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The goal of this webpage is to assist both Law Enforcement and the Victims in recovering these stolen classic cars.

If you wish to post information about a stolen classic car, please click here for information regarding what is necessary to do so.

Vehicles will remain listed as stolen until recovered by Law Enforcement or Victims

-----Original Message-----
From: Scott Stromberg <scottstromberg@sbcglobal.net>
To: Gary Labb 
Sent: Tue, January 29, 2013 6:19 pm
Subject: stolen 73 Ford Highboy

1973 Ford Highboy Heavy Duty Pickup
VIN: F26YRS03316
License: 894LVY (UT)
Vehicle Color: Red orange
Where Stolen: Mira Loma
Date of Theft: 05/20/09
Reporting Agency and their Case #: Riverside SD Jurupa Case # E091400052
Reporting Agency Contact Number: 951-955-2600
Further description of the vehicle: all refurbished
Unique identifiers: Mural on tailgate - marks on the block etc

Note: This vehicle is no longer listed in NCIC as the record has been purged. The purged record is still listed in NICB records.

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-----Original Message-----
Subject: WSATI Stolen Classics
From: Phillips, Mitchell <mphillips@ci.costa-mesa.ca.us>
Date: Thu, June 18, 2009 12:22 pm

Investigation revealed that both cars were last seen Friday evening, April 24th, 2009 at approximately 1900 hours being loaded by two men into a large carry-all truck on the corner of Monrovia and 18th in Costa Mesa. The truck was seen shortly after on eastbound 19th street heading toward the northbound 55 freeway. The truck was described to be white, in excellent condition, with unknown CA license plate information. It had a partial name of "Riverside" on the side of the transportation trailer. There were two men seen, one African American man, possibly in his 50s, about 160 lbs, with a ball cap and a goatee. This man was the driver of the vehicle. The other man was described to be Caucasian, grey hair, 6 foot tall with a slender build in his 60s.  If you have any information, please contact Detective Mitch Phillips at (714) 754-5379.  Both vehicle are described as a 1955 Red over White Matador Chevy Bel Air Convertible CA. license #8A7134 VIN #VC55F193257. The 1957 Turquoise Chevy Bel Air Convertible  Ca. license 57TPLS VIN #VC57B176055.  Both classic cars were taken from the area of Monrovia Street and 18th street in the City of Costa Mesa, CA. The incident occurred between Friday April 24th and April 25th, 2009 between 1900 - 0600 hours.

We are seeking any information and assistance regarding the theft and whereabouts of both vehicles, which  were taken simultaneously from the same location. I have pursued several investigative leads across the United Sates  with negative results. Both vehicles are very distinct and can be positively identified. I'm requesting fellow classic car enthusiasts to please be cognizant at various classic car shows across the United States in hopes of locating both vehicles. If you have any information that can help with the assist and recovery, please contact me using the information below. Your identity can remain anonymous. Please refer all informational assistance to Costa Mesa PD Case DR # 09-6878 and DR # 09-6879. T hanks for your help and assistance.



1955 Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible
LIC/8A7134 (CA black plate) 
Color/Matador Red and White. White Top
Interior-Stock red and white interior.
Engine is GM Crate 350 with Turbo 350 transmission.  Wheels/Tires are Wire wheels with whitewalls. Stock brakes.
Costa Mesa PD DR # 09-6878


1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible
Interior- Stock blue and white interior
Engine is GM ZZ4 with 700R Transmission.  Engine Compartment had everything hidden. Power brakes hidden below floorboard. Wheels-15" American Torque Thrust Wheels.  Disc brakes all around.  Dakota Digital Gauges.  Hidden Classic Autosounds stereo.
Costa Mesa PD DR # 09-6879

Detective Mitchell G. Phillips
Costa Mesa P.D.
99 Fair Drive, Costa Mesa CA 92628
Work: (714) 754-5379
FAX: (714) 754-4881
email: mphillips@ci.costa-mesa.ca.us

Note: These vehicles are no longer listed in NCIC as the records have been purged. The purged records are still listed in NICB records.

