Ever since the Great Beetle Recovery, we’ve been getting requests to run stories to help find stolen cars, and we try to, as much as we can. But this one about a lovely, stolen 1968 Firebird is different. Not just because of the striking car involved, but because of how the car wasn’t just physically stolen — it was …
Just a few nights ago this Laser Red 2002 Audi S4 was stolen in Washington state. Yesterday the cops found it in their very own parking lot, and the reason why gets an epic criminal facepalm. But the car was only recovered because enthusiasts had spread it all over the internet.
If you're up on the goings-on in the cheese world, chances are you've heard of Tillamook Dairy's tiny fleet of three promotional VW buses, all shortened, looking like a trio of drivable cheese cubes. Incredibly, someone stole them, along with their carrier truck, and Tillamook is offering $10,000 to find them.
The GMC Syclone was the great muscle truck of the early ‘90s and anyone who spends the time rebuilding a restoring one of these rare classics deserves praise. Matt Quinn got his stolen instead.
While there's certainly nothing wrong with a little rental car abuse in the name of fun, we'd say 150 MPH Police chases in a car you didn't actually rent is a slightly different story.
Be on the lookout for the Buick Grand National and truck pictured above. It's owned by a member of the TurboBuick.com forums and was was apparently stolen this weekend in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Details below.
James Rogers had been building his perfect car, a black Ford Escort RS Cosworth, only to have it stolen while it was getting a simple repair. Help us find a fellow enthusiast's one-of-a-kind petrolhead masterpiece.
Not to get all Tipper Gore, but people do realize that "Grand Theft Auto" is just a video game and not a self-help exercise? Because even if you're high, you shouldn't steal a police cruiser and wreck it.
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.
Let's say you're MacGyver, you've turned to a life of crime and need to steal a car. All you have is a shoelace, some tin cans and a nail. Of course you punch a hole in each can, string them together and hook them to the bumper of a car then lie in wait to pounce when the driver gets out to see what's making all that…
New Jersey police are claiming that a black bear is the prime suspect in a car theft in Vernon Township. Apparently, the bear was attracted to the sweets inside the car and accidentally released the emergency brake. The vehicle was found down the road, full of bear hair and broken glass. This thing should be expected…