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Offline drnano


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Offline 1991 Motoring


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Post the VIN & Engine #  ....number plates will be long gone.


2 ways these are stolen
- tilt tray
- with the key

VIN - WP0ZZZ99Z2S695494.



Offline deangpsx8

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Offline tasgirevik


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Offline VTR


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Damn,that's crap :(
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Offline andecorp

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Expect a serious investigation from the insurance company:

- car is for sale, but it's not selling
- car gets "stolen" and conveniently the pay out takes care of the "sale"
- owner is "conveniently" overseas and makes sure that is known publically, so he has an "alibi"
- the car is an "un-stealable" car in the traditional way, as Q mentioned it can only be done by truck or with keys

See what I mean? If let's say his payout is $200k, and if the insurance company pays an investigator whom eventually charges $190k, but finds a way for them not to pay, they'll do it, as they will be $10k better off. That's matter of course for the insurance companies.
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Offline tasgirevik


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Expect a serious investigation from the insurance company:
Yes , they are the full bottle on this sort of scenario.
The world of exotic cars is full of intrigue , mystery and financial troubles. All swimming in a sea of aberrant male hormones.



Offline futurism


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Could also be that they stole the keys of course
I know that I leave my keys in a very obvious place, downstairs,  by the back door

In the hope that if anyone follows me home and wants to come back later and steal the car, they take the keys, steal the car, and leave me (or since im frequently interstate, my girlfriend) alone.

If I wake up the next morning and the doors forced open and the cars gone, thats a better result than waking up at 2am being beaten about the head with a crowbar while some guys yells 'GIMME THE KEYS'



Offline tasgirevik


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Could also be that they stole the keys of course
I know that I leave my keys in a very obvious place, downstairs,  by the back door

In the hope that if anyone follows me home and wants to come back later and steal the car, they take the keys, steal the car, and leave me (or since im frequently interstate, my girlfriend) alone.

If I wake up the next morning and the doors forced open and the cars gone, thats a better result than waking up at 2am being beaten about the head with a crowbar while some guys yells 'GIMME THE KEYS'
Get a dog



Offline andecorp

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