What to do when your 1989 slant-nose 911 Turbo disappears and can't be found through conventional means? Chris Burk decided to create a webpage and offer a $25,000 reward for his missing car, which went missing on June 2nd, 2005. It's a great idea, but the car was stolen over a month ago. It's highly unlikely that it's in one piece anymore (in fact, it probably didn't survive the first 24 hours intact). For those of us that own highly customized cars, theft is an ever-present concern, especially considering the widespread mentality that it's primarily an "insurance problem" and even the strongest of theft deterrents are just that, deterrents that don't necessarily prevent theft. Chris, here's hoping that you get your car back.
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