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VIDEO: Romanian Police track drivers with Porsche 911 Turbo once Used by Drug Dealers

02 Mar

ATTENTION! DRIVERS, SPEEDERS! TRAFFIC POLICE IN PRAHOVA FEATURES A PORSCHE 911 TURBO

Romanian Police Hunting for drivers on DN1, in Gauteng

Porsche with 420 horsepower will be used to track drivers that press the accelerator too hard.

This supercar from a decade ago has one heck of a story behind it.

Back in 2002, a 996 generation of Porsche 911 Turbo was stopped by Romania police.Two turkish drug dealers were trying to use it to smuggle 60 kilograms of heroine into Germany.


The car was confiscated by the police and was subsequently used by the Romanian Finance Ministry.

Turn the clock forward and in 2007, 60 more kilos of drugs were found in the car when it was taken in for a routine service and checkup as the Turbo was going to be used for undercover work.


This car has become quite famous in the Romanian media, and now it’s being shoehorned into another role.

It’s been livered with Police stickers and will soon become their tool to hunt down speed freaks.

These photos provided by Adevarul.ro show the car being tested on DN1 highway, at the hand of a specially trained policeman.

When you see a Porsche Police car in your rear view mirror with the warning lights turned on at a speed worthy of a supersonic plane, you can not help to comply and pull over. Unless you drive a F1 car, to avoid meeting with the police.

Photos by: Alex Policală

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2 responses to “VIDEO: Romanian Police track drivers with Porsche 911 Turbo once Used by Drug Dealers

  1. abauerporsche

    March 3, 2012 at 5:55 am

    Reblogged this on The Porsche Independent Repair and commented:
    From hardened convict to crime fighter, even goes to show the most criminal can be reformed to good.
    Let’s not forget the millions of forgotten human beings locked away in dirty prisons
    for very long times and seemingly harmless crimes. Call for “prison reform” today.

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  2. david lyon

    March 8, 2012 at 3:53 am

    A social utility that connects people with friends and others who work, study and live around them on this blog… good work..

    Like

     

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