In a previous era, I was able to photograph the rarest of police vehicles, the stealth cruiser (reproduced here).

Ford Crown Victoria police cruiser. Flash photo ‘illuminates’ decals showing car number [6002], police insignia, telephone icon and ‘9-1-1,’ ‘To Serve and Protect’ slogan, and body-side stripes. In daylight photo, no markings are visible save for vestigial insignia

Sort of like putting a studded collar on an accountant, it is now possible to photograph a stealth minivan.

Navy-blue minivan has bronze stripes and markings (6315, 9·1·1, TO SERVE AND PROTECT)
Navy-blue minivan has brigh reflective stripes and markings (6315, 9·1·1, TO SERVE AND PROTECT)

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