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    What is this crazy Code 3 lightbar?

    One last history tid-bit on the Code 360, the bottom, was designed from the roof-line of the 1990's Crown Vic, so it would look better on a curved roof-line, but not on the 1990's Chevy Caprice or any other flattened roof line. John as to your saying were they "drunk", I think "STONED" as Sgt...
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    What is this crazy Code 3 lightbar?

    John, Yep, Dual intersection lights (For the 360 only) but like I said a few Code 3 rolls and they were done. On the three we had I changed them all out to "Glass D-Tech) on the top (5) Rotators, installed Amber incandescent bulbs in the rear arrowstick with clear lenses, The center, LOWER, I...
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    Suction Cups

    clean the window with alcohol wipe first let it dry for a few seconds do the same to the suction cup, hopefully it is in good shape if they are flattened you should get new suction cups.
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    What is this crazy Code 3 lightbar?

    Well Being a "Code3" Guy the 360 had so many options including what John said a large intersection light, well the lower section you could mount a full rotator in the lower outboard pod. The 360 was designed using the roof line of the 1992+ Crown Victoria that is why the oddly shaped lower...
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    Wanted Pair of blue Code 3 LED-X heads

    Thank you
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    Wanted Pair of blue Code 3 LED-X heads

    Please give me a few days to a week to recover before I check I had back surgery done and I'm still recouping.
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    Wanted Pair of blue Code 3 LED-X heads

    Pictures with all blue can show a deeper color. But I don't mind going through mine to keep the right color. I'll go by these photos and I'll take photos of the ones I have to send to you.
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    Wanted Pair of blue Code 3 LED-X heads

    I do belive I have about 10 or so, but if you can how do your blues look are they like Turquoise (Light Blue) or deep blue. If there are any Code3 numbers I can try to get you the color that comes close to or even match your current lights
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    How the heck do I sell this???

    In today's freight costs you are better off leaving it. The Crown Vic's took full size partitons which could be used in the Ford Explorer only thing is needed the transfer kit and extention panels. So buy then your way over turned in your costs.
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    SOLD CTS Red Dome with Amber rear lens

    The lens is in excellent condition very minor scratches can be easily rubbed out. The lens was never on a lightbar it was NOS found at a distributor going out of business. $200.00 plus S&H in the continental U.S. only. No trades and the price is firm.
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    Announcement The "RAM" in RAM4, In Memory of R.A. Marcson 1948-2022

    John, I too remember RAM4. To you and your family my deepest belated condolences.
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    CTS Dome

    I made this one in 1983 CA-outert blue lens with red insert, with amber rear. Looked darn cool if I do say so myself. Now just a bolt and nut bin
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    CTS Dome

    I still have this one I got from a distributor that went out of business in Nor-Cal, I found it out of the box on their shelf.
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    Code 3 Intersection module id

    I believe I have what you need, the module and the wiring harnesses.
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    CTS Dome

    I built a CA driver's side Blue dome, back in the 80's. I took a couple of old broken lenses FS TwinSonic's cut the red and amber out, then using a template cut the blue lens where the red & amber was to go. By doing it that way I had the exact curvature of the lens. I still have that lens...

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