Jun 1, 2011 at 3:13 pm #39668
I’m writing you to pass along the word about a recently stolen very beloved Chevy Bel Air, in the hopes that my fellow classic car enthusiasts might assist us in keeping an eye out! Below you’ll find details and attached are a couple of photos. We’ve posted listings on a few stolen classics websites, but I thought putting the word out in the community might help too. Feel free to pass this information along to anyone and everyone!
The paint job on this car is unusual, with the cream in front and the teal behind and on the roof. The car belonged to my sister, who has owned it for 15 years. If you catch a glimpse of this stolen beauty don’t hesitate to call the number listed below!
Thank you so much.
1955, CHEVROLET, BEL AIR
LICENSE PLATE: HV704M
CREAM FRONT/METALLIC TEAL BACK
STOLEN FROM METERED PARKING SPOT ON GLENDALE BLVD. IN ATWATER VILLAGE. PARKED IN FRONT OF 3127 GLENDALE BLVD. STOLEN BETWEEN 2:30 PM AND 3:50 PM
DATE OF THEFT: 5-29-11
REPORTING AGENCY: LAPD/NOE
INCIDENT #: 11052900
REPORTING AGENCY CONTACT #: 213-485-2563
DESCRIPTION: TWO DOOR, NO POST, CREAM “ANTELOPE” FRONT, METALLIC TEAL BACK, WHITE WALLS, NO CHEVROLET DECALS EXCEPT SMALL WHITE AND SILVER ONES ON EITHER SIDE , HISTORICAL VEHICLE PLATES, TURQUOISE &
CREAM FABRIC “BAMBOO” UPHOLSTERY COVERED IN CLEAR PLASTIC, CAR MILAGRO ON THREAD HANGING FROM REAR VIEW MIRROR, AND VERY BEAUTIFUL.
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