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Thread: Another stolen car alert

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    Default Another stolen car alert

    ...this one stolen in Shaughnessy

    http://www.kijiji.ca/v-classic-cars/...era/1240941890

    Date Listed 20-Feb-17
    Price $5,000.00
    Address Shaughnessy, AB T0K2A0

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    Make Buick
    Model Riviera
    For Sale By Owner
    Year 1952
    Kilometers 1
    Someone stole my 1952 Buick Riviera this weekend Feb 18/17 from 828 Acadia Dr. Calgary. It was in grey primer and would have been towed away. This one is not easy to hide, as it is chopped 2.5”, handles shaved, 51 Merc rear window, custom rolled rear, frenched and not original tail lights and head lights, custom split rear bumper, custom front. The car sits on an 82 caddy chassis with a 455. I will pay anyone that helps with the return of my car and information for the scum that had anything to do with the theft of my car…..$5000. I can be trusted, not like the one that had anything to do with stealing my car. It was claimed that my seats went to an interior guy in Calgary, the attached picture is work that he has done. I am not after him, but the claim is that my 82 Caddy electric seats went to him for reupholstry and half of the money was paid to him. The interior guy is not in trouble but may have information. This may help with the recovery of my car…..please help me. Anyone that decides to use a backyard experienced body man to save $$$$$, give me a call and I will change their mind…..tough lesson. Please share this information and help me get my dream car back. For the scumbag, Karma or I will get you. 4033321236








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    from this thread on canadianrodder, sounds like car was found, but incomplete.....

    http://www.canadianrodder.com/forum/...ad.php?t=21145

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    Something doesn't add up with this story, there's a body guy and an upholstery guy involved and I don't think an 82 caddy chassis would have much appeal to anyone.

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