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Inside the Twisted, Worldwide Hunt for a $7 Million Stolen Car

Discussion in 'General Automotive Discussion' started by NYC Fred, Aug 27, 2019.

  1. NYC Fred

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  3. Tubi Sales

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    Wow, that was great read.
     
  4. NYC Fred

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    This appears to be to be the guy featured prominently in the vintage section a while back...
     
  5. JoeTSI

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    GREAT story!
     
  6. sf_hombre

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    I think there's far more to that story than was written.
     
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  8. caseykimma

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    good story, worth a read
     
  9. merstheman

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    If you have (lots and lots of) time, it's worth reading the thread on 0384AM in the vintage section. The GQ article is a good read but also seems to me like a puff piece on a pretty dubious character.
     
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  10. pilotoCS

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    ^^^ True dat ^^^
     
  11. Doc_Dent

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    Read through most of it.
    A great read.
    THX 4 sharing,,,
     
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  13. ssgharkness020147

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    That car and it’s story is a legend in Milwaukee. I think mostly because people can’t wrap their heads around a car being worth the better part of 8 figures residing and being stolen from their back yard.
     

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