Appearantly someone tried to steal my car and failed

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joesregalproject

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Wow if someone failed to steal an 80s GM G Body they must be a really pathetic car thief, not to say that's a bad thing lol. Glad they didn't get your car.
 
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Clutch

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Wow if someone failed to steal an 80s GM G Body they must be a really pathetic car thief, not to say that's a bad thing lol. Glad they didn't get your car.
I agree it's only about 28 seconds with a slim Jim and a Flathead. I've repaired a lot of theft recovery
 

joesregalproject

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I agree it's only about 28 seconds with a slim Jim and a Flathead. I've repaired a lot of theft recovery

Yeah, If you can't steal a 30 year old car that doesn't have a coded chip key, or an alarm/immobilizer, and has only basic lock cylinders with old school lock pins, you've got no business stealing cars.

I've worked in a body shop for several years and I've got a collection of screwdriver ignition keys that were left in theft recovery vehicles that we've repaired.
 
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pontiacgp

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Yeah, If you can't steal a 30 year old car that doesn't have a coded chip key, or an alarm/immobilizer, and has only basic lock cylinders with old school lock pins, you've got no business stealing cars.

that is why I never got into that "profession".....:D
 

Clutch

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Apr 7, 2017
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Yeah, If you can't steal a 30 year old car that doesn't have a coded chip key, or an alarm/immobilizer, and has only basic lock cylinders with old school lock pins, you've got no business stealing cars.

I've worked in a body shop for several years and I've got a collection of screwdriver ignition keys that were left in theft recovery vehicles that we've repaired.
Me to
 

AxiumVlor

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Wow if someone failed to steal an 80s GM G Body they must be a really pathetic car thief, not to say that's a bad thing lol. Glad they didn't get your car.
I have a hidden kill switch wired and my hood doesnt pop with hood release intentionally kinda hard to see my wiring from the bottom...
 
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