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در April - 15 - 2016

Stolen 1982 Ferrari 308 GTSi Found After 28 Years

Auto theft has always been a serious problem, and today manufacturers are combating it more than ever with disabling devices, laser cut keys, and even biometrics. Of course, California has always hosted a number of metro areas that rank the highest for auto theft. Being on the west coast, it’s pretty easy for a professional car thief to jack-move a car, load it on a container ship, and send it across the big blue. Well, not all stolen cars make it to their destination. A prime example is this that was stolen 28 years ago and has just now resurfaced as it was about to be shipped out of the Long Beach Seaport.

The car is a that was stolen from a consignment lot in Orange Country, California on July 19th, 1987. The only reason the car caught the attention of customs agents was because the vehicle identification number (VIN) recorded on the export paperwork was used previously on a that was shipped off to Norway back in 2005. The California Highway Patrol, National Insurance Crime Bureau, and a Ferrari factory expert were able to determine what this car really was.

Back in the 1980s, when the car was stolen, the owner was compensated by his insurance company, and now wishes to remain anonymous. The car has probably been parked the entire time it has been missing, as it only has 45,000 miles on the clock. What happens to the car next is a bit of a mystery, and officials have remained quiet about who was shipping the car or who was receiving it.

Continue reading for the full story.



Stolen 1982 Ferrari 308 GTSi Found After 28 Years

Auto theft has always been a serious problem, and today manufacturers are combating it more than ever with disabling devices, laser cut keys, and even biometrics. Of course, California has always hosted a number of metro areas that rank the highest for auto theft. Being on the west coast, it’s pretty easy for a professional car thief to jack-move a car, load it on a container ship, and send it across the big blue. Well, not all stolen cars make it to their destination. A prime example is this that was stolen 28 years ago and has just now resurfaced as it was about to be shipped out of the Long Beach Seaport.

The car is a that was stolen from a consignment lot in Orange Country, California on July 19th, 1987. The only reason the car caught the attention of customs agents was because the vehicle identification number (VIN) recorded on the export paperwork was used previously on a that was shipped off to Norway back in 2005. The California Highway Patrol, National Insurance Crime Bureau, and a Ferrari factory expert were able to determine what this car really was.

Back in the 1980s, when the car was stolen, the owner was compensated by his insurance company, and now wishes to remain anonymous. The car has probably been parked the entire time it has been missing, as it only has 45,000 miles on the clock. What happens to the car next is a bit of a mystery, and officials have remained quiet about who was shipping the car or who was receiving it.

Continue reading for the full story.


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Stolen 1982 Ferrari 308 GTSi Found After 28 Years

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