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Willoughby Z

Stolen/missing 72 240 Attleboro MA

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I responded to the other post now see the listing you posted here that describes marks on the car. Hope they find it.

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I came across this while scanning craigslist,this guy lives 25 mins away from me. Sad! Hope they find it before its to late.

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A little more details can help. Note we will more than likely find parts if your going to get a car in good enough shape so engine pictures are very important.

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AJ- I, personally, don't have any more info than that which is contained in the Craig's list posting. The news of the theft came to me through a Facebook page and it sickened me in such a way that I reached out to CZCC, being the only way I felt I could help. Your point is well taken. Apparently, a CT club has taken up the cause to publicize this horrifying action. Perhaps that club may be of more assistance in working with the owners to provide more info/photos, etc.

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That makes since I've seen you post before and I didn't think the car fit your style but you never know. The rims will be a good thing to look for.

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This only underscores the usefulness of good antitheft features. If someone really wants to work hard at it, they can steal your car, no matter how well it's protected. Heck, they can drag it up onto a flat-bed tow truck, and then it's gone. However, if it's the usual kid wanting to steal it for a joy ride, some sort of defeat mechanism can save your car from destruction. The best defeat mechanism is something of your own design that you don't discuss with others, placed where you decide is appropriate, that doesn't look like a defeat mechanism, but rather an ordinary part of the car. There are also prepackaged defeat mechanisms on the market if you don't have the ability to design one yourself. However, if you have a car that a kid might enjoy stealing, you should definitely have SOME sort of protection!

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This sucks and I live 15 minutes from the Attleboro train station. This got my attention since it is so close to my home and my Z could be the sister to this white 72 Z. I guess I will think twice about parking my car anywhere and leaving it unattended for any length of time. Let's hope it is recovered before it becomes a shell.

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