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Dallas PD Rolls Out the Black-and-White

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We told you it was coming, and here it is -- the Dallas Police Department's new black-and-white ride, which made its debut mere moments ago in front of DPD HQ on South Lamar. With its intense LED lights, silk-screened graphics and that "Serving Since 1881" motto plastered on the sides, these cars are a definite upgrade from the blue-and-whites rolled out in 1992. The department's fleet manager, Lt. Dale Barnard, says 266 of the brand-new cars will hit the streets in late February. So, you've been warned. More photos after the jump.

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