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-----Original Message-----
From: Forest Ratcliff <flratcliff@sbcglobal.net>
Subject: WSATI Stolen Classics
Date: Wednesday, May 6, 2009, 3:17 PM

1965 Chevrolet Impala SS 
Date of Theft: 3-30-09

White with red interior. Restored to like new condition. Owner Forest Ratcliff Cell # 817-726-0888.  or call Fort Worth, Tx. 817-392-8660.
Fort Worth (TX) PD Case # 090034215 - (817) 253-4254

Note: This vehicle is no longer listed in NCIC as the record has been purged. The purged record is still listed in NICB records.
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R E C O V E R E D by Los Angeles PD on 4/25/09

-----Original Message-----
Subject: Stolen Mercedes 280sl
From: Adrienne Gits <adriennegits@mac.com>
Date: Sat, March 21, 2009 4:30 pm

1969 Mercedes 280SL 

Car was in mint condition with dark tan interior.  All original parts.  Automatic Transmission.
There was a blue Kona sticker on the driver's side front windshield.

Stolen from 4200 Block of Redwood Ave, Marina Del Rey, CA on March 19th at 6:30 pm.

The car was stolen by 2 men who drove up in a maroon Chevy Geo.  This is an unusual color for a Geo and was probably a custom paint job.  The entire thing was recorded on a security camera.

Thank you for your help, we are praying we find it.

Sincerely, Jon Rahman

Los Angeles Police Department
Case # 091409152 - Detective Bret Johnson - (310) 482-6352
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R E C O V E R E D by CHP Culver City on 7/17/12
-----Original Message-----
From: James Stoa <26172@lapd.lacity.org>
Sent: Wed, November 11, 2009 11:52:15 AM
Subject: Stolen Classics

The photo is not the actual vehicle, but similar.

1972 Chevy Nova
California License 4THJ395, last registered January 2009
Vehicle color was black
Stolen from: 1100 Block of West Gage Av. in Los Angeles
Date of Theft: 3-13-2009 1630 hours
LAPD 77th DR # 091210377 - 213-485-6991

Victim parked vehicle at above residence in back yard.  Victim’s friend called and asked if he had taken his vehicle back home.  Victim advised that he had not seen the vehicle since he had dropped it off on 3-1-09.  Unknown Suspect(s) had taken Victim’s vehicle. 

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R E C O V E R E D by Los Angeles SD on 6/12/09

-----Original Message-----
From: "Northam, Patrick C." <PCNortha@lasd.org>
To: Gary Labb
Cc: "Corral, Jess" <JCorral@lasd.org>; "Molina, George" <GMolina@lasd.org>
Sent: Thursday, July 2, 2009 8:56:33 AM
Subject: Detectives slam brakes on shop

Hi Gary:

Could you please add this newspaper article on the Chop Shop Arrests on the WSATI Web Site.  I have attached the link to the Signal Newspaper in Santa Clarita.

This is the case that started with the recovery of the 1956 Chevy Convertible that is listed on your web site.



Pat Northam,
Crime Analyst, TRAP

-----Original Message-----
Subject: Recovered 1956 Bel-Air.
From: "Ramirez, Cesar" <C2Ramire@lasd.org>
Date: Tue, June 16, 2009 7:52 am

Another car on the Stolen Classic Car web-site was recovered - the 1956, Chevy Bel-Air, convertible, vin-VC56L010629. Stolen on Feb 27, 2009.  This vehicle was involved in a Classic Car theft ring, connected to a restoration shop in Santa Clarita, California.  3 stolen trailers and this 56 Bel-Air (chopped up) were recovered directly connected to the restoration shop.  This case developed from a 2805vc inspection, the investigation is on-going.  TRAP Detective G. Molina, West Team (818) 830-6977

Cesar Ramirez

-----Original Message-----
From: "Manning, Robert A." <ramannin@lasd.org>
Sent: Tuesday, March 3, 2009 9:12:39 AM
Subject: Stolen 1956 Classic Car

Can you add this to the Classic Car site.  Thank you sir.

-----Original Message-----
From: Rob Primm <rob@r2designinternational.com>

1956 Chevrolet Convertible
COLOR/Red and White
LASD Santa Clarita - File # 09-03712-06 - (818) 984-0630

This 1956 Chevy Convertible was stolen from the parking lot of the Claim Jumper Restaurant in Valencia on Friday, February 27th. 

This car is identifiable in many ways: Custom built 383 stroker motor by Speed O Motive. Dart aluminum heads, Edelbrock Air Gap intake with a Demon Carb. Full MSD 6Al System. Billet Specialties serpentine system with remote PS reservoir. Griffen polished radiator. 700R4 transmission with a Billet Works Sheet Metal 9” rear end.

