Stolen Ford Model A Recovered
By Graham Kozak
We're happy to report that the 1930 Ford Model A roadster stolen two weeks ago has been located.
According to the Detroit Free Press, the car—which disappeared from the Henry Ford museum parking lot along with its travel trailer and Ford F-250 tow vehicle on June 26—was found in a Detroit industrial area earlier this week.
The Model A's California owner can breathe a bit easier knowing that his classic survived the heist unscathed. Unfortunately, his F-250 is still missing. The pickup is white on top and gold on the bottom, with a NASCAR sticker in the rear window and a NASCAR license-plate holder. The California plate number is 6P95641.
If you have any information on the F-250, call the Help Eliminate Auto Theft tip line at (800) 242-4328 or visit www.miheat.org.
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I grew up in Helena Mt, my neghbor was Tom Towe and they restored alot of old fords Model a's and t's and everything else for that matter I really miss seeing all of those old cars every day. And all in brand new condition. It was a true blessing.
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