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Thread: STOLEN: Enclosed Trailer & BMW 1800TIsa from Colorado

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    STOLEN: Enclosed Trailer & BMW 1800TIsa from Colorado

    Stolen from Colorado Springs , CO. Saturday am early 22 Sep

    1965 BMW 1800tisa race car and enclosed trailer. Car vin 995013, trailer vin 40LAB2227RP025131
    Trailer plate : OQI513

    Please keep your eyes open. Car was restored and used for vintage racing.

    The trailer is a 23' white box trailer. On the front an RPMMotorsports logo. On the side the BMW Motorsport Historic logo. The car, of course is shown here. Please share this post wherever appropriate across the Southwest






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    Senior Member greggearhead's Avatar
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    Thanks. I've had some good luck helping others find stolen vehicles by plastering it all over the web to make the thing kryptonite, so they can't do anything with it and have to just dump it.

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    Congratulations!

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    GG, so happy you found your trailer and car. Is she ok? Is the trailer ok with all its contents? I've had my trailer broken into before and it's painful. But to have it stolen and then find it again so quickly, must be a relief.

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