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Thread: Stolen RS listed on FB: 9113601175

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    Stolen RS listed on FB: 9113601175

    Seen on the Sports Cars, Prototypes and Endurance Racing page...
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    Peter Kane

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    That most certainly would put a "dampener" on your evening.

    Bloody shame and based on the number plate the owner was a Porsche person.

    Stolen for order I would say and probably wont see the light of day for a while if ever and not as it was if it does.

    I detest thieves.

    Mark

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    One would think that with the north of 100,000 cameras in London, they should find it quickly
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    David. Unfortunately not if stolen to order. Would have been put directly into an enclosed truck. No sign of it then in transit
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    If you have a good time line it doesn't matter if it is an enclosed truck.
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    Posted on Instagram as well . . . sad

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    They can identify every truck that left the parking on that night
    They have unbelievable software and zillions of cameras, almost no police cars anymore.
    David

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    either pros or thugs.

    Either should be crucified for messing with a numbered historic automobile.
    LOOKING FOR 1967S TRANSMISSION #103586
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    Also worth listing the engine number in case it ever turns up separately.

    6631147

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    Seems like there must be some hi tech locating device available, like an ELT or an EPIRB for auto application, that can’t be defeated, hidden battery, etc

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