Kenny Be's Worst-Case Scenario: (Not) seen at the Denver Auto Show, part 2
The 2009 Mace Mobile
Another Colorado favorite! Ford has teamed up with the Denver Sheriff's Department to create a new generation of prisoner-transport vehicles. Powered by abuse-series galley-slave drive train, this hybrid delivers over 41 miles per canister of mace. The interior features continuous benches, with touch-sensitive wrist-shackle rowing bars, and floor drains for easy clean-up.
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