Dropped spindles with rack and pinion steering on the front end. 17x8 and 17x9” polished American Racing Torq Thrust Wheels mounted with BFG G Force tires. 4 wheel Aero Space Slotted Disc Brakes.

Custom gauge cluster, I Didit chrome column and stainless dash insert. Custom stereo system with 6 speakers and a 12” woofer mounted in the trunk. Optima Red Top Battery mounted in the trunk on a custom Billet housing.

I appreciate any help I can get in finding my car.

Thank you, Rob Primm

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R E C O V E R E D by Riverside County SD on 08/09/09
-----Original Message-----
From: Guy Gilbert <ggilbert@riversidesheriff.org>
Sent: Thursday, February 26, 2009 4:44 PM
Subject: take a look at the wanted poster. If this truck is out and about it can't be missed.. 

Some time between 2/18/09 and 2/19/09 there was a burglary / auto theft in the unincorporated area of Riverside known as Woodcrest.  The custom 1956 Ford truck pictured below was stolen during the incident. The truck is valued at over $100,000.  Other items taken from the residence include an Acer laptop and a LG 32" flat screen TV.  The truck's license plates were behind the seat at the time of the theft.
1956 Ford F100 Pickup
Riverside County Sheriffs Perris Station Case # PC09050015
If this truck is recovered, hold for prints and contact Investigator Gilbert at Perris Station at 951-840-8945

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-----Original Message-----
From: Eddie Ferko <EFerko@chulavistapd.org>
Sent: Tuesday, April 20, 2010 3:46 PM
Subject: Classic Car Auto theft Chula Vista Police Dept. Case #09-01676

On 01/25/2009 this vehicle was secured in a residential garage.  Two unknown males in their late teens/early 20s entered the unoccupied residence after 9:00 am and took the vehicle from the secured attached garage.  This 1967 Pontiac GTO is valued at $30,000.   Other items taken from the residence include 4 laptops (3 Apple, 1 Dell).  If vehicle is located please hold for prints and DNA.

Best regards,
Detective Ed Ferko
Criminal Investigations Division
Chula Vista Police Department
Office (619) 409-3875

1967 Pontiac GTO 2 Door
Color: Black over Gold
Stolen from: 1700 Block of Country Vistas Lane, Bonita, CA
Date of Theft: 01/25/09
Chula Vista PD - Case # 09-01676 - 619-691-5151
Further Description of the Vehicle: car stereo mounted in the glove box

Note: This vehicle is no longer listed in NCIC as the record has been purged. The purged record is still listed in NICB records.

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-----Original Message-----
From: James Stoa <26172@lapd.lacity.org>
Sent: Wed, November 11, 2009 11:52:15 AM
Subject: Stolen Classics

No photo available

1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass
LIC/1PXJ751 (CA last registered November 1988)
Vehicle color was Green
Stolen from: 7900 South Wadsworth Av in Los Angeles
Date of Theft: 01-24-2009 1500 hours
LAPD 77th DR # 091206133 - 213-485-6991

Victim parked and locked his vehicle at above residence in his friends garage on 1-20-09 at 1500 hours.  When Victim returned on 1-24-09 at 1200 hours, the vehicle was gone and no one had permission to take the vehicle.

Note: This vehicle is no longer listed in NCIC as the record has been purged. The purged record is still listed in NICB records.

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-----Original Message-----
From: Jon David <j7594d@lvmpd.com>
Sent: Tuesday, February 09, 2010 8:35 AM
Subject: stolen classic car

Reference you Email:

1965 Chevrolet Impala SS
License/263TJB (NV)
Vehicle Color: Orange/Gold
Where Stolen: 212 W. Utah Ave, Las Vegas
Date of Theft: 12/18/08
Reporting Agency and their case number: Las Vegas Metro PD Case # 081218-0887
Reporting Agency contact number: Det. Jon David - (702) 828-3040
Further description of the vehicle:
Unique identifiers: Impala logo airbrushed into paint

Anything else please let me know,

Detective J. David
Las Vegas Metropolitan Police
VIPER Investigations Task Force

-----Original Message-----
From: Victor White 
Sent: Mon, January 25, 2010 8:54:42 PM
Subject: Stolen vehicle

My name is Victor White and I am from Las Vegas NV. On chrismas day of 08 my 1965 chevy impala ss was stolen out of a body shop where it was getting work done in las vegas. It was fully custom with color changing paint orange/gold with the impala logo airbrushed into the paint. It had nevada plates at the time of the theft and chrome rims. I am offering a huge reward for the recovery of this vehicle, It has a lot of family history with me and I would like it back.  any information contact me personally 

victor 702-406-0501

Note: This vehicle is no longer listed in NCIC as the record has been purged. The purged record is still listed in NICB records.

