could keep it.
Now that would be a reason to become a cop, to get a Ferrari :green:
 

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There are two more interesting stories overhere!

The Dutch Highway patrol used to drive Porsches: 356 and 911 Targa's in quit large quantities.

There is a 328 GTS with two sets of pedals in the Netherlands. This means except the regular pedals there are also a clutch and a brake fitted at the passangers side. It can and will be used as a driving school car!

What about that???


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The german's also used a lot of Porsche's, they even have M5's

And in Belgium there's also a Ferrari with 2 sets of pedals, but it's a 355 Challenge, and it is used at a racing school
 

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no, i saw it in a magazine, and if a recall correctly also on a website,
but defenitly not on the dutch side of Belgium
it's on a track in Wallonie or just in France can't remember excately
 
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