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My Car Has Been Stolen! Pls Help, Keep Eyes Open

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My car has been stolen!!!! Pls help!!!


MAY 5 UPDATE for everyone.

My car was observed DRIVEN out from the garage around 3.30am Monday morning, May 3rd. It was driven out with the lights off.

Pls still keep eyes open for parts, or the car, as the police are gathering more information.



2002 Porsche 996TT, 2WD converted.

VIN: Last 6 digits: 685 229

White w silver/black interior.

Nurburgring sticker rear window.

Hankook stickers all over car.

COBB Tuning windshield banner.

City Tire sticker on windshield and front lip.

GT2 body kit with black wicker on rear wing (very unusual).

GMG roll cage.

Rotec carbon fiber seats, 6-point harness.



Chassis: KW V3 w Swift Springs, GT2&GT3 Cup arms, Eibach swaybars, Hankook RS2/RS3.

Drivetrain: 2WD, Carbonetic LSD, Afterhours exhaust, custom flash (+58 hp on rear wheels)

Misc: GT2 aero, ROTtech carbon seats. AE Performance white wrap


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How was it stolen? Was it in your gararge or a storage place? Seems kind of unusual to steal a race car.. Much harder to hide the parts. Man that really s#@ks. I'm in the Pasadena area and l'll let the community know that your car has been nabbed.

It's insured right??

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Thanks guys!

Some idiot probably thought it was a great steal until they realize every custom part is marked, and hot, and everyone is on the lookout for those parts, that it's a well known Redline Time Attack racecar.

Car is white with silver under (u can see it at door sills and mirrors and interior is silver w silver/black.

Whatever happens, chopped or found or gone overseas I can never get the 250 hours of my own hand work back, that I spent tailoring this car to my exact taste and perfection for roadcourse racing.

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Just a bump, car not found yet.

It's silver under the white wrap.

Update: My car was observed DRIVEN out from the garage around 3.30am Monday morning, May 3rd. It was driven out with the lights off.

Pls still keep eyes open for parts, or the car, as the police are gathering more information.

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Pls keep looking, the police are getting closer and are greatly helped if we keep forcing the thieves to sit on the parts from the car (if we = the community block the thieves from trying to sell anything).

Thanks soo much for your support!!

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  • 2 weeks later...


I have spotted a white heavily stripped Porsche by a friends house in Los Angeles. I sure hope its not yours. Given the bad location I rather not stop to look at the VIN.

Exit the 10 Freeway (West) on Arlington, make a Left (heading South), make a Right on Mont Clair, you'll find the car on south side of Montclair before 7th Ave.

Best of luck.

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  • 3 weeks later...

Aw that is terrible mate. Here's hoping the fleas from a thousand camels infect their nether regions. Seriously though, this makes my blood boil. You worked for this dream and some deviant lifts it and will probably try to sell it back to you too. That's why I stay where I do. Good luck finding it.

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  • 6 months later...

Hey all, it seems the swine who stole my car may have started to part out, either just the mods or also rest of the car. More than likely if they started stripping the car will be totally stripped so look also for interior etc.

Some parts have turned up that fit what I had all too well.

Keep eyes open!

GMG cage

KW coilovers w blue swift springs

Rotec seats, alcantara/leather with silver stichting

Schroth belts

Eibach Racing swaybars

Custom exhaust (Afterhours with small cans and race cats)

GT2 intercoolers (have sharipe text on them saying a 996 part number)

GT2 wheels w or w/out Hankook rubber.

A whole car with fishy story, or OE parts with fishy story.

Black interior with silver accents/center console.

Bose subwoofer. PCM1 headunit.

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