It would almost be a privilege to get pulled over by this Colorado State Patrol vehicle. Behold the new Colorado State Patrol Breast Cancer Awareness cruiser.

There's one of these bad boys located right here in Grand Junction. As a matter of fact, our department's is one of only two such vehicles in the state of Colorado.

On the trunk lid, you'll find a pink panel where those who've lost someone to cancer, and those who've fought the battle, can sign their names.

I'm pleased to say I haven't been pulled over by the State Patrol in almost 25 years. With this car on the road, though, I probably wouldn't mind getting pulled over. It's an awesome car with an awesome purpose.

Who's behind the wheel of this machine? The officer you see driving is Master Trooper Chris Wright.

This awesome car was on display Tuesday as part of the Colorado Mesa University Homecoming festivities on the quad at the main campus.

Here's the bad news: this car won't be around for long. Nothing bad is going to happen to the vehicle. They're aren't going to mash it or anything. At the end of October, though, the wrap will go bye-bye.

Be on the lookout for this vehicle. In the event you're a survivor, be sure to sign your name. If you've lost someone to cancer, pay tribute with a message. The car will be cruising around town, and with the hot pink stripe, it's pretty hard to miss. Support Breast Cancer awareness month and make a point to check this car out.