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    Default stolen grey STI exec canberra

    Some sod has nicked our Sti exec from the driveway, my student son is very upset as it has his nice stereo in it

    PLease if any one sights a two tone silver /grey exec, glass roof blue velor interior slight park scrape lh rear guard and missing lh headlight protector
    non standard exhaust, auto,.non standard 14" mags REWARD 02 62488442

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    reg no YBE 74D nicked about midnight friday10 sept

    Please and thanks Alpine

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    Hi, sorry to hear about the car being nicked. Will put the word around for people to keep an eye out. Seems the "who's steal an old Peugeot" doesn't work afterall!?

    Cheers

    Jim

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    If it comes to Queensland, (I really hope that it doesn't) Someone will be getting a biff in the head!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.

    sorry to hear about the theft, hope that it is recovered un harmed.

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    Default stolen STI from ACT

    Thanks folks,
    meant to add the missing car has Dunlop (604) type mags
    hopefully it is sitting in a carpark waiting for us to find it!!

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    Default STI recovered

    Police found missing car no damage fortunately
    thanks for your support.
    colin

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    hmm... do we need a cars stolen forum like on other boards ?? i know this is only, the first thread i've seen of this nature on this board but still

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    Quote Originally Posted by alpine
    Police found missing car no damage fortunately
    thanks for your support.
    colin
    Phew - thats a relief.

    505s are not often pinched
    Exactly HOW did they open it & get it going?
    So many projects - so little time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 604 tragic
    Phew - thats a relief. 505s are not often pinched
    heh, this is true we leave ours ocasionally with the keys still in and the windows down, still nobody has really ever been intrested in it

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    Quote Originally Posted by orestes
    heh, this is true we leave ours ocasionally with the keys still in and the windows down, still nobody has really ever been intrested in it
    I am a fan of rotor removal

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shobbz
    I am a fan of rotor removal

    shobbz
    Mate - obviously you have never had a 505 sti / gti because taking the rotor button &/or dizzy cap out of one of those is very very difficult. Its a dirty sod of a job which looks sorta easy at first glance and goes on forever.

    I have just done a cap removal this evening and it sucks.
    So many projects - so little time.

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    Nice to see it recovered: I thought there were only 4 roads out of Canberra. When my dad was held up in the newsagent early one Sunday morning, the boys posted a car at each road and caught the offender on his way south very promptly.
    Seams like leaving a Pug anywhere is now becoming a thing of the past.
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