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R E C O V E R E D by Pima County SD on 12/06/08

-----Original Message-----
From: Larry Thompson <Larry.Thompson@tucsonaz.gov>
Sent: Wednesday, November 19, 2008 10:27 AM
Subject: Stolen 65 Chevy PU

-----Original Message-----
From: "Scott McCaw" <smccaw1960@cox.net> 
Date: 11/18/2008 6:01 PM

Good evening, Officer Thompson.  I  was the victim of a burglary here in Tucson last week.  In the process, the perpetrators stole my 1965 Chevy C-10 1/2 ton pick up.  This truck was originally purchased by my father in 1965 and due to his recent passing, the truck was left to me.  I would like to request your services, please, in placing the attached pictures of the truck in your officers briefing paperwork, if you would.

As you can imagine, being the 2nd owner of a 1965 vehicle, it has great sentiment and I would like to put as many eyes out there on the streets as possible to recover my father's truck.

I would like to thank you in advance for your efforts and assistance on recovering my cherished pickup.

Thank you, Scott McCaw

1965 Chevrolet C-10 1/2 Ton Pickup
LIC/Historic Vehicle License Plates KGY9
COLOR/Maroon with White Top; White Stripe between the body chrome on the bed.
ADDITIONAL DESCRIPTION: Chrome front bumper and grill
Tuscon (AZ) PD Case # 0811120123 - Contact (520) 791-4462

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R E C O V E R E D by San Bernardino SD on 3/12/09

-----Original Message-----
From: spider <spiderwerks@mac.com>
Sent: Monday, April 20, 2009 12:30:46 AM
Subject: WSATI Stolen Classics - Car Found

this car along with 12 others was found by police. thanks for posting it.

-----Original Message-----
Subject: Stolen Speedster Replica - Los Angeles
From: <bittenbythespider@mac.com>
Date: Mon, November 10, 2008 7:19 pm


Below is information regarding my car that was stolen last week in a beautiful neighborhood in the Hollywood Hills.

All the best.

Ron Entwistle

1957 Porsche 356a Speedster Replica (Vintage Speedster)
VIN: 118744503
License: 5POC607
Vehicle Color: Sky Blue
Where Stolen: Vine St, at Ivarene Ave, Hollywood Hills, Los Angeles, CA 90068
Date of Theft: 11/04/08
Reporting Agency and their case number: LAPD Hollywood DR # 080630769
Reporting Agency contact number: (213) 485-4302
Further description of the vehicle: Registration reads - 1968 VW Beattle
Unique identifiers: Tan top, Off White leatherette (looking worn), Tan carpets, flared fenders, 5 point deep dish 70's style mag wheels with wide lo profile tires, Nardi steering wheel, Aluminum racing pedals, small Porsche badge on hood, chromed "Carrera" script on rear,  AM/FM/CD

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-----Original Message-----
From: Brian Kilduff <briankilduff@sbcglobal.net>
Sent: Sunday, November 9, 2008 11:45:23 PM
Subject: RE: stolen 87 t-type

Hi Gary,

Although this car may not fit the strict definition of a classic, it could lead to some of the other true classics that are on your list. These cars are highly sought after, Jay Leno and Sean Penn own one (both stolen and recovered).  It was the fastest accelerating production car of the 80's, 13.9 seconds in the quarter mile.

Here is the information on my car for your consideration.

Year, Make, Model: 1987 Buick Regal T-Type
VIN: 1G4GJ1172HP430267
License: 2GTG896 (CA)
Vehicle Color: Dark blue
Where Stolen: Reseda, CA.
Date of Theft: 10/19/08
Reporting Agency and their Case Number:
LAPD West Valley DR # 08-10-31065
Reporting Agency Contact Number:  818-374-7756
Further Description of the Vehicle:  Torque Thrust 2 rims, Turbo Charger
Unique Identifiers: It had one my "Kilduff Shifters" in it.

