<VV> motor was blown but Justice will be Served!

Charles Lee Chaz at ProperProper.com
Tue Jul 13 15:54:24 EDT 2010

Nice to get it back, though according to the report, "The motor was blown 
but the exterior and interior of the car are still intact."

The guy & girl who stole my non-Corvair, left not only their property in the 
car, but magazines with their subscription labels on them, pictures of 
themselves.  The car wash took photos of them too when they had it washed 
(What ? It wasn't clean enough for you ?!?!?)

You'd think that the kicker was the guy left his parole papers in the back 
seat from that morning when he was released ROR, for guess what ?  Car theft 

However, the real kicker was that all this was IN THE CAR when the police 
turned it to me.
Soooooo, guess what ?  They couldn't use any of it because the chain of 
evidence was broken !

Gotta love it ...

I have to recount the time my 1962 Corvair wagon was stolen and reported 
abandoned IN THE SAME PRECINCT but I found it myself when I drove by their 
impound yard a month or so later.

Hopefully all those "eyes" they had said were looking for my car, are open 
when our cars get 'gone' ?

Sorry, just have to take every opportunity to rant when I hear these things 

I hope, too, that the guy(s) who stole this Vair have the $$$ to pay for the 
engine they ruined ?

Nice car, though, so good luck with her !


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Danforth West" <bonanz01 at myfairpoint.net>
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Subject: <VV> Justice (Almost) Served!

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