A rare muscle car worth $1.4 million was stolen recently from its owner's home in Westchester, NY. Hagerty, a classic car insurer, is asking for your help in returning it to its rightful owner.

The car in question is a 1970 Plymouth Barracuda packing a Hemi engine, an avocado green paintjob, and a rather strange but distinctive floral-pattern vinyl top. Chrysler offered last bit as a factory option, but only one ever left the factory on a Hemi 'Cuda. That makes this a one-of-a-kind 'Cuda worth more than a million dollars.

The rare Mopar muscle car belongs to one Steven Juliano of Pelham Manor in Westchester County, NY. It was reportedly being prepared for transport to another location when it was snatched up at around midnight on Monday, April 25. It's unclear if the thief knew its value, but its rarity ought to make it very difficult to offload. So if you see this one-off classic around, or (even better) if someone tries to sell it to you, contact the classic-car insurance experts at Hagerty. A reward of up to $50,000 is being offered to help get it back.

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