Thanks, Brian Kilduff

For Additional Information, Please Go to Brian's Webpage at http://www.kilduffmachine.com/

Note: This vehicle is no longer listed in NCIC as the record has been purged. The purged record is still listed in NICB records.

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-----Original Message-----
Subject: Re: 1969 Chevy Long Bed Pickup
From: Daniel A Tocci <dtoccijr@yahoo.com>
Date: Fri, September 26, 2008 6:06 am

My truck was stolen from my house in Littleton, Colorado on Friday Sept 19th between the hours of 12:01 a.m. and 4:00 a.m. The description is as follows:

1969 Chevy Long Bed Pickup
LIC/SUPRMN1 (CO collector series)

402 big block engine

  • Aluminum embossed valve covers 
  • Chevy air cleaner 
  • Edlebrock polished carb with a inline fuel pressure gauge
  • Custom stainless steel flex fan 
  • Custom made fan shroud out of aluminum
  • Power steering reservoir sits on top of alternator drivers side
The transmission was just rebuilt and is a 4 speed 700R painted gray


  • Black velour with Chevy logo floor mats
  • Black dash mat 
  • Power amp under the seat, twin speakers in dash on top, kick panel speakers 
  • Sun tachometer
  • Red bulbs in interior, as well as dash - 
  • Light knob falls off switch 
  • Magnetic flames that stick to glove box and where the radio mounts
  • Wood steering wheel
Rims are 15 inch M/T's 6 lug with 235/7515 Michelin on the front and 31x105015 on the rears.

Has a custom fit ARE hard cover on the rear - gray carpet in the bed with 2 box speakers one on each side.

Thanks for the help, Dan Tocci Jr.
Cell: 720-937-6211
Work: 303-342-3852

Jefferson County (CO) SO - Case # 08-32928 - 303-277-0211

Note: This vehicle is no longer listed in NCIC as the record has been purged. The purged record is still listed in NICB records.

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-----Original Message-----
From: C.L. Jarusek <ten7eow@aol.com>
Date: Monday, September 22, 2008 8:59:14 AM
1959 El Camino

1959 Chevrolet El Camino 2 Door, 4 Speed Pickup Truck
LIC/8G58882 (CA)
Date of Theft: 09/12/08
Color: white roof, aquamarine/turquoise body (very straight)
          truck bed is grey/brown speckle
           interior is medium brown-  dash/ headliner /trim
           pearl blue bench seat (vinyl & cloth) w/white piping 
           (new, no picture)
           black carpet
           no interior door panels

  • Wheels: red wheels (no hubcaps); 1" whitewall 14" tires
  • Engine: 283 small block, 4.6l, original rebuilt engine (orange/ chrome)
  • Edelbrock carburetor, valve covers, & intake
  • Front windshield has a crack down the center (top to bottom)
  • back windshield has a "lucky 13" cat sticker
LAPD Wilshire DR # 08 07 25623 - 213-473-0476

Note: This vehicle is no longer listed in NCIC as the record has been purged. The purged record is still listed in NICB records.

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-----Original Message-----
From: Maurice Felsbourg <maurice@felsbourg.com>
Sent: Tuesday, September 30, 2008 3:15:54 AM
Subject: Stolen 1956 Porsche 356A T1 Speedster

Dear guys,

I found your website and I hope you will place this.  I bought an original 1956 Porsche 356A T1 Speedster. It was picked up in Sonoma/Santa Rosa CA on 9/11.  Since then the car is missing.

Year, Make, Model: 1956 Porsche 356A  T1 Speedster
License/ 6DBN906 (CA)
Vehicle Color: White, Black interior, Black softtop
Where Stolen: Sonoma Santa Rosa CA

Contact Information
Investigator Jim Thomsen
Sonoma County Auto Theft Task Force/California Highway Patrol

Car is in excellent condition. Extra engine was delivered to it.  It also is missing.  Matching numbers, all body parts have the numbers in them. Matching transmission.

Sonoma County Auto Theft Task Force - Case # S067-325-08 - 707-565-1371

Note: This vehicle is no longer listed in NCIC as the record has been purged. The purged record is still listed in NICB records.

