High Class whacker

Friend of the site Phil from Toronto sent us this, as he was waiting in line at the local Tim Horton’s. It was shot with a low-res camera, but I’ve played with it in Photoshop a bit to point out the emphasis.


It’s a Lexus with a red rotator in the back window. To top it off, the license plate “To The Scene” adds a little bit of charm to the cake.

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18 Responses to High Class whacker

  1. kc0jar says:

    VFF/EMT maybe? I think the plate says ‘To Design’. IMO though.

  2. VE3HBD says:

    Volunteer fire in Ontario use green lights.

    No one’s allowed to use red except for police, fire and EMS.

    And there aren’t any Vollies in Toronto.

  3. kc0jar says:

    ah, ten foh!! I had forgotten that useful bit of info. Tail between legs.

  4. grinthock says:

    I’m suprised this guy hasn’t been pulled over.

    Enough TPS frequent this site, i’m sure he will get a talking to, what a toolshed…

  5. n3jfw says:

    Enough TPS frequent this site, i’m sure he will get a talking to, what a toolshed…

    For those of you who are curious. I know of officers from the following Canadian depts that check the site:

    OPP (It’s all good, at hamsexy we’re “down with OPP”)

  6. KE7JFF says:

    No Durham Region Police? I would expect them to watch 😛

  7. wmw1490 says:

    Hey, I have a Lexus LS 400 and it didn’t come with a light, lightbar, strobes, antenna farm, etc. Jeez, I didn’t even spend the extra $$$ for the GPS nav system available at the time. Wonder why someone would screw up a nice car with the light? Not sure how many know, but the performance of an LS 400 would leave most CVPIs in the dust. Now that would be a high dollar police chase worthy of every news chopper in the area….bad actor rips off a few cases of grey poupon and heads for the freeway…..

  8. va3inv says:

    Anybody given a thought that this was a Paid duty officer? I have seen a couple of officers that have those lights in personal vehicles when they are parked in a hazardous location. (Construction sites, light installs) I am sure the officer in this picture does not appreciate his plate on this site

  9. n3jfw says:



    friend of yours?

  10. VE3HBD says:

    A cop in Toronto driving a Lexus? Yeah right.

    It ain’t no cop, dude.

  11. va3inv says:

    Don’t discount it. Afterall it is a 6-7 year old es 300.
    I can tell you for a fact that I have seen on many occasions personal vehicles with red/white dash lights in the vehicle while on paid duties at construction sites / guild traffic light installs. The last time was at a sink hole where a tps officer had one on the dash of her personal vehicle at an emergency paid duty. All I am saying is even most whackers don’t use red.

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  16. Jim M. says:

    Really decent post… I love it. Keep ’em coming… 🙂

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