After all the stolen Camaro stories, we thought we’d written our last. But now there’s a story of another owner who was reunited with his stolen Camaro after decades of grief.
An electric Isle of Man TT racer ridden by Lee Johnston was stolen from Brammo’s headquarters in Talent, Ore., sometime between Thursday night and Friday morning of last week. Like stealing rare cars, taking a rare $250,000 motorcycle doesn’t sound like a good idea. Isn’t it a little...obvious? [Update: it has been…
I’ll never understand car thieves, especially if they’re stealing a rare car that’s easy to spot by a passionate and often detail-obsessed fanbase. According to NBC 7, a rare 964-generation Porsche Speedster—only one of about 400 imported to the United States—has gone missing.
Good news for Travis Kvapil! According to WXYZ, the Team Xtreme race car Kvapil was supposed to race at Atlanta Motor Speedway was found early today by the side of the road northwest of Atlanta in Gwinnett County, Georgia, twenty miles from where it was stolen.
Want a film-spec Range Rover Sport fit For James Bond? Know where to find some shady, likely Albanian guys? You just might be in luck!
It can't be possible. I refuse to believe it. But there are reports circling that the Batmobile has been stolen from the set of Batman Vs. Superman in Detroit.
We are a mere 10 days into July but it's already been a really crappy month for Bob Heroux. http://www.motorauthority.com/news/1093214_h…
This is AJ's Toyota Celica. I met him in a Sears parking lot, where I pulled up to complement him on how clean his car looked, and we ended up talking cars for a while. He's a cool guy, and I'm just trying to help him get back his ride. He's just a college gearhead who loves his car, which was stolen last night.
If you've been away from a loved one for 46 years, it's expected your first reaction at a reunification is going to be one of disbelief. That's what happened to a Nebraska man after being reconnected with a Triumph Tiger 100 motorcycle following its theft nearly half a century ago.
My Beetle is still missing. I've called every impound lot, entered the license plate into databases, combed adjoining and sketchier neighborhoods, made and distributed flyers, Facebooked, Tweeted, placed Craigslist ads, and anything else I could think to try. I've tried to focus on other things, but I find myself…
Automakers give out free cars to magazines and some websites for as long as a year. They call them long-term testers.
America's car thieves just can't get enough late '90s Honda sedans, but a few Detroit models are starting to catch some notice as well, based on LoJack's analysis of the 10,649 vehicles stolen with its systems installed last year.
By now, you must realize that you can never own or race this car. The awesome power of the internet has put pictures of every inch of it onto every imaginable forum. This will only get worse with time.
This could be the first 2010 Chevy Camaro to be the victim of wheel theft. Even worse, the bad guys weren't even nice enough to leave it on blocks. All this for 18s?
Princess Beatrice of England is "extremely embarrassed" after getting her BMW 1-Series stolen. Why? She left the keys in the ignition while shopping.
It's British slang day! Blag means steal. Beckham means a slightly overrated, highly-paid English
soccer player with the fashion sense of K-Fed. And he's married to Posh Spice. And his X5 got jacked by a gang of professional car theives in Spain.
Last year, one of every 200 registered 1999 Acura Integras was stolen, making the six-year-old street-racing favorite 2004's most stolen vehicle, according to CCC Information Services. Ranked second and third in the study of "total-loss" thefts, were the 2002 BMW M Roadster and the 1998 Acura Integra, respectively.…