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A rare 1970 Plymouth Hemi Barracuda in avocado green with a floral-pattern vinyl roof and valued at $1.4 million has been stolen, and Hagerty is offering a $50,000 reward to help get it back.
An 11-year-old boy led police on a high-speed chase over the weekend in Minnesota while joyriding in a stolen cement mixer.
A woman in Virginia experienced a mother's worst nightmare when her car was stolen with her young son inside.
The Pinkteron detective agency is offering a $100,000 reward for information that leads to the recovery of a 2015 Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 Roadster stolen in New York.
"Why wouldn't the cops get our car? It's very mind boggling." – Jackie White.
As teenagers, we all entertain the idea of replacing our high school beater with a real car. Alas, for many of us, we are left waiting a few years until we have the disposable income to replace the rusty Pontiac Sunfire we learned to drive on with something more impressive. Maybe a hot hatchback or perhaps a gently used, entry level luxury sedan. A pair of 19 year olds in Santa Rosa, CA, though, just couldn't wait to pick up their very own "cool" car, so they did what any idiotic teenager would
Stories like this are too rare. Skip Wilson, 65, took delivery of his fully restored, 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air last Monday. That's not the cool part - he hadn't seen the car in over 30 years.
A Nebraska man couldn't believe his luck when police told him his motorcycle –- 46 years after it had been stolen.
A Chicago man used a stolen SUV to play full-sized bumper cars this week, and a concerned citizen caught it all on camera.
A stolen-vehicle case opened back in March was recently solved with the help of a property owner using Google Earth, a virtual globe and mapping service similar to Google Maps, ABC News reports. The man, who remains anonymous, found the stolen GMC Yukon while he was surveying his property in George County, Mississippi, using the map service and, judging by the top-down satellite image, thought he found a "shooting house" on his hunting grounds.
Want further proof that car thieves are the scum of the Earth? Some crooks in Sweden made off with a prized Volvo - the very first production P1800. The P1800, a two-door coupe, is a classic that's been growing in popularity over the years, thanks in no small part to its gorgeous sheetmetal.