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Unread 03-02-2012, 09:52 PM
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Angry Stolen car. Be On The Look Out...

for my 74 year old dad's stolen 1965 Malibu. It was stolen sometime last night, from Palm Sprints, CA. It's butternut yellow with West Virginia plates, 5PM 713. The plates could have been switched. It's got a Nelson Racing Engines TT, if it's not already stripped.

Here's the link to the info on the car:

http://www.nelsonracingengines.com/c...Turbo-LSX.html


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Unread 03-02-2012, 10:14 PM
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Oh man that sucks. I will keep my eyes posted for you. The video of the car that was posted on the NRE website is saved in my favorites. Hope you guys find it soon and get the chance to torture the d-bags that stole it.
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Man that is terrible! Sorry to read this.
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Thats my worst fear with my car. Sometimes i feel that Im paranoid and my wife says Im nuts. My garage has locks on top of locks and I put a baby monitor in there soI can here whats going on at all times during the night. I know it sound nuts but when I hear this I get worried!! How in the world did they get it !! I really hope u find it asap and safe and sound!!!
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for my 74 year old dad's stolen 1965 Malibu. It was stolen sometime last night, from Palm Sprints, CA. It's butternut yellow with West Virginia plates, 5PM 713. The plates could have been switched. It's got a Nelson Racing Engines TT, if it's not already stripped.

Here's the link to the info on the car:

http://www.nelsonracingengines.com/c...Turbo-LSX.html


Thanks,
Mike
I edited the title to show stolen car, and made it a sticky to keep it up top. Please let us know if it's found. Good luck.
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Unread 03-03-2012, 01:17 AM
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Sorry to hear this. If you like I can post this on YellowBullet's website. There is also a FB page for stolen race cars trailer rigs etc

https://www.facebook.com/StolenRaceCars
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Unread 03-03-2012, 10:11 AM
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Update...

The car was at a local shop when it was stolen sometime between 9:00 PM, on March 1, and 7:00 AM yesterday morning. It looks like it was targeted.

Intocarss, yes, please post it on YellowBullet. I'm not a member over there.

Thanks Jody for putting it on the top. And thanks everyone for your support.

It's not even my car and I couldn't sleep last night.

I'll post new info as it becomes available.
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Considering the lack of attention this will most likely get with local law enforcement, depending on the value which looks to be high, would hiring a private investigator be worth while?
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It's posted on YB

http://www.yellowbullet.com/forum/sh...d.php?t=454370
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The worst nightmare..Sorry to hear about that...
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