Al Wysock

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  • Al Wysock (72 FURY PURSUIT) (Private)
    9 years 11 months ago
    DE - New Castle County Police 1956 Ford Mainline
    This picture is of my wife's uncle Ptlm. August Antoine.
  • Gary (Private)
    9 years 11 months ago
    DE - Delaware State Police 1972 Plymouth Fury
    Makes sense, thanks.
  • 72 FURY PURSUIT (Private)
    9 years 11 months ago
    DE - Delaware State Police 1972 Plymouth Fury
    If you look at photo #2 you will see ASAP cars from Dover P.D. New Castle County P.D. Wilmington P.D. and Delaware State Police. The photo is B&W but all four cars are painted in the same light blue/white paint scheme for the ASAP Federal grant. They were only supposed to be used for DUI patrols.
  • AJ (Private)
    9 years 11 months ago
    DE - Delaware State Police 1972 Plymouth Fury
    this car has the Standard DSP paint scheme. The other car is the ASAP (Alcohol Safety Awareness Project) car which was a federally funded project, and those cars were provided to the agencies by the Federal Governement.
  • Gary (Private)
    9 years 11 months ago
    DE - Delaware State Police 1972 Plymouth Fury
    Why do the 72 Furys in your photos have two different paint jobs for the Delaware State Police?
  • Bob Nichols (Private)
    9 years 11 months ago
    DE - New Castle County Police 1973 Plymouth
    Picture was taken in the north end parking lot of Shoppers Fair, where Comcast building is now located on Rt.13. Patrolman Ron Peary (left) and Lt. John McCarnan (right).
  • Joe A (Private)
    10 years 2 months ago
    DE - New Castle County Police 1973 Plymouth
    Here ya go Dave. This would be a great resto for your 73 Plymouth Fury.
  • 10 years 2 months ago
    DE - New Castle County Police 1954 Ford Mainline
    The officers shown are Patrolman Harry Hitch on the left and Patrolman Ralph W. Dorris on the right (my father )
  • Joe A (Private)
    10 years 2 months ago
    DE - New Castle County Police 1977 Plymouth
    Officer Aggott hit that right on. Just look at the thought, time and expense that went into marking those cars. Today it's just a white or solid color pallet with decals. Ocassionally a B&W, but very few custom paint jobs these days.
  • 10 years 2 months ago
    DE - New Castle County Police 1977 Plymouth
    Great shot, They just don't make them like that anymore.