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Old 11-12-2010, 09:32 PM   #11
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Shouldn't be hard to spot. Around here I rarely see the new 2010-11 Mustangs. I've only seen on 5.0 so far in St. Louis driving around.
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Old 11-12-2010, 10:57 PM   #12
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In canada, we dont have the "GPS" tracking, as far as I know, its "illegal" as per some privacy laws...stupid, I dont care if they find it, I dont want it back, ill want another one, but the same thing that happened to my friends/co workers, F150 harley davidson truck, was found...stripped. So I bet its half apart by now, and some kid will buy that 5.0 and put it in his fox body....And cause im a young male, the insurance company will somehow blame me for it, and take 9 million ****ing years to pay me out...
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Old 11-12-2010, 11:06 PM   #13
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what really sucks is that you are going to take a hit on the payout as you arent going to get near what the new one will cost
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Old 11-12-2010, 11:11 PM   #14
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Unreal...I would kick the witnesses *** for starters!!!
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Old 11-12-2010, 11:23 PM   #15
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Man, that sucks royally. That sucks some serious sweaty *****. That sucks beyond all belief.
If it were me, I would be so pissed off that the guy would become a giant pin cushion for bayonet drills.

Are you sure that it is not some practical joke? Maybe some of your buddies might have done it and just hid your car off post somewhere.

I remember when I was in basic training, this is the US army now, one of the drill sergeants had a really sweet pick-up truck. All of the other drill sergeants in the company all got together, even made some of the recruits help them, and about 15 or so guys lifted the back end of the truck and a couple more guys pushed it out of its parking space and actually across one of the drill fields into the training area of the post where POVs were prohibited. Of course the post MPs later during the day saw the truck and had it towed away. When that drill sergeant came back to his parking space at the end of the duty day and he reported his truck stolen to the MPs, and he found out that it was towed, he was livid.

I don't know how the beans were spilled, but the company XO found out that all of the other company drill sergeants did it, and heads rolled. I don't know if anyone was court marshaled, but I have no doubts that each of the pranksters got an article 15 (something akin to a misdemeanor).
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I feel you man, sounds like an inside job!
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Old 11-13-2010, 07:30 AM   #17
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Was it stolen at nite, or during the day?..Why would the truck not have any plates on it, that doesn't make sense, if your doing something illegal why would you do something that would attract attention to you, like riding around without a license plate?
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what really sucks is that you are going to take a hit on the payout as you arent going to get near what the new one will cost
I have to look into that, as I may have bought the policy that has full coverage for theft and fire. But Im sure your right, and im screwed...
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Was it stolen at nite, or during the day?..Why would the truck not have any plates on it, that doesn't make sense, if your doing something illegal why would you do something that would attract attention to you, like riding around without a license plate?
early am, its dark here now til 0900 this time of yr. And the plate was taken off I assume becausse they dont want anyone to call it in. Who notices a truck with no plate, when you have a flatbed trailer on?

If this is a joke, someone is getting seriously hurt, and ill end up in jail. You dont **** with my car. Not trying to sound like a "tough guy" but some things are sacred, my dog, my car, and ( sometimes ) my woman.
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Dont worry, insurance will pay for it
and you have the piece of mind that
it will never be driven again without
your PATS keys (unless a dealership
stole it or a key was above the visor).
Sure it was not repo'ed?
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