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-----Original Message-----
Subject: WSATI Stolen Classics
From: Radu Muntean <radu0007@hotmail.com>
Date: Wed, August 17, 2011 2:02 pm
To: Gary Labb

I know it has been a while since my beloved Porsche has been stolen, and I know that the chances of getting it back are slim, but please add my car to the cars that had been stolen list. 

1982 Porsche 911SC Sedan
VIN: WP0AA0910CS120208
LIC: 4PLS707 (CA)
Vehicle Color: Black
Where Stolen: Hollywood Hills, CA
Date of Theft: 08/13/08
Reporting Agency and Case #: LAPD North Hollywood DR # 081521174 
Reporting Agency Contact Number: 818-623-4045
Further Description of the Vehicle: Although it was a 911sc, the rear badge said Carrera, something the previous owner did and I never bothered to change.  The rims were the Fuchs 6” front and 8” rear. One of the rear wheels had a polished rim while the other was regular anodized aluminum as the others.  The car was slightly lowered and the rear wheels slightly spaced so it had more aggressive stance than the average 911 at the time. The interior was black leather with sport seats. The driver side showed some wear but the passenger seat looked brand new.  The dash did have the notorious crack that all 911s get.
Unique Identifiers: Driver side rear quarter window had a POC sticker. The only thing that made this car (visually) different than any other black SC was the flat black tape (about 1” wide) stretching across the forward leading edge of the hood.  It was my attempt to cover some stone chips. 

Thank You,

Radu Muntean

Note: This vehicle is no longer listed in NCIC as the record has been purged. The purged record is still listed in NICB records.

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R E C O V E R E D by Los Angeles PD on 2/6/09
-----Original Message-----
From: Liza Carbe  <mailto:strangtree@earthlink.net]
Sent: Friday, August 01, 2008 11:58 AM
Subject: stolen1960corvette

1960 Chevy Corvette
California black plate number JGD158
  • White with light blue and turquoise interior.
  • Automatic Transmission
  • Hardtop convertible
  • Some of the windows show cracks (this is also known as "crazed glass")
Glendale PD Case # 08-12950 - Detective Barba - 818-548-2097

It was at my mechanics being repaired and was stolen from in front of his shop between 7.00 and 8.30 am July 24th at 921 Ruberta Street in West Glendale.

If you happen to see it or have any information, please call me at 818-429-1024 or email strangtree@earthlink.net.  I am offering a $500 reward to anyone who provides info directly leading to the recovery of our car.

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-----Original Message-----
Subject: Stolen Classics
From: Gary Coronado <garycoronado@hotmail.com>
Date: Thu, November 19, 2009 7:56 am

Hello Gary,

Here is a photo of the current registration showing I am the owner of the 1957 Chevrolet.  This is the information I would like to have changed on your website.

Please change the information to read:

My car was left in the care of my cousin's husband Gordon. He took the car to the muffler shop and stopped at Sears on the way home. It was gone when he came out. I have had this car over 20 years and hoping it is recovered. If you have any information call Gary at Cell (561) 722-0133 Home (561) 586-2342 or email:  garycoronado@hotmail.com 

All other information should remain the same on the website.

Thank you for your patience and help.

Sincerely, Gary Coronado

-----Original Message-----
From: lwz55@juno.com
To: info@laccc.com
Sent: Wednesday, July 09, 2008 8:06 PM
Subject: Stolen Car Alert!

1957 Chevy Belair sport coupe
California black plate number PLL062.
Matador red with black interior.
Stolen 7/8/08 between 2:30 and 3:30 pm from Westminster Mall in Westminster California.
Westminster PD File # 08-06243 - (714) 898-3315

  • Lowered in front with Super Bell disc brakes.
  • American Torque Thrust wheels with Kelly tires.
  • Has original power pack 283 with powerglide.
  • Rocker molding missing on left side.
  • New dual exhaust system installed the day it was stolen.
  • Original wheels and hubcaps in the trunk.
This car belongs to my wife's cousin.  I took it to the muffler shop for him today and stopped at Sears on my way home.  It was gone when I came out.  He got this car when he was a senior in high school 23 years ago.  Call Gordon.  H (562) 598-1987  C (562) 715-7408

Note: This vehicle is no longer listed in NCIC as the record has been purged. The purged record is still listed in NICB records.

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