Thank you to Ted Heap, Harris County Constable Precinct 5 friends at Mac Haik Ford, who fixed up the inside of their repurposed street racer, Precinct 5's C5-P40 Warhawk Patrol Car. They picked it up yesterday and couldn't be happier with how it turned out.
This souped-up street racer was seized in 2020 and has been redesigned for use in community outreach. It was transformed without the use of any taxpayer dollars through the generous donations of several local businesses including Mac Haik Ford, Onsitedecals, LLC and Affordable Muffler LLC.
When they took possession of it, the back seat had been stripped bare and the car didn't even have seat belts. Now, thanks to Mac Haik Ford, it's got that "new car" smell again and will soon be making appearances at car shows, high school programs and other local events. #constabletedheap #yourconstable
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Harris County Constable Precinct 5 in Texas has repurposed a street racer named Precinct 5's C5-P40 Warhawk Patrol Car for community outreach, with the help of donations from local businesses such as Mac Haik Ford, Onsitedecals and Affordable Muffler. The souped-up vehicle was seized in 2020 and had been stripped bare when they took possession of it. However, after its redesign, the car has regained its "new car" smell and will soon be making appearances at car shows and high school programs.