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PostPosted: Wed Oct 29, 2008 5:58 pm 
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Je vous fais part d'une alerte vol:

Mr. Paul Sac s'est fait dérober son coupé Bugatti Type 57 Ventoux dans la nuit de lundi 27 à mardi 28 octobre 2008 dans son garage à Grayssas en Lot-et-Garonne.

Immatriculation 3820 BV 13, n° de chassis 57351.

En cas d'infos: contacter la gendarmerie de Puymirol 05 53 68 42 15.

FAIRE SUIVRE CETTE INFORMATION, SVP

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Can you translate in English as well? I will include the info on the frontpage as well.

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PostPosted: Fri Nov 07, 2008 12:29 pm 
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I'm just wondering whether there's been any new developments? I am as mystified as Stevehuckss396, why steal a Bugatti? Surely there are easier profits to be made by stealing modern upmarket cars? I truly hope this has nothing in common with Lord Brocket's little mishap.

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No news yet from France.

There is little else one can do to sell such a car, apart from beaking it up in parts, and sell those. But then, all parts are numbered, and filed off numbers will always be suspicious. So, almost impossible to sell, except to somebody with a private collection, that is never shown to the world.

So; in case the reader of this is the actual thief: Better to give up, leave the car in some place, and call the owner where to retrieve his car!


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PostPosted: Fri Nov 07, 2008 2:27 pm 
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Something else has just occurred to me; maybe the motive was personal. I vaguely recall a case of an Austin 7 Sport(?) being stolen from a lock-up in, I think London, and then cut into pieces. This was done out of pure spite and envy; the miscreant was eventually caught and tried but the car was destroyed. Let us pray this Bugatti was stolen purely because of greed, at least that way there is a good chance it will be found